Tips on Preventing and Beating Breast Cancer with Exercises with a Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist Julie Goodale

June 1, 2011

Breast Health

On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Health Talk for Women Radio Show: Julie Goodale, a breast cancer survivor, joined radio show host Irina Wardas

Julie Goodale, Health Talk for Women Radio Show: Beating Breast Cancera breast cancer survivor and Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist, will discuss tips on how to prevent and beat cancer with exercises.


October is a Breast Cancer Awareness Month , so the exclusive interview with Julie Goodale, a Certified Personal Trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine and a Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist is a must-listen for every woman who is already fighting breast cancer or want to prevent one.

Julie Goodale was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 37. She had a mastectomy and reconstruction. Because of the high number of positive lymph nodes, she had chemo, radiation, and then more chemo.

Always an avid hiker and rock climber, she discovered that exercising actually improved how she felt and helped manage the side effects of her treatment. Just one year after finishing treatment, she climbed Mt. Rainier, 14,410’ to raise funds for breast cancer research. She followed that with trekking through the Himalayas, and two years later summiting Cerro Aconcagua, at 22,841’ the highest peak in the Western hemisphere.

She felt so strongly about the benefits of exercise during all phases of treatment and beyond that she became a Certified Personal Trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine and a Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist. Julie offers private training in the New York City and Hudson Valley areas, and provides online fitness information and training through her website, www.Life-Cise.com. Julie also leads fitness workshops, and writes regularly about fitness and other survivorship issues on her blog.

Suggested Radio Show for Women Interview Question:

Is exercise important for reducing the risk of breast cancer?

Can exercise cure cancer?

How does exercise reduce the risk of developing breast cancer?

What if women have already had breast cancer?

How much exercise is necessary to provide a protective benefit?

What are some ideas to help women get started exercising if they have been inactive?

What if we have no time to exercise? – Do you have tips for fitting it into our busy schedules?

Breathe, smile and be happy.

©Irina Wardas, HHC

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