Life is just so busy. We are pulled in so many different directions. We have commitments at work, with our families, and in the community. Taking care of ourselves and committing to healthy living falls to the bottom of the list.
This works OK for a period of time. Eventually, it will catch up with us and being all things to all people leaves us feeling depleted and drained at the end of the day.
In order to be at our best for the people who rely on us, we need to commit first to taking care of ourselves. ‘You need to put your oxygen mask on first.’
See how a busy mom of 5 committed to healthy living and made massive impact on her life.
Positive self-talk can have massive impact on our lives, our confidence, the way we feel and our overall well-being.
Healthy eating on the run is challenging, but not impossible!
As a follow up to last week’s article, What your trainer wants you to know, I thought I would introduce you to a few of our trainers at Wilcox Wellness & Fitness. Katie Norwood has just been promoted to a senior trainer. Katie encourage everyone to make their training session… ‘the best part of the […]
In my role at Wilcox Wellness & Fitness I talk to prospective clients daily about committing to a healthy lifestyle. People have so many ideas of what trainers do, what trainers think, and what it is like to be a part of a fitness facility. It takes a lot of guts to walk in the […]
This week we are launching a ReFocus Program for our current clients. This program is designed to help our clients take their health and fitness to the next level and refocus to kick 2017 off with a bang. One of the topics that we are addressing in our program is the potential hazards and toxins […]
Yesterday, my husband, Mike and I had the opportunity to go on Good Morning Maine to chat with the hosts about setting goals and sticking to them in the new year. We had an absolute blast being in the studio with Blake Lipton and Alexa Farrell. The two are great hosts and made us feel […]
New Year’s is often the time when people celebrate new beginnings and are setting fresh goals and plans for the year ahead. 8% of people who will set goals or resolutions for the new year will achieve those goals. What is the difference between those who stick with their new years resolutions and the […]
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 […]