Pathways Sister Strong Fitness Program

Free Professional One-on-One Fitness Training at The Connection for Female Cancer Survivors

Who: Any woman who is undergoing or recovering from the treatment of any type of cancer and wants to improve fitness and overall well-being.

What: 16 total hours of free one-on-one fitness training with Connection Fitness Trainers/Certified Cancer Exercise Specialists. The first session is for one hour. The remaining sessions can be 30, 45, or 60 minutes, at your discretion. Assessments are completed on the first day, mid-point, and the last day of training.

When: Dates and Times to be scheduled with the Fitness Trainer.

Where: The Fitness Center at The Connection, 79 Maple Street, Summit, NJ.

Why: To help female cancer survivors regain strength, flexibility, cardiovascular health, balance and improve mental well-being.

Your Personal Sessions
Pathways will help you coordinate the days, times, and length of your fitness sessions with your Fitness Trainer. You pick from the following modalities, with guidance from your trainer (feel free to mix and match):

  1. Cardio/Strength Training
  2. Balance Training
  3. Yoga/Stretching
  4. Meditation/Reiki

Requirements

  • Provide medical clearance letter from treating physician
  • Complete Initial Health Assessment Form provided by The Connection
  • Sign The Connection Liability Waiver

The Connection, including its Fitness Center, follows strict protocols pursuant to NJ Department of Health and CDC guidelines.

Additional Benefit

Any woman who completes the Sister Strong Fitness Program is entitled to a half-price 6 month Total Facility membership at The Connection. Members are still required to pay their annual membership dues.

For any questions about the Program, please contact Pathways Director, Lesley Andrews – lesley.andrews@theconnectiononline.org or (908) 273-4242, ext. 154

The Pathways Sister Strong Fitness Program is made possible, in part, by a generous grant from the Junior League of Summit, the Overlook Foundation and the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.