Fitness & Exercise

Woman and man doing jazzercise, sober

Exercise in Recovery: Why Should You?

You can fight it, but the experts agree: Exercise is good for your body, brain and overall recovery. Fear not — it's very easy to get started, and you might even have some fun. Here's how.

Dance, a hobby in addiction recovery

Do a Little Dance, Make a Little Art: Hobbying Your Way Toward Recovery

There’s a rec league MVP — or coffee-and-crosswords whiz — inside all of us. Try these activities to make friends, while away an afternoon and treat yourself to some fun.

Sober curious woman sitting on the beach with coffee

Are You ‘Sober Curious’? And What Does That Actually Mean?

Nonalcoholic drinks and mocktails are all the rage, especially among young people. Here's why — and how — you might try out sobriety and improve your well-being. All Sober’s Maeve O’Neill shares tips.

Man walking down a path toward the Cape of Rodon, Albania

One Step at a Time: Take a Walk, Take a Hike!

Among the best ways to relax, escape and ruminate in recovery, it requires just two legs, one hour and zero dollars. Here's our guide to getting going.

Ultra marathon runner Charlie Engle

Ultra Marathoner Charlie Engle Runs 30 Hours To Celebrate 30 Years of Sobriety

The long-distance legend set off on a very hot trot to raise funds and awareness for addiction research and recovery initiatives; All Sober joined him on Instagram Live.

Ultra-distance runner Charlie Engle

Roads to Recovery: Charlie Engle

He needed to get sober to survive; now he runs ultra marathons. Ultra-distance runner Charlie Engle shares his recovery journey.

Ultra marathoner Charlie Engle

How to Start a Running Routine, With Ultra-Distance Runner Charlie Engle

Never run before? No problem! Ultra runner Charlie Engle has some tips and tricks to get you started.

The Emotional Benefits of Exercise

The Emotional Benefits of Exercise

It’s true: Walking, biking, yoga and other physical activities really can decrease your stress and anxiety levels.

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