Healthy Hibernating

During the winter, it is common for many people to hibernate due to weather constraints, fatigue, and holiday aftermath. Having a Healthy Hibernation approach makes better use of your time rather than just becoming a lump on a log. During this time, people often lose perspective on what to do during winter, and that is why we are here to give you a few tips to have a Healthy Hibernation. Let’s make the most of your hibernating time to make it as healthy as possible for you so you are able to do what you want to do when spring arrives! First, it is important during this time to remember to exercise! Focus on exercises that improve or maintain your flexibility, range of motion, and cardiovascular well-being. Remember to maintain good posture while you may be less active! Good posture helps make breathing easier, which improves your circulation. During this period of Healthy Hibernation, remember it is not a free pass to eat low-quality food. Remember to focus on eating a well-balanced diet, drinking the appropriate amount of water, and avoiding foods that will make you gain weight during periods of decreased physical activity. During this period of time, it is important to remember what activities you want to be a part of when spring arrives and start training for those specific activities.

While you are enjoying this Healthy Hibernation, consider the spring activities you are interested in doing. Use your Healthy Hibernation time wisely so you can enjoy all of your fun spring activities. If you have any questions about these tips or have other questions on how to have a Healthy Hibernation, contact us today!