Oh, how I love my SlowCooker, let me count the ways… SlowCooker meals are a snap to prepare, the flavors come together so nicely in the pot, and dinner is ready when you walk in the door. What I love most about slow cooker meals is how little time they take to prepare. Not […]
One of the biggest challenges that face people who want to start a fitness program is insecurity. And who could blame them based on some of the stereotypical thoughts when it comes to what goes on at a fitness facility. Fighting through our fears is one of the biggest challenges in life. But when you fight through your fears you are rewarded with some of the best things life has to offer.
For those of you committed to a training program or an exercise plan, you may be doing everything you can to ensure you get results. Then a little injury pops up. You think, it’s not a big deal and it doesn’t keep you from working hard, so you push through, proving your dedication. Well, I am here to tell you that if you slow down when you are exercising you will allow your body to move as it is intended to, repair recurring injuries, and limit the opportunity for new injuries to happen.
2017 was a great year – here is our year in review
Our goal at Wilcox Wellness & Fitness is to keep everyone injury free and operating at their peak performance. Essentially, foam rolling is a form of self-myofascial release, or self-massage, that gets rid of adhesions in your muscles and connective tissues. Foam rolling increases blood flow to your muscles, allowing them to perform more naturally while helping with recovery and improving performance.
We are getting so excited to welcome our new baby girl into the world. I will be taking the next 12 weeks off, and will be leaving you in the very capable and caring hands of my husband, Mike Wilcox. Mike will be bringing you an awesome series over the next 12 weeks focused on getting your body in top physical shape.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are a time for celebration with family and friends. They’re also the time of year when many people find themselves “falling off the wagon” when it comes to healthy habits. This can lead to a lot of guilt and stress during a time that should be enjoyed and cherished.