Fitness-Based Treatment of Addiction Recovery Students Name Institutional Affiliation Fitness-Based Treatment of Addiction RecoveryThe physical conditions of people suffering from addiction can grow worse dramatically. For the majority their sole focus is on procuring the substance to which they are psychologically dependent on. Unfortunately resources that may be used to pay rent or buy meals are misused to purchase alcohol and drugs. When these individuals seek assistance to cure their addiction it is essential that they attempt to return to a condition of physical fitness as a part of the process of recovery. Engaging in proper physical exercises promote self-efficacy and psychological fitness among other feelings well-being and enhance meditation process. References Brown R. A. Abrantes A. M. Read J. P. Marcus B. H. Jakicic J. Strong D. R. … & Dubreuil M. E. (2009). Aerobic exercise for alcohol recovery: rationale program description and preliminary findings. Behavior modification 33(2) 220-249. Linke S. E. & Ussher M. (2015). Exercise-based treatments for substance use disorders: evidence theory and practicality. The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 41(1) 7-15. Weinstock J. Farney M. R. Elrod N. M. Henderson C. E. & Weiss E. P. (2017). Exercise as an Adjunctive Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: Rationale and Intervention Description. Journal of substance abuse treatment 72 40-47.
AREA OF INTEREST: Fitness as a component of addiction recovery.
For this assignment, begin by exploring the library for scholarly articles on your area of interest. Then, identify two studies that you think might inform a line of research. Once you have identified two studies, carefully probe the studies to determine if there are any potential lines of research that the authors indicate require follow up or, based on what you have read in these papers, suggest potential lines of research.
For each of the two studies you have selected, address the following:
Explain what line of research this paper is following.
Recommend potential lines of research that you could examine based on your readings of the paper.
Length: 2-4 pages, not including title and reference pages
Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.