Give Yourself the Gift of Movement

Getting Started with Exercise

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Give Yourself the Gift of Movement

Starting to exercise after cancer treatment can be overwhelming, but with 2Unstoppable by your side, you can feel supported every step of the way.

Benefits of exercise

  • Help your body and brain work better
  • Reduce feeling tired (fatigue)
  • Help lessen depression and anxiety
  • Might help you sleep better
  • Keep or improve your physical ability to get things done
  • Improve your muscle strength, bone health and range of motion
  • Strengthen your immune system
  • Increase your appetite
  • Help you get to and maintain a healthy weight
  • May help with breast cancer-related lymphedema (and does not increase risk)
  • Decrease the chance that some types of cancer will come back
  • Improve your quality of life
  • Reduce treatment side effect

Considerations Before Getting Started

Always talk with your healthcare provider before starting any exercise program to make sure you’re ready to start or resume physical activity.

Consider obtaining a referral to a cancer-certified physical therapist who specializes in treating the unique needs of cancer patients.   

Schedule a consult with a 2Unstoppable team member to discuss exercise before, during, and after cancer treatment.

Any Movement is Better than No Movement!

Find something you enjoy doing and keep doing it.

Tips to getting started

We get it…exercise after a cancer diagnosis can be challenging.  

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