Fit And Sober program

We offer classes with no cost or obligation to introduce you to our programs.
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Disclaimer

This is in no way affiliated with AA or any other recovery program. This is not an
alternative to any 12 step program. It is a means for people in recovery to enhance their physical
fitness.

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What is our Fit And Sober progrm?

Fit n Sober is a class offered to anyone with desire to stop drinking or using. Using fitness as a means to
aid in recovery is not a new concept. Creating routine in recovery is very important. As a commitment
and regular meeting attendance is a great way of staying connected, when we further add a fitness
regime we nurture ourselves that much more.

Why Join Fit And Sober?

To provide those in recovery a place where they can connect the physical to the spiritual. We know
that spiritual conditioning is crucial to sobriety but we don’t always consider how our physical condition
directly relates. We work the body, mind and spirit. We use CrossFit as our methodology for physical
improvement, Krav Maga Self-Defense to claim personal space, use our voice and protect ourselves, and
Yoga to quiet our minds and deepen our spiritual connection.

Expectations of Fit N Sober

You can expect a hard workout performed by a group of like-minded people. The fellowship extends to
this facility for specific time slots. This isn’t a structured meeting although it’s become a meeting when
two alcoholics or addicts talk. We work with any physical limitation, and our workouts are infinitely
scalable to anyone. There is no baseline level needed to start, we work with everyone.

How to Get Started

We offer free trial classes to introduce you to our programs. If you wish to continue we will work within
your budget to support you on this. We’d love to be stewards to you on this journey however, there is
no obligation to join.

What our Members Have To Say!

“I walked in wearing a full kafo on my right leg from it being paralyzed with a knee replacement for 8 years. Thanks to the amazing coaches I am now able to walk without a brace and getting ready to run my 1st 5K. The staff will do anything they can to help you and it’s one big family. Everyone is supportive and helpful. You will make friends for life.”

Jessica Blechar

“I have never been in a gym or been an athlete before I came here. Infinite Fitness and the coaches have transformed me into a “CrossFit mom”. Since I’ve joined, I can do pull-ups, toes to bar, and lift weights that I never thought I could. I can do all of this because of Chris, Michelle, and Ryannon. There is always a coach looking out to make sure you are lifting with correct form or making sure you put enough weight on your bar to challenge yourself. They know me more than I know myself.”

Calliana Kim

“Simply put, it’s home away from home. Great environment to be in no matter what the day holds. There’s nothing better than doing a workout and forgetting it’s a workout because of how much fun one is having. Not many things are better than getting in better shape, learning to defend yourself to make it home safe, and having a smile on your face for a few hours.”

Johan Witto

World-Class Fitness in 100 Words

“Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. Practice and train major lifts: deadlift, clean, squat, presses, clean and jerk, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climbs, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports.”

Greg Glassman, CrossFit CEO and Founder

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(862) 437-1777

info@infinitefitnessandhealth.com

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