Personal Trainer for Cancer Survivors Encinitas, CA
Strengthen your body, revitalize your energy, reboot your self-esteem.
Your body aches. You struggle with fatigue, anxiety, neuropathy, and a variety of other side effects from cancer treatment. The last thing you may want to do is put your body to work in a gym or other training facility, but the truth is this is one of the most important things you can do on your path to recovery.
Our specialized personal trainers work one on one with you to maintain or regain your strength in a safe way that will help you find an exercise regimen that supports your goals. Additionally, we also partner with North County Cancer Fitness, for group classes (from gentle boot camp to Tai chi) that support services for all cancer patients regardless of their ability to pay.
Why Choose Revivorship™ as my Cancer Personal Trainer?
At Revivorship™ our team of dedicated personal trainers for cancer survivors knows exactly how to help you overcome your struggles to become the very best version of yourself. We do this with patience, compassion, and empathy in order to help you push yourself safely and effectively.
Our Personal Trainers are specially educated to help you begin and stick with an exercise regimen that is just right for you and your individual needs. You’ll be welcomed with warm smiles and open arms as you fight to regain the strength and vitality you knew prior to going through cancer treatment. Additionally, we also partner with North County Cancer Fitness (for group classes from gentle bootcamp to Tai chi) that supports services for all cancer patients regardless of their ability to pay.
If you or someone you love is struggling after cancer treatment, we invite you to call Revivorship™ today to discuss our cancer rehabilitation personal trainers and how they can help you. Call today.
"When I finally started working out again I had to be more careful about injuries than ever before, but as I got stronger, working out gave me the energy boost I needed. I had less fatigue, more vitality. For me, working out is more rejuvenating than taking a nap."