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The best shape ever – committing to healthy living in retirement

Most people think retirement is a time to slow down, take it easy, and enjoy the good life.  Not Chuck Allen who is a retired Game Warden and not a lot of the clients that we work with at Wilcox Wellness & Fitness.  We love seeing people ramp up their commitment to healthy living in […]

Holiday Treats

Happy Holidays!  It is the most wonderful time of the year!  This is a time of getting together with friends and family, reflecting on the past year, and counting the blessings in our life.  I love this time of year!  This is also the time of year when there are a lot of delicious temptations […]

These are a few of our favorite things…

For this post, I asked our trainer team to help me pull together a list of our favorite things that make healthy living just a little bit easier, nicer, and more enjoyable.  We are channeling our inner Oprah just in time for the holidays.  Here are a few of our favorite things…. Smoothies Smoothies are […]

Get Active – Habits for Massive Impact

Life is just so busy.  It is difficult to prioritize our health and fitness when we have so many other responsibilities in both our professional and personal lives. Making the commitment to carve time out for our health and fitness has an incredible ROI and builds leverage in so many other aspects of our lives.  […]

Whole Foods Only – Habits for Massive Impact

Great nutrition is the foundation for great results.  Navigating this world of diets, nutrition and healthy living is difficult, confusing, and downright frustrating.  Some people argue for a Paleo Lifestyle others are Gluten Free.  At Wilcox Wellness & Fitness, we believe that food is given to us the way nature intended us to enjoy it.  […]

Habits for Massive Impact

As soon as I was asked to write for BDN Blogs, I knew this post is exactly how I would get started.  Gretchen Ruben is an author who studies habits and happiness, in her recent book, Better than Before, she writes, “Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life.  We repeat about 40 percent of […]