World-Class Skeleton Racer Becca Sorensen Trusts Her Health to USANA

Written by on November 16, 2009 in 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, Olympics with 0 Comments

It’s not every day you get to meet an Olympic hopeful. Actually, around USANA it happens more than you might think, considering quite a few world-class athletes trust their health to our top-rated nutritionals.

But it’s still incredibly exciting when an athlete stops by for a visit. One of USANA’s newest sponsored athletes, USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation team member Becca Sorensen, toured the Home Office last Friday.

She kindly took some time to share a few thoughts with What’s Up, USANA? viewers. In the video below, Becca explains how she learned about USANA. She definitely understands the importance of proper nutrition, especially as she competes in demanding World Cup races and continues to train for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.

“I came to know about USANA from other athletes living at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.,” Becca says. “After doing my homework on the company and hearing all the great feedback from athletes, I wanted to try USANA for myself.”

She says USANA helped her in her quest to make her first World Cup team. “My sport of skeleton demands your ‘A Game’ while going over 135 km/h just inches off the ice,” Becca says. “USANA has ensured that I am at my very best, both on and off the track!”

We’re happy to have Becca join our team of world-class athletes who trust their health to USANA.


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Tim Haran

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About the Author: Tim oversees operations of USANA’s award-winning social media department, focusing on increasing community engagement and working to ensure the company’s social media efforts are in line with overall corporate objectives. He is a former sports journalist and current Cubs fan. .


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