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CETI in The News – this platform allows us to share newspaper and magazine articles that have featured us in their stories about cancer survivorship and cancer exercise.

 

 

 

PFP Magazine October 2017

Understanding Breast Cancer and Exercise


ACE 10-2017

Exercise Programming Considerations for Clients Who Have Been Successfully Treated for Breast Cancer


ACE Certified     9-21-2017

Lymphedema: Help Your Clients Manage this Common Side Effect of Cancer Treatments


PFP Magazine Spring 2017

The Need and Opportunity for Cancer Specialists


The Daily News     11-14-2016

Kaiser Event Promotes Healthy Lifestyles

Andrea Leonard, founder and president of the Cancer Exercise Training Institute, emphasized the need for cancer patients to continue exercising. It improves mobility and reduces fatigue, she said.

Kaiser Event Promotes Healthy Lifestyles


Pearlpoint Cancer Support    05-01-2016

Movement for the Cancer Survivor

When I was going through my Pilates certification process in July of 2001 as an apprentice, I was privileged to teach Pilates to a cancer survivor named Barbara who had a double mastectomy with reconstruction using the transverse abdominal muscles.

Movement for the Cancer Survivor


Cancer Today      Spring 2016

Easing Into Activity

Cancer exercise specialist and survivor Julie Goodale offers tips for staying active during and after treatment.

Easing Into Activity


Inside New Jersey     06-19-2015

Specialized Exercise Helps Cancer Patients Regain Strength & Sense of Well-being

It’s a given that exercise is important for anyone to maintain good health. Now, research is pointing to it being particularly vital for optimal recovery from cancer, which, along with treatment to combat it, can cause a range of physical and psychological side effects.

Specialized Exercise Helps Cancer Patients Regain Strength & Sense of Well-being


NOU Magazine   03-01-2015
Putting the Exercise Pieces Together
The most common issues that plague post-mastectomy patients are “upper-crossed syndrome” and range of motion limitations in the affected shoulder. Upper cross syndrome is the combination of protracted (rounded) shoulders, forward head, cervical lordosis, winged-scapula, and thoracic kyphosis. As a result of these postural deviations, mastectomy, lymph node dissection, and/or radiation, the chest muscles may become tight, shortened and spastic.
Putting the Exercise Pieces Together


Bethesda Magazine   02-01-2015
Stronger Together
After she had breast cancer surgery, Lisa Feldman hired a personal trainer. She had no idea the woman who would be helping her was on a mission of her own.
Stronger Together


Capital Gazette 10-14-2014

Evolutions’ Ribbon Recovery Program helps Cancer Survivors Thrive

After a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery, Jessica Heard underwent chemotherapy and took to her bed for about six months. Surgery involved an incision in her abdominal wall, causing her to lose her range of motion and core strength.

Evolutions’ Ribbon Recovery Program helps Cancer Survivors Thrive


The Ellsworth American     10-12-2014

Fitness Trainer is now Cancer Expert

LEWISTON — Lisa Tweedie of the Harbor House has earned advanced qualifications through a two-day training held at the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing in Lewiston.

Fitness Trainer is now Cancer Expert


Today’s Dietician     October 2014

Breast Cancer and Exercise

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when pink ribbons remind women to schedule their mammograms and honor those who have died from or survived breast cancer.

Breast Cancer and Exercise


The Training Edge   03-22-2014
Taking Control of Cancer
Learning how to train special populations can set you up to focus on market niches…
Taking Control of Cancer


US Dep. of Human Services   01-30-2014
Physical Activity for Cancer Patients
So what should cancer patients and survivors do? The best advice is to start a new physical activity program with the help of a trained specialist.
Physical Activity for Cancer Patients


inHealthOhio Blog and News     10-28-2013

Benefits of Exercise for Breast Cancer Treatment and Recovery

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society’s recently published Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2013-2014 report shows that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, after skin cancer. Nationwide, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime.

Benefits of Exercise for Breast Cancer Treatment and Recovery


Integrative Oncology     August 9, 2013

How to Begin an Exercise Routine for Patients and Survivors

In this article (the fourth and final in our series on “How To Begin An Exercise Routine”) we discuss how to start exercising if you have physical limitations from  cancer or other health conditions.

How to Begin an Exercise Routine for Patients and Survivors


YouTube.com   06-05-2013
Andrea Leonard demonstrating on Pink BOSU
Andrea Leonard demonstrating breast cancer recovery exercises on Pink BOSU
Breast Cancer Recovery Exercises on Pink BOSU


CapitalStyle   05-15-2013
Race for the Cure: Q&A with Andrea Leonard
After watching her mother struggle with breast cancer twice and suffering from thyroid cancer herself, personal trainer Andrea Leonard decided to help cancer survivors and recovery patients through exercise…
Race for the Cure: Q&A with Andrea Leonard


Examiner.com   02-20-2013
The BOSU® helped cancer survivor Andrea Leonard
Incorporating the BOSU® at home or in the gym can be an amazing addition to your workout. For the girly girl and those looking to give back towards a worthy cause the BOSU® would be the ideal choice!
The BOSU® helped cancer survivor Andrea Leonard


Club Solutions Magazine   12-20-2012
Training Members Who Have Cancer
…according to the American Cancer Society, working out while undergoing chemotherapy or radiation may be beneficial to a cancer patient’s overall health.
Training Members Who Have Cancer


ClubIndustry.com   10-01-2012
Breast Cancer Survivors Rebuild Strength with Pilates
As more health club operators look to small group training for specific populations to increase ancillary revenue, one program that some operators are implementing is Pilates for…
Breast Cancer Survivors Rebuild Strength with Pilates


ClubIndustry.com   10-01-2012
Guidelines for Working with Breast Cancer Survivors in Exercise Programs

When you or your trainers work with clients or patients who have had mastectomies, you must keep in mind their special needs and you must ensure you have the proper training to help them. Here are some things you should know before embarking on exercise programs that cater to this group.

Guidelines for Working with Breast Cancer Survivors in Exercise Programs


Le Mars Daily Sentinel   03-07-2012
Exercise Specialist helps Cancer Survivors
…”The program centers around the idea that fitness, exercise is a wonderful way to rebound after and actually while you’re going through (cancer) treatment,”…
Exercise Specialist helps Cancer Survivors


LiveStrong.com   08-11-2011
Breast Cancer Workout
…build strength and flexibility in your upper body. According to exercise experts Amy Halverstadt and Andrea Leonard in their book, “Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors,”…
Breast Cancer Workouts


Herald Tribune   04-26-2011
Fighting Cancer with Exercise
…Lenari earned her certification through the Cancer Exercise Training Institute, a group founded by Andrea Leonard…
Fighting Cancer with Exercise


stlToday.com   06-30-2010
Exercise Can Help Cancer Recovery
…women who’ve had mastectomies often can’t reach things in a cupboard, scratch their back or blow-dry their hair, said Andrea Leonard…
Exercise Can Help Cancer Recovery