Imagine yourself gliding through the snow, skis bonded firmly to your feet and snowflakes flying wistfully through the air. Skiing is the same for all of us. Though perhaps ‘us’ encapsulates the brave, the dedicated, and at times, the outright loopy. Freezing temperatures, treacherous terrain and the penchant for a cheeky tipple before the final
Arnie Wilson talks to Chris Haworth, ‘Ski and Board’ magazine’s fitness editor, who’s come up with a fascinating argument for getting more pleasure from skiing on the piste. It may not sound as cool – but just think about it! This is one of Tommy Cooper’s (remember him?) daft jokes: “I went to the doctor
Ellis Brigham have a great reputation in the industry due to their fantastic heritage. Over the last 75 years, much like Inghams, they have grown to become one of the leading specialists in the field. We met up with Dave Whitlow from Ellis Brigham to discuss the types of jackets we’re seeing on the market
Cosmopolitan’s fitness columnist Niko Algieri has revealed some of the fitness benefits of our favourite sport. Not only do you burn lots of calories whilst skiing but you also tone a variety of core and leg muscles. Niko suggests one way to motivate yourself to lose weight and tone up is to have a target
Inghams recently interviewed Phil Gordon, the equipment buyer at Snow+Rock, to get his opinion about the progression of skis and how technology has changed skis in more recent years. With the winter season fast approaching, we’re intrigued to learn more about the different types of skis we will be seeing on the slopes this season.