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Prost-FIT – Live longer and Stronger with Exercise
Exercise has been shown to provide clear benefits to men with prostate cancer. Because the evidence is so compelling, the Prostate Cancer Foundation is launching a new support programme – Prost-FIT.

It is specifically for men who are living with prostate cancer and helps them become fitter and stronger to help manage their cancer journey. The programme is delivered in a safe and supportive, fun environment providing opportunities for men to share their experiences. After being trialled in Christchurch, and then professionally reviewed, Prost-FIT will now be rolled out via fully trained exercise professionals across New Zealand.
The programme has an emphasis on fun and social interaction and includes resistance and impact training, some cardio work, pelvic floor exercises and balance, agility and coordination, and a little meditation and relaxation. Both physical and cognitive elements are involved and groups usually finish with a visit to a local café and some “rehydration”.

The developer of the programme, Tim Webster from Exercise as Medicine NZ, will present this webinar and outline both the evidence for the benefits of exercise, and also the way the exercise classes work.

Jun 23, 2020 07:00 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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Graeme Woodside
CEO @Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ
Graeme has worked in senior management positions in the not-for-profit sector for over 20 years in areas of health, education and community services. His work experience covers a range of disciplines including marketing and fundraising but also public relations, communications, event management and leadership. He joined the Prostate Cancer Foundation as Chief Executive in August 2013 and is responsible for overall management and operations.
Tim Webster
@Exercise As Medicine® NZ
Tim Webster has a Physical Education Diploma from Loughborough University (UK). He is a REPs registered trainer and is qualified with PD Warrior and Counterpunch for Parkinson’s and he is the author of the Parkinson’s Pro for Exercise Professionals course. He is certified in Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase IV, Functional Rehabilitation and Exercise After Stroke (The ARNI Institute), Brain Fit for Life (Mental Acuity), Cognitive Rehabilitation after Mild Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis Pro and Adapted Tai Chi for Rehab. He is also a featured writer in exercise industry publications.
Kris Tynan
@Exercise As Medicine® NZ
Kris Tynan has a Physical Education Diploma from the University of Otago (NZ). She is a REPs registered trainer and is qualified as a Functional Ageing Specialist with the Functional Ageing Institute (FAI) in the US. She has completed the following qualifications in Cancer and Exercise Management; Cancer U Fitter (UK), Cancer Exercise Specialist Advanced Qualification Course with Cancer Exercise Training Institute (CETI) US, and Exercise for the Management of Cancer (Edith Cowan, Australia). She has also completed specific training as follows: Arthritis Essentials (The Joint Movement – Arthritis Australia) and Management of MSK Conditions (Arthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania). She holds the GP Referral Qualification from the Wright Foundation (UK). She is the author of the LOAFFA resource (Leading Older Adults in Functional Fitness Activity) and the Joints and Bones for Exercise Professionals course.