While exercising and stretching is good for your overall health, so is taking care of your mind and skin. Here are a few ways you can adopt a healthier routine this winter!
· Take hot showers-Nothing warms you up on a bitter, cold day like a hot shower before bed. The steam will open up your pores and make you feel fab. Just limit your shower length so you don’t dry out your skin.
· Rub your feet-Your heels will become coarse and dry throughout winter months. Massage them with a nut butter to stop cracking and keep them in tip top shape.
· Sleep More-Curl up in bed earlier so you get a better night’s sleep. You’ll have more energy to exercise in the morning.
· Enjoy a head massage-Your scalp gets very dry during cold winter months. Revive it with some peppermint infused oil and fall to sleep with ease!
Winter months can be dull and dark, but you can make it bright and cheerful by adopting a few healthy, pampering procedures! ... See MoreSee Less
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Does being trapped inside leave you feeling blue and blah? Why to take up a winter activity. There are many benefits of cross country skiing or snowshoeing.
Cross Country Skiing In just an hour, you can burn about 475 calories and get a full body work out. Think more toned arms and legs, a sculpted rear, and a fit core! You need to get some help when getting fitted for skis, and you need some basic accessories to get started-wool socks, waterproof outer layers, gaiters, boots, and a hat and gloves. Cross country skiing helps relax you, get you outdoors, and makes your body burn-but in a good way!
Snowshoeing In just an hour, you could potentially burn 510 calories. And, the best part? You literally take a walk in the woods! Working the bottom half of your form (think calves, rear, thighs, hips), you’ll notice a dramatic transformation if you adopt this activity into your fitness routine this winter, just a time or two a week. Until you get good, you can also carry ski poles to help you balance.
Winter? What’s not to love? Take advantage of all the workout options that are available to you in the great outdoors. ... See MoreSee Less