MOVE 4 LIFE: WHOLE BODY HEALING FOR CHRONIC CONDITIONS
Move 4 Life is a premier exercise program specifically designed for survivors of chronic health conditions. Whether you're managing cancer, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetes or any other chronic disease, this program offers a unique and customized fitness plan within a supportive community environment. Led by a Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer, Lisa Walther, herself a two-time cancer survivor, Move 4 Life is committed to helping individuals on their road to physical, psychological and emotional recovery.
Every survivor's journey is unique. That's why this program is uniquely tailored to each individual, taking into account their specific needs and goals. Broomfield’s exercise specialists are trained in handling chronic conditions, ensuring you receive expert guidance and support throughout your fitness journey. By participating in Move 4 Life, survivors can improve their overall health and functioning, regain stamina, and even reduce, delay or avoid the onset of disease symptoms and dysfunctional movement patterns.
If you are interested in participating, please complete the Welcome Packet and submit it at the front desk at Paul Derda Recreation Center or the Broomfield Community Center.
If you have any questions, please call Lisa Walther at 303-460-6955 or email email@example.com.
Once you complete the initial assessment, a variety of Move 4 Life classes are available. These classes are designed to cater to your personal program goals while providing a supportive and encouraging atmosphere within the community. The classes include a focus on the following areas:
- Functional Resistance Training: Engage in resistance-based exercises targeting range of motion, muscle activation and more. Led by a Certified Chronic Disease Trainer, this class promotes healing, wellness and survivorship.
- Variable Intensity Interval Training (VIIT): Experience a combination of cardiovascular and resistance exercises, focusing on increased range of motion, cardiovascular endurance and enhanced muscle activation. Join this class to enjoy the benefits of interval training within a supportive group workout environment.
- Movement and Balance: Improve functional movement patterns through strength and balance exercises, muscle activation and neuroplasticity training. Led by a Certified Chronic Disease Trainer, this class promotes overall wellness and a "move it to improve it" mindset.
- Flexibility, Mindfulness and Meditation: Engage in restorative yoga and mindfulness exercises, emphasizing gentle yoga flow patterns, deep breathing and enhanced mindfulness. This class provides relaxation and restoration within a supportive group setting.
Chronic Disease Personal/Semi-Private Training
Personal and semi-private training is offered for those who prefer an individual setting. These sessions, led by a Certified Cancer or Chronic Disease Exercise Trainer, provide individualized training tailored to specific needs and goals. Whether you're a survivor or a caregiver, this option offers flexibility and a customized approach.
ABOUT THE TRAINER: Lisa Walther
The program is led by Lisa Walther, Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer (CCET) through the American College of Sports Medicine. Lisa is a two-time cancer survivor herself and has been supporting and training clients for over 15 years. Her personal motivation for becoming a Cancer Exercise Trainer began when she was originally diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30 and found that there was no real guidance available to her for how to recover and retrain her body for healthy activity. A fitness enthusiast, she made it her goal to learn how to effectively train herself and then how to lead and train other survivors as well. Lisa liaises with other personal trainers and service providers in the fitness and oncologic arena to offer survivors a wide range of offerings, information and support related to healthy living.