Cold temperatures, blowing winds and tons of snow do nothing to inspire activity, and can even sap what little energy you do have. Most people go into hibernation mode in the winter months, preferring to stay snuggled on the couch instead of venturing out.

But inactivity during the winter months can contribute to seasonal depression which can last long after the snow has melted. Keeping your energy up is a good way to ward off these feelings and maintain your overall health.

So how can you keep your energy up in the winter?