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Ski lodge with metronaps!

 

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I think every lodge at a night-skiing area should have these.

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Ski lodge with metronaps!

 

metroNap_236x236.jpg

 

I think every lodge at a night-skiing area should have these.



Before I opened the thread I put the cursor over the link and saw "Ski lodge with metronaps!"  I opened it because I was trying to figure out what a Metron Aps (application) would be.  duck.gif   Guess I like my Metrons more than I thought.

 

 

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What, you still have a pair?   They haven't been traded  to a starving telemarker for a buddhist scroll or something?

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   Guess I like my Metrons more than I thought.

 

 



 

Imagine being able to hit the fresh in the morning, make the lateral to some late morning bumps, then having a nice 45 min nap during the lunch hour rush before going back out again.     We have tanning salons; I can easily see these set up as a nap salon.   Maybe as a perk for season passers.

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I'd like one of those things in my office. But at a ski resort? No way. That's what the coffee shop is for.

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Google two-a-day workouts and see how many trainers advocate having a  nap in between.

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Google two-a-day workouts and see how many trainers advocate having a  nap in between.



Skiing is not really training, now is it?

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Funny....I go to ski.

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Skiing is not really training, now is it?


Rather depends on one's intensity and one's goals, no?

 

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Rather depends on one's intensity and one's goals, no?

 

Well, without doing any extensive research, I'd comfortably say that most skiers are out for recreation, not training or racing. And since you pay for a lift ticket and get a limited number of days on the mountain, I don't see much of a draw in taking a nap in the middle of your ski day. Heck, I stopped taking lunch breaks a long time ago (big breakfast + big dinner OR pocket sandwich eaten on the lift = more time on the mountain).

 

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Totally agree with JoeUT, you are there to ski and its not cheap either so want to spend as much time on the snow as possible.  hahaha i get the pocket sandwich always ends up as a ball of bred and whatever you have in it.

 

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Google two-a-day workouts and see how many trainers advocate having a  nap in between.



That's how I approach scuba diving trips...dive, eat, nap, repeat.

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Days are for skiing.  Nights are for sleeping.  But, to each their own I guess.

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Days are for skiing.  Nights are for sleeping.  But, to each their own I guess.

When you are in the midwest nights are skiing too...especially after work.
 

 

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Totally agree with JoeUT, you are there to ski and its not cheap either so want to spend as much time on the snow as possible.  hahaha i get the pocket sandwich always ends up as a ball of bred and whatever you have in it.

 

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LOL, mine usually ends up looking like a football. Makes it quicker to eat--kinda like a mini-hoagie.

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Days are for skiing.  Nights are for sleeping.  But, to each their own I guess.



Some of my best pow days, have been nights.

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