About

Hakuba Mountaincross is a fitness gym designed for cross training to improve your performance in the mountains and reach your goals. In the green season, our 60 minute group classes mix up HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), Weight Lifting, and Cardio Training, indoors and out in the open air. The variety of exercises will keep you stay motivated and improve your athletic capacity. We only accept up to 6 people per class so the coaches can carefully tend to the needs of each athlete. In the winter season we offer personal and group training sessions.

Outdoor Training

We will periodically have outdoor sport days where all members are free to join. These will include hikes, trail running, bike rides, rock climbing, lake SUPing, cross country skiing, and so much more. Join our mailing list or follow our facebook page for updates.

白馬マウンテンクロスは何歳になっても山スポーツを続けられる様な体作り、体力向上を目的とする屋内ジムです。クラスは6人までの少人数制で、コーチが細かく動きを指導します。クラスはウォーミングアップからクールダウンまで60分。米国で大人気のHIIT(高強度インターバルトレーニング)、重量挙げ、有酸素運動を取り入れたクロストレーニングで、短時間で効果的に全身を鍛えられます。

アウトドアトレーニング

白馬マウンテンクロスではジムでの成果を試すために、定期的にアウトドアトレーニングを行います。登山、SUP、トレラン、マウンテンバイクライド、ロッククライミング、クロスカントリースキー等を計画します。会員の方のレベルに合った目標設定のお手伝いをします。メニューはスケジュールにて確認して下さい。

*アウトドアトレーニングの日にはクラスは行われませんが、オープンジムでご自身でトレーニングできます。

Meet our Coaches

Sayaka:

 

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Crossfit level 1 coach, Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified, Adult and Pediatric CPR, AED, First Aid Certified. Has been awarded several medals in trail run races across Japan and participated in the Crossfit Asia Regionals as a team member. Favorite mountain sports include backcountry skiing and trail running.

“Being a parent, I know that it is not always easy to go out for a day long hike up the mountain or go backcountry skiing. But it is important to keep up your athletic capacity for the mountain sports you love. My goal is to help you train effectively so you can keep having fun outdoors, no matter what age you are.“

Ian:

B.S. in Nutrition. NCAA Div 1 Track & Field.

Ian has snowboarded most of the 3000m+ peaks in Japan including all of those in the Northern Alps and the big volcanoes (the Southern Alps remains a challenge!), about 75 of Japan’s 100 famous peaks, most of the easy rock routes at Ogawayama, raced XC and DH mountain bikes, and is an average kayaker, paraglider, and guitarist.  He is a firm proponent of Yvon Chouinard’s 90% rule (getting 100% good at something takes way too much effort) and an avid seeker of Type III fun.

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