Who Else Wants to Help Their Client’s
Beat Cancer with Exercise
A Step-By-Step Guide on Designing an Exercise Program for Your Client’s Recovering from Cancer
More Than Half The Population Will Develop Cancer in Their Lifetime
As scary as this may sound, what’s even more scary is that there are few if any personal trainers, fitness professionals or strength coaches out there who have any idea of what cancer is, what it does to the body, or how to successfully train those who develop it to help them better cope with treatment.
I’m sure you know someone or have trained a client who has had cancer. Let’s face it, cancer isn’t going away, it’s only becoming bigger and more prevalent. Where did you turn to get more information on how to work with them properly? MY guess is the same places every other trainer turned, and what they found was a gaping hole in the knowledge about exercise and cancer. The vast majority of certification, degrees or diploma courses will only mention cancer at best, let alone teach you anything about what it is or how to handle anyone who has it.
That’s Where I Come In
|I completed a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology, and in my final year I decided to specialize in cancer research and rehabilitation. I took a graduate level course in Exercise Oncology (the only undergraduate student to ever do so), and worked in a research facility looking at the effects of aerobic conditioning and resistance training on various types of cancer in various stages. I got a first-hand look at what cancer was and what it did to people, but also what the amazing benefits of an exercise program could offer them in terms of improving every aspect of their health and treatment outcomes. Since then, I’ve worked with dozens of cancer patients, prior to, during, and after their treatments, all the while working on three basic tenets:|
- They’re people first, cancer patients second
- They will respond to exercise the same as anyone else, but their threshold for overtraining is a lot lower due to their treatments
- Adaptability wins the game
I’m probably one of only a handful of fitness professionals in all of North America who has a specialized knowledge base in cancer and exercise recovery and rehabilitation.
This is The First Product of Its’ Kind, Anywhere
There are currently NO resources available to trainers that teach them what cancer is, what to do with a client that has it, and what to watch out for when training their client, which means this will automatically become the default go-to resource for trainers who ever come into contact with a client recovering from cancer. Additionally, if you’re not a fitness professional or know someone who has cancer who isn’t a fitness professional but wants to know what to do with an exercise program to help them out, this resource comes complete with a “Non-Professional edition,” outlining in basic less-scientific terms what is discussed in the professional edition. One client looked over the Non-Professional edition and said they got more information about cancer and exercise from it than they had received from all their oncologists, GPs and nurses COMBINED!!
Within this product, you will receive the following, all with direct implications to yourself, your friends and family, and your clients who may be dealing with cancer:
- Professional Edition Workshop
- Non-Professional Edition Workshop
Why You Should Get This
Attending workshops by qualified professionals can be very expensive, once you add up the cost of registration, travel, accommodations, meals, missed work, it can be a pretty big deal-breaker. By purchasing a program like this, you get the benefit of the workshop, plus additional material, as well as the ability to go through it from home and on your own schedule. You can also show it to the clients and those you care about who need to deal with cancer to increase the value of your services, as well as to build trust that you CAN help them.
You’re Better Than Every Other Fitness Professional
By taking continuing education courses like this, you stay ahead of the curve, and are able to provide more to a broader population base than any other trainer in your area. What’s more, becoming an expert in a growing population like cancer recovery will make your services that much more desirable to someone walking through the door.
I Was Able to To Take Control…
“I was told by quite a few nurses and doctors that if I wasn’t as physically active as I had been, I wouldn’t have recovered as fast. I remember my first exercise session was painful because I was extremely weak and my balance and co-ordination were way off. Today I feel really, really good. What I learned last year is that I can take on anything that comes at you from out of the blue, make a decision on how to tackle it, and get through it. I had a lot of people say how do you deal with it, and poor you, and your poor son, and I was like no, absolutely not. I was able to control what happened to me. It didn’t control me.”
– Pam Lin, cancer survivor and mother.
I Will Be Sharing it With Some of My Family Members who Have Cancer
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.
– Jim Smith
Very Helpful and Informative Series of Videos
“The Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors is a very helpful and informative series of videos. Thank you!”
– Eva Czyzewska
Impressed with the Wealth of Information Provided
I have viewed the video presentation for the UTG for Cancer Survivors and can honestly say that I am impressed with the wealth of information provided. Being a cancer survivor of 40 years this summer I can relate to many of the points made by the presenter. I’ve been there, done that, got the t-shirt – as they say!
This program definitely affords a personal trainer the opportunity to better understand how a person with cancer would like to be treated and how to put together a suitable exercise program for his/her cancer client. Also, the information on cancer, types of treatment, side effects, etc., are all very helpful in helping the trainer to better understand and prepare for the cancer client.
Again, great program!”
– Kevin Garnier
You Don’t Want to Train Cancer Patients?
Trust me, I don’t either, but in the decade that I’ve been a trainer, I’ve had more than a dozen clients diagnosed DURING their training with me. If I didn’t know what to do or feel comfortable training them during their treatments, I’d lose those clients. Let’s say tomorrow, a client comes in to meet with you looking to lose weight, gain some strength, and get back to normal after a battle with breast cancer and all the surgeries and treatments that go along with that. 1 in 7 women will develop breast cancer, so if this hasn’t happened yet, it’s only a matter of time. BE PREPARED. You may not want to, but you will definitely need to know how to deal with cancer clients.
Filled in a lot of Gaps that the ACSM Guidelines Don’t Cover
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
– Pamela Brown
I Really Enjoy It!
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.
– June Hart
Hands Down the Best Money I have Ever Spent on Anything!
I just finished viewing all of the information.
I have to tell you that in the pat 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.
– Cindy Garvin
How the Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors will help you:
- Be the first of your fitness colleagues to get this as it will become the go-to program for fitness professionals with clients that are recovering from cancer. Be the first to get it and show it off!
- Create a niche market for yourself that can capitalize on millions of people across North America
- Increase your value to clients and separate yourself from other trainers around you
- Know what to do if any of your current clients are diagnosed
- Help people in a whole new way
I Absolutely Guarantee You Will Get A Lot From This Product
This will help you in a lot of ways: training your clients, educating those around you who have cancer, and setting you apart from the rest of the fitness professionals in your area. I’m so confident that this product will be amazing for you, that I will refund all your money if you are not happy with the information provided or feel like you didn’t learn something from it.
Helping you with cancer and exercise,
Dean Somerset, BSc
Author, How Exercise Can Help Beat Cancer
P.S. – There is NO RISK at all for you when you try the How Exercise Can Beat Cancer. If you are not thrilled how this program help your clients battle back from cancer, let me know and I will refund your order. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
P.P.S. – If you are sick and tired of not know what to do when you have a client with cancer, then use the How Exercise Can Beat Cancer to help your clients battle back from cancer.
P.P.P.S. – There’s only one catch to all this. You need to act now to get the complete package along with the exercise program (including the valuable workout and exercise videos).
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NOTE: – Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors is a downloadable manuals and videos. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download the manuals and videos. The ebooks are in the format of adobe acrobat PDF, which can be viewed on Mac or PC. The video format is M4V which can be viewed on Mac or PC.