I EMPOWER.   ADDICTS -national record holder etc.... Check out brandon brazer bio 

Eat Train Recover Was Created for A Reason. The idea of creating Eat Train Recover started  5 Years ago after being hired as a Health and Fitness coach by a Men’s Structured Sober Living facility  (Recovery Ranch ) in my hometown of beautiful Santa Ynez, California. I have had the privilege of being the Private Fitness & Wellness Coach during and after their recovery for hundreds of men and youth in this program and have seen first-hand the life-changing results that this program has had on all of their lives as well as their families!

As I have had the privilege of working in a long-term, live-in treatment program, the residents that were in the program were there for more than 200-400 days and sometimes years, and as a result, I get the chance to see them continually improve physically and mentally throughout their stay and it has been a blessing to get to be part of their Recovery Journey.


It is the most fulfilling job I have ever had in my life. It’s been amazing to watch those checking into the program as an alcoholic, overweight and unhealthy overall, and leaving the place 50lbs leaner, or coming in underweight recovering from a drug addiction and gaining at least 40lbs of solid muscle, leaving the place fit, strong, healthy and most-importantly sober.

Seeing them not even able lift a 10lb's and walking out of the program doing 40lbs of dumbbelll curls was very inspiring to me. 

After witnessing this over and over again, I knew that I was changing someone’s son, husband, father, or brother’s life and making an impact in this world. All the changes I have witnessed proved to me that exercising properly while in Recovery is one of the most important things that you can give it to yourself. Paired with proper nutrition to heal and strengthens the body and mind, the immediate and long-term results speak for themselves

Each of these workout programs and nutrition plans are simple to follow and require little to no equipment. I will guide you through the workouts with a schedule to follow, videos, workout and nutrition logs and daily journals, to keep you going and on track for results! The fitness programs are designed to work with the beginner to the advanced athletes and will focus on mind-body health, mental focus, pain recovery, functional strength, muscle building, core strength & stability, flexibility, and most-importantly recovery.

Hi Guy’s I am Gokhan Filiz I am a California Santa Barbara based Health and Fitness Coach promoting Drug -Free Sober lifestyle by incorporating Fitness & Nutrition to your recovery journey. 


The aim of my lifestyle and philosophy is to enable all the drug and alcohol addicts around the world to reach their Health and Fitness goals while maintaining their sobriety. 



As a  child after watching Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games i and seeing all those athletes running fast and jumping that high and far  I was hooked and I knew that that's what I wanted focus on my time and energy . 


 I wanted to be an athlete very badly  after deciding what i wanted to do with my life within 2 years I was a national record holder and  I was the fastest runner on my age category and I received a full Athletic Scholarship from Northern Arizona University and received my Business Degree


I thought I was on top of the world and no one I mean no one could  pull me down. (Except My Self ) 


After graduating from college 


My weekends became a cycle of partying, smoking and eating whatever junk food I could get my hands on.


I had a personal addiction with weed and double cheese burgers, I was constantly tired, lethargic and unmotivated. Before I knew it I had put on 55 lb’s couldn’t even tie my shoe without breaking a sweat.

yeah I became that guy I was in a deep dark hole and I realized that this would happen to anyone I mean anyone.


Addiction does not discriminate 


I decided it was time for a change.

I didn’t want to feel this way anymore. I had to get sober and get back into shape that I was in BUT the only way to get sober was to completely abstain myself from smoking, drinking and doing any kind of drugs. 


I spent six years experimenting with different  routines, philosophies and workouts  to not only gain a better understanding into the fitness world, but more importantly, determine what worked best for the body and an addict mind. 




Stay true to yourself, listen to your body and make adjustments wherever you feel necessary. 


The most important aspect to this  program is simple: Get active and get moving AND STAY SOBER