Exercise as Medicine: The Prescription Your Side Effects Don’t Want You to Know About

Michael Czaplowski Body Fat, Cancer and Fatigue, Cancer Survival, Exercise for Cancer, Mental Health, Physical Function, Side Effects, Weight

What if I told you we had something readily available that would assist with reducing the impact of cancer-related side effects? This blog explains that it may not be as crazy as it first sounds..

Roadblocks to Speed Humps: Breaking Through Barriers to Exercise

Kate Williams Cancer and Fatigue, Cancer Survival, Exercise for Cancer, Mental Health, Side Effects

Beginning a new physical activity regime can be an incredibly daunting thing. Not knowing where to start, which types of exercise to do or how to perform them, facing the intimidation of a gym, weather, lack of time, a dislike of exercise and just a general absence of motivation are common things that stand in the way of people moving …

The Importance of Muscles: They’re Not Just For Good Looks!

Kate Williams Bone Health, Cancer and Fatigue, Physical Function, Resistance Exercise, Strength training

Did you know that in the average healthy human body, skeletal muscle makes up about 40% of your body mass? This number tends to decline with age however, with a typical drop in muscle mass of about 30% between the ages of 20 and 80 years. Unfortunately this effect is much more pronounced in people who are inactive or unwell …