A ugly addtion to the Aftermath of cancer? or is it an aftermath any more?
A few months ago i put a post up on TNation regarding nutrition and training for survivor patients of cancer (called the Aftermath of Cancer) Well luckily for me (insert sarcasm here)
the cancer has come back to bite me in the ass but i want to continue to train: healthy body, healthy mind right?
Now to be honest there is nothing worse than being 24 (which is when im meant to be enjoying life) and being fat and looking at photos of what you used to look like only to see your a pretty ugly f$$k now (Now i know im meant to be grateful that im alive and should be focusing on that but training is so important to me that i cant help it and i need something to make me feel good at this point in time - i even want to pursue a career in it!)
So guys my main reason for this thread to see what people knew about training whilst doing chemo therapy or cancer in general? Now i know i could do research but guys please understand cancer is one thing but researching about all this stuff drains the hell out of me and i cant do it.
I was hoping that the community would help me in this time of need ( I dont know how to get the big guns opions on this like Christian Thibaudeau etc but ur help in engaging them would be much appreciated; if its even possible)
So you ask what am i trying to do exactly? well for starters i want to be able to lose some kgs ( I understand the concept of cardio)..but how should i go about it?
what supplements could i take to help me out?
BUT moreso...what do you people recommend my training regime should be like? I dont want to train too hard soo i dont put too much stress on my immune system becuase it could make me sick.
Guys your help is much appreciate.
I will not be offended if you cant help. But please dont post sh*t like do the research yourself. I have done enough research about my cancer and my statistical chance of living (and thats draining enough). I really do not need anyone being cyber comedians at the expense of my lack of motivation to do the research myself.