Filed Under (Cancer Exercise, Fitness) by Rick Kaselj
With the first version, we have gotten amazing feedback.
Here are some of the kind words we have gotten about the program:
#1 – Feedback from First Version of Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors
I just finished viewing all of the information.
I have to tell you that in the past 25 years that I have been a fitness professional this is hands down the best money I have ever spent on anything!
Thank you so much for bringing this to us. I can’t wait to utilize the information in this presentation.”
Just replying about the Program for Cancer by Dean Somerset. It is a fantastic looking programme. I will be sharing it with some of my family members who have cancer, and need some encouragement. Thanks for contacting me about it.”
“The Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors is a very helpful and informative series of videos. Thank you!”
“The information in The Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors was great and filled in a lot of gaps that the ACSM guidelines don’t cover.”
I just received the Ultimate Guide for Cancer Survivors. I’m a Personal Trainer and group instructor and I teach a group class where the majority of participants are breast cancer survivors. I really enjoy it.”
We are finally done.
Well, kind of.
I will have all the updates done and sent to everyone that has the program.
Plus, we are always updating the program. If you have the program, you will get those updates for free.
Lets get into what is new.
#2 – Updated Video Presentation
Dean has updated the video presentation and added a bunch of new stuff.
This is what Dean has added in the new recording:
- Periodized workout program for treatment schedule
- Progressions to use through the treatment process
- How to increase fitness safely and effectively
With the update of the presentation, we have improved the audio quality.
#3 – Continuing Education Credits and Units (CECs and CEUs)
We have submitted the Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors for continuing education credits and units.
We have gotten approval from these fitness associations:
If your association is not listed, no worries. Every association has a way of petitioning a course or challenging a course. Please contact the fitness association you are a member of and ask how you can petition a course for CECs or CEUs.
#4 – Interview with Dean Somerset
I have gotten some great questions about the program.
I just asked Dean those questions, and recorded his responses.
This is what Dean shares in the interview and we have added this to the program:
- Are their any movements that are contraindicated for someone that has cancer?
- Dean’s assessment process for a post rehab exercise program for a client with cancer
- A very important test to do with a cancer client
- Average length of time that Dean trains his cancer clients
- Leukemia and exercise
- Exercise considerations for those with Brain Cancer
- What is new with the program
- Who is Dean Somerset for those who don’t know him
- What is coming up in the future for the program
#5 – What is Coming Up with Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors
There will be a complete workout program coming in the near future, with exercises, progressions, and a schedule to use with a cancer patient’s treatment schedule to get the best results possible.
#6 – $10 of Each Order this Week will Be Donated
This Saturday is the Relay for Life in Coquitlam, BC. My home town.
They have asked me to come to the Wellness Tent and talk to people about exercise and cancer.
I am very excited to do this and happy they asked me to come out and help.
I talked with Dean and we are going to donate $10 of every sale of the Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors to the Relay for Life for this week.
It would be great to bring a nice gift on your behalf.
If you would like to order the program, CLICK HERE.
If you will be at the event, make sure to come and visit me.
Rick Kaselj, MS
P.S. – Here are some clips from the Cancer and Exercise program:
Sample Cancer Exercise Program