Fitness Therapy for Cancer Program is a supportive group-based exercise program designed for cancer survivors at any phase of the cancer journey, including those who have become de-conditioned or chronically fatigued from the treatment process. The programs includes individualized assessments, and group-based classes that incorporate cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises lead by an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Certified Exercise Physiologist - all delievered live, virtually! Education, discussion, and additional resources to support long-term, independent physical activity are also provided. Fit Cancer is organized and presented by the Physical Activity for Treatment and Prevention Lab (PATP) in the Health and Exercise Science Department at CSU.
Participants can expect to see many benefits including:
- Improved strength
- Enhanced balance and coordination
- Reduced fatigue
- Stress relief
- Increased energy levels
- Gaining knowledge and skills to exercise safely and independently
- Meeting other survivors in a supportive exercise environment
You must have received approval from program coordinators to register for this program. To inquire about registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must have received approval from program coordinators to register for this session. To inquire about registration, please contact email@example.com. 8 week session starting January 31, 2022. Registration for this session will close January 20, 2022.