Managing holiday stress can be a challenge. When life gets hectic, one of the first things to drop off our to-do lists is our self-care routine, which is ironic, since taking a little time for yourself each day will help you do everything else better.
Did you know that there’s actually a phenomenon called the “Helper’s High,” which is similar to a runner’s high? It means that giving gifts is actually good for your health!
If stress is making you tired, bloated, and frazzled, it’s time to take back control! Learn how to unlock your body’s power to feel better – and get even better results from your fitness/nutrition! – in just a few minutes a day.
Exercising outside has so many benefits. We asked Matt to tell us about his favorite outdoor activities and what he’s added to his bucket list. It’s not just a young man’s game!
Cortisol is no joke when it comes to health and it’s a super important part of your self-care and dealing with stress. The most important thing to know is that you’re not a victim of stress – you CAN take control back! Take a look at our UNPLUG Guide to find out how.
Wilcox Wellness & Fitness is under development to open a second location in Brunswick, Maine.
Water is critical to the transportation of nutrients, hormones, and chemical messages throughout our bodies. Our bodies utilize two main processes, called hydrolysis and osmosis, to support life.
The focus this week is on alkalization. Our goal should be to have a balanced, slightly alkaline pH for greater health. Some more common ailments associated with too acidic of a pH include acne, joint pain, sleep problems, premature aging, slow digestion and weight gain.
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.
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.