Like all sports, skiing requires good training to reduce the risk of injury.~
So before you start a ski session, you have to warm up the whole body. Skiing requires many parts of the body: knees, thighs, hips, hands, arms, neck, and so on. So, warm-up should not be overlooked and is necessary to avoid injuries and accidents, which are unfortunately too frequent during the winter.~
Also, after your ski session, remember to stretch your muscles, to avoid body aches and potential cramps. So stretch your thighs, your calves, relax your back. You can also think about massaging the muscles that were used the most during your ski session : you will recover much better that way.~
Ideally, after a long ski session, the best is to eat healthy and to go to bed early, in order to be ready for an other session the following day or few days after.