The holidays are over, the days are short, and sweaters are your new best friend. Winter has definitely arrived, at least it has for most of us. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t brave the great outdoors.
There are plenty of fun and energetic outdoor activities you can do to keep your body healthy, even in the dead of winter. You can
Go on walks or jogs
Ski, snowboard, or even go sledding
Build a snowman or igloo
Have an epic snowball fight
And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
With all these winter adventures on your horizon, it’s a great idea to check out these USANA supplements perfect to support your outdoor activities.
Beat Back the Sun with Celavive®
Sunlight can still damage your skin, regardless of how cold it is outside. In fact, because snow is great at reflecting UV rays, keeping your skin protected during winter activities might be even more important than during your summer ones.
That’s why using Celavive Protective Day Lotion or Protective Day Cream is crucial to enjoy your outdoor adventures without any of the unpleasant aftereffects.
Rain, snow, or shine—use it to keep your skin protected no matter where your journey takes you.
For some of us, the arrival of winter cold means the arrival of joint aches and pain. It can definitely be a downer to any outdoor activities.
Luckily, USANA MagneCal D helps support bone and muscle health during the winter months. This blend of magnesium and calcium is even fortified with vitamin D—a nutrient we miss out on throughout the short days of winter.
So, if a brisk walk or jog is on your calendar, make sure to pick up this supplement.
As cold weather abounds, a full-range of motion can seem out of your reach.
Good news for all you outdoor enthusiasts, Procosa from USANA focuses specifically on joint health. This groundbreaking formula combines glucosamine with USANA InCelligence® Technology to support healthy cartilage and optimal mobility.
Our joints already take a beating from exercise and activities, but during the winter you may feel it even more. Care for your cartilage to keep up your wintertime groove.
Whether you plan to speed down mountain slopes or just go on a cool, morning walk, you’ll do your body a whole lot of good by simply staying active during these typically inactive months. Stay warm, keep hydrated, and enjoy your winter adventures.