The early stages of recovery are challenging. Small details are very important. In recovery, only one thing needs to change: everything. Experiencing life from a sober-perspective can be frightening at first, but building a solid foundation can mean the difference between relapse and long-term recovery. There are many ways to stay sober, but the basic […]
Today I challenge you to get outside and use your fitness. We’ve completed 20 workouts. If you’re just getting started, this is the perfect guide.
Today’s workout is something that you can use to measure how far you have come mentally and physically. Try this workout again every few months.
Circuit training is a great way to test your mental grit! Quiet the voice in your head that tells you to quit and move at a pace that challenges you.
EMDR and Tai Chi have helped me overcome insomnia, addiction, and trauma. The goal of EMDR is to reduce the long lasting effects of distressing memories.
I’m Trevor, the personal trainer at Morningside Recovery. Today we will be doing Active Rest Sets in between back squats, weighted lunges, and deadlifts.
Active rest between exercises is a great way to keep your heart rate up during the entire workout, and allow you to do more work in less time.
I always believed something was broken in me. I discovered that I am dealing with PTSD due to something that happened that I never dealt with 25 years ago.
Today we will be working on arms and core stability. You will learn Skull Crushers, Hollow Holds and Superman Holds. Every workout is a learning experience.
The full-body functional movements in this workout are a good way to challenge yourself. I will show you how to do Dumbbell Thrusters, Single-Arm Lateral Raises, and Wall Balls.