The Battle Cancer Program is delivered by coaches in host gyms across the UK and USA.
We welcome those post-cancer treatment, as well as those that have not been through cancer themselves, but have supported a close family member through cancer, and found their physical and mental health has been impacted.
If you're post-cancer treatment and are interested in joining a program near you, please get in touch using the form at the bottom of this page.
Please read the criteria carefully and consult your doctor before participating in the Battle Cancer Program
Our program is for those:
A minimum of two months clear of all cancer treatment
Signed off by their doctor to take part in physical activity
Unfortunately, the program is NOT yet suitable for:
Anyone that has had brain or CNS cancer
Anyone with two or more severe simultaneous diseases or medical conditions, particularly cardiovascular and neurological
We will ask you to complete a medical questionnaire and get sign off from your doctor to ensure that The Battle Cancer Program is suitable for you :)
HOW IT WORKS
Fill out the form below and our team will get back to you with more information and a medical questionnaire.
We'll have a chat with you to find out more about your experience with cancer and ensure the Battle Cancer Program is right for you!
Once you're happy The Battle Cancer Program is for you, we'll set you up with a start date at the Battle Cancer Program host gym close to you.
We'll give you information about the gym and your coach and get you ready to start in a small group alongside others post-cancer.
You're now ready to take on the Battle Cancer Program! Attend two 1-hour classes per week for 12 weeks for free to kickstart rebuilding your strength and fitness.
Our program uses simple, accessible movements and fixed time domains so that your coach will be able to guide you at your own pace.
Programs coming fall 2021
We welcome those post-cancer treatment, as well as those that have not had cancer themselves, but have supported a close family member through cancer, and found their physical and mental health has been affected.