By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS After a cancer diagnosis, some people emit positive feelings such as strength and courage. The term post-traumatic growth refers to these positive changes that occur with cancer diagnosis.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS New findings published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment suggests there might be a dose-response relationship between exercise and reducing estrogen levels.
Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS One of the main goals of physical therapy is to help you become more independent and continue being physically active after you are finished with your treatment.
By Brandon Pollock MS, ACSM-EP-C Exercise is thought to be the most effective non-drug treatment for reducing pain and improving movement for people with osteoarthritis.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Can exercise really help? “Yes!” A structured, light exercise/ physical activity regimen can be extremely beneficial for cancer patients.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Incorporating a light strength and flexibility program to your regimen can improve your running and will likely help reduce common injuries that can occur as a result of training.
By Brandon Pollock PhD, ACSM-EP-C According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), regular physical activity also improves your body’s sensitivity to insulin and promotes blood glucose uptake.