I didn’t get a lot of hate in my email box this week, which was a pleasant surprise.
I don’t understand why people are so rude in emails. Having a popular blog comes with its own set of challenges.
Let us now turn our attention to the essential matters.
Few things that were in my email box:
“The Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors program is a great reference guide and good place to start for people who haven’t worked with many cancer clients. It was good review of cancer and how to train people with or status post cancer treatments.”
Rebecca Gardner-Reilly, MPT
“I found the Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors to be very informative and feel like it gave me the confidence to work with someone going through cancer treatment. Thank you.”
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Learn the fundamentals of what you need to know about cancer to grasp better the disease and the solutions for cancer patients who come to you for help.
Breast & Other Common Cancers
You may also treat breast cancer patients as a cancer specialist, although they will make up the majority of cancer patients. In this video, you will discuss the common malignancies you will encounter.
Treatment Options for Cancer
Make sure you are up to date on the various treatment options available to cancer patients. You’ll have a better grasp of the therapies your client may have received or be receiving now.
Exercise Program Design
The step-by-step tutorial will walk you through the process of setting together an exercise program for a client who has cancer.
Client Exercise Program
Patients who have cancer can benefit from this presentation and reading this guide. This video and guide inform them of the importance of physical activity and its effects. Furthermore, it prepares them for the physical demands they will face.
What is New With Cancer and Exercise?
I’ll provide an update on the latest developments in exercise and cancer. Here’s what I’ve got to share with you:
- Aspects of movement that cancer patients should avoid.
- An evaluation process for a new cancer patient.
- A critical examination of a cancer patient.
- Exercise and the latest developments in the fight against leukemia.
- Considerations for people with brain cancer who want to exercise
I’m constantly introducing fresh content to the curriculum to help you improve your performance and assist your cancer patients in regaining their health.
“If you’re a fitness professional and you want to separate yourself from the rest of the playing field with some top notch information from some very bright minds then you should pick up MIR Upper Body now! “
Personal Trainer and Strength Coach
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Muscle Imbalances Revealed
“Muscle Imbalances Revealed goes beyond stretching what is tight, strengthening what is weak or just performing corrective exercises. It assists us in understanding the synergies that exist within the body and walks you through the intricacies of muscle imbalances. I enjoyed the majority of presentations and picked up a few good tidbits.”
Dr. Mike Reinold
Boston Red Sox Physical Therapist
Boston, MA, USA
“I often have customers who suffer from scoliosis. I’ll integrate this knowledge into my group lessons and personal training. I found Effective Exercises for Scoliosis had detailed knowledge of it and including a good set of exercises.”
Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor
“The scapula stabilization course is already giving my one client that has had two shoulder surgeries great results, so thank you. The course and hand outs are easy to follow and great to give to clients. I will be sure to do more of your online courses and send my other personal trainer friends your way.”
Personal Trainer and Yoga Instructor
Ponoka, Alberta, Canada
Lea is talking about the Foam Roller Essentials course she attended. It was great to meet you.
Thank you for your support. It would be great if you could send me some encouraging words. Please send them to [email protected]
Have a great weekend.
Rick Kaselj, MS