Customized Exercise Programming - Prostate Cancer Jim received a referral for a client with prostate cancer. He’s been a Cancer Exercise Specialist for a little over a year, but this is his first client with prostate cancer. He asked if he could hire me to help him with…Continue Reading→
Working Through Cancer: Exercise as Part of Recovery
From NASM's American Fitness Magazine - written by Laura Quaglio - July 23, 2019 Cancer is serious business. It is second only to heart disease as Americans’ leading cause of death, and more than 1.7 million new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed this year. Of…Continue Reading→
Customized Exercise Programming for Multiple Myeloma Patient
This case study follows techniques from Modules 1-4 in the Cancer Exercise Specialist Advanced Qualification course. Check out the course curriculum here. Tom received a referral for a client with stage II Multiple Myeloma (MM). He's been a Cancer Exercise Specialist for a little over two years, but has…Continue Reading→
What is Custom Exercise Programming and How Can It Help You?
We have had many Cancer Exercise Specialists, as well as those aspiring to be, ask questions regarding exercise programming for their clients. When you began to read your CES Modules you were probably overwhelmed by the amount of information being presented to you. Putting the pieces together in…Continue Reading→
Fitness is the Way To Life: My Thoughts on Auto-Immune System and Chronic Illness Exercise Training
Leonard Framson Written By: Leonard M. Framson, PT, MFS, CSST, CSCI, YFS, YFT, CFNC I have been in the rehab and fitness field for 36 years now professionally, and it is hard to believe. Time has flown by. I have had my ups and downs with health and…Continue Reading→
Should Cancer Training Be a Part of Your Business?
Should Cancer Training Be A Part of Your Business? I hope to convince you that it should! - by Andrea Leonard According to estimates from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), in 2018 there were 17.0 million new cancer cases and 9.5 million cancer deaths worldwide.…Continue Reading→