While we all shelter in place, Triumph is continuing the intake process for Triumph Fitness. If you are a cancer survivor who has completed treatment in the past 18 months and you are struggling with the physical recovery process, please visit our Triumph Fitness page for more information. Our team is busy creating a new type of program to offer survivors in the coming months as restrictions ease. We will still be offering our same great programs taught by our certified cancer exercise specialists, just in a new format.
Our current Winter Triumph Fitness classes have transitioned to online instruction via videos and online classroom settings. Now, more than ever, we are staying connected to our participants to help them in these difficult times.
-Triumph Fitness Graduate
A cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment can be devastating both emotionally and physically. The goal of Triumph Fitness is to help cancer survivors take back their lives from cancer while exercising with fellow survivors. Participants are safely and effectively guided by our team of professional instructors, who are all certified in cancer recovery.
This 12-week program is specifically designed to assist survivors who have recently completed treatment by regaining strength, stamina and confidence lost during their battles with cancer. It is offered at no cost to eligible survivors in the Sacramento metro area.
When treatment ends, Triumph leads the way back
“Triumph is the sole reason I am where I am today. When I began the program, I was unable to run, jump, do push-ups, let alone most household and everyday tasks. I was short of breath consistently. I am now able to do everything, including picking up my daughter, climbing ladders and more! This program has enabled me to learn what it takes to stay fit. Not become a gym “tough guy”, not to become a gym guru, but to become and stay fit on my own. I owe it to the instructors and Triumph for where I am today.”
Adult Cancer Survivors who:
An encouraging, safe environment for gaining physical strength and confidence. A program that is gentle and progressive. Triumph is not a “bootcamp”!
The chance to meet fellow survivors who are just getting back into fitness after battling cancer. Make new friends with people who really “get it”.
A “no judgment zone” at every work-out, where your goals and accomplishments (large and small) are recognized and celebrated!