Our trainer team has expanded and we are so excited to welcome Nash Roy to our trainer team at Wilcox Wellness & Fitness. Nash is super nice and is very excited to help our clients live a healthy lifestyle.
His WHY is super personal – he knows what it feels like to be overweight and what happens when you commit to healthy living.
life is like riding a bike – to keep your balance you need to keep moving.
This has been my first week back to work after being home with our beautiful new baby girl. I am so happy to be seeing all of our clients again, talking with adults, and showering more frequently(ish). And I am very excited to get working on all of the projects that I dreamed up during my time off.
But… this transition has not been an easy one.
Sometimes you need a major life event to evaluate what is important in life. Sometimes you need to force yourself to sit down and think about what is truly important, most critical, and needs your undivided attention.
It gets a little personal here #pushingcomfortzones read on…
I’m always looking for quick and easy weeknight dinners that my family will LOVE. This dinner was certainly a winner for us!
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.
When it comes to working out, there is a fine line between working too hard and not hard enough to achieve amazing results. We’ll teach you the importance of knowing when to push and when to rest.
Having a hard time getting to the gym on these snowy cold days? Feeling like you are in a bit of a rut with your workouts (or GULP – lack thereof workouts)? Give this Pump Up the Jam workout a GO. Pro Tip: pull the shades and let it rip!
2017 was a great year – here is our year in review