Sobriety WOD Classes
What Makes it Work?
It is no secret that functional fitness and healthy nutrition can have a dramatic impact on one’s physical condition and health. It is also no secret that many people seem to gain some kind of nonphysical adaptations in other areas of their lives which serve to bolster their progress and strengthen their commitment to an enduring, healthy life style. These non-physical beneﬁts include elevated self-esteem and conﬁdence, renewed mental clarity and energy, and reduced depression and anxiety. It turns out that these non physical adaptations are also the goals of addiction recovery programs. Ultimately both approaches seek to facilitate a healthier state of mind and body that is free of destructive behaviors and habits.
Both the functional fitness and the recovery communities have remarkable similarities:
- Tight-knit communities comprised of people who want to see you succeed
- A one-day-at-a-time philosophy
- A program laid out for you to apply and follow to the best of YOUR ability as you become stronger and healthier
- Trainers/Sponsors committed to sharing their knowledge and experience with you for your benefit
- A focus on the restoration of things our former lifestyle has taken from us.
…. the list goes on.