Posted: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 16:30 by Mr Tom Harwood
Photo caption: more photos up a hill, peak district a month after treatment finished.
BLOG 4: Progress, plateau, then progress! Plus a bonus blog!
So far I've experienced struggles, relief and complete jubilation (all at different times) as I continue what feels like a bizarre journey. Each week a new challenge appears, but am I really seeing much progress*? I'm not sure yet. I felt...
Posted: Thu, 04 Oct 2018 12:24 by Mr Tom Harwood
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Capturing new members or users of your club can be very hard. In this day in age, promotion and advertising to the right audience is crucial to boost membership or increase the number of participants attending sessions. This is made more...
Posted: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 16:35 by Mr Tom Harwood
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BLOG 3: Anxious visits to the gym, trying not to fall in the River Ouse and not being able to move my arms!
So at the time of writing this, it's about a month and a half after treatment has finished and I finally feel ready to test the water (literally)! I've been walking lots throughout, but if I'm going to return to fitness the exercise needs to go up a notch.
Posted: Thu, 13 Sep 2018 16:31 by Mr Tom Harwood
Read my first blog here. *photo caption below, best to read the blog first!
BLOG 2: First Exercise during Chemo – Realisation, falling asleep at the dinner table & coming to terms with tiredness
I thought it would be important to add a little more context around how I felt during my treatment. This really did shape how much exercise I could do and impacts how I feel now.
Posted: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 16:04 by Mr Tom Harwood
BLOG 1: I little introduction to how I cope with exercise after cancer treatment
Having never blogged, lets see how this goes! With a story to tell and a purpose, now seems the perfect time to write about my journey through Testicular Cancer and getting back to doing the things I love.