A lifestyle plan that integrates nutrition, exercise, and spiritual practices into the proven method of twelve-step recovery
Personal trainer and sports nutritionist Tom Shanahan outlines a program of action to energize, reboot, and strengthen one's recovery, especially those who feel they may have hit a wall in their program. Spiritual Adrenaline imparts the importance of a holistic approach to fitness, good eating habits, and connection to a personal higher power. Shanahan delivers engaging, instructive, and thoughtful meditations that provide positive coping mechanisms to help readers optimize the guiding principles of the Twelve Steps and reinforce relapse prevention.
Author: Tom Shanahan
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.10d
Publishers Weekly 03/18/2019
About the Author
Tom Shanahan is a personal trainer, weight management and sports nutrition consultant with certifications from the American Aerobics Association International and the International Sports Medicine Association. He is also certified as a health coach by the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York and as a meeting facilitator for Yoga of Twelve-Step Recovery (Y12SR). For the last two decades, Tom has served in government as well as a private sector attorney specializing in civil rights litigation, serving as an advisor to New York City Mayor David N. Dinkins, Public Advocate Mark Green, and as a high-level policy advisor to two New York State Governors. As an attorney, Tom was among the early pioneers to litigate transgender rights cases. He was the first to take a transgender civil rights case to a successful jury verdict in federal court. He has been an outspoken advocate for the rights of parents in custody litigation and has specialized in working with victims of domestic violence involved in custody litigation. He has numerous precedent setting cases in the areas of LGBT rights, child custody and public policy. In addition to his client work, Tom organizes a pro bono community legal clinic to provide free legal services to the residents of the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood in Manhattan.