Cancer patients and survivors are a resilient bunch!
What do we do when things change? Look for excuses? No! We adapt! We make things happen!
Although we are unable to come together through SCCCF's Survive, Thrive & Be Fit activities... that doesn't mean we should give up... stop moving!
You are invited to share a photo (selfie's or point-of-view) that illustrates you being active in the midst of Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order and including safe social distancing, respiratory etiquette and all other applicable healthy practices and guidelines!
Scroll down to bottom of page to submit your photo (please include your NAME, a TITLE for your photo and any COMMENTS you care to share - please don't forget the TITLE)!
NOTE: You must be registered as a ST&BF participant to participate in this activity. Contact Tim for details!
Rowing at Home submitted by Tim E. Renzelmann (3/24/20)
As much as I enjoy rowing in the company of our Indoor Row Group... I also enjoy rowing alone! Time rowing alone and time rowing in a group provides added variety to my routine. I look forward to our Indoor Row Group sessions... but, on this day (Tuesday, March 24th) I headed down to solitude of the basement, turned on the fan and, while listening to some Dylan, burned off about 588 calories in a little over 45:00!
Peace in the Forest submitted by Leah Heusterberg (3/25/20)
Taking a moment in prayer during an early morning hike at Walla Hi. From the family of Sandhill Cranes who greeted me at the park entrance, the hawk gliding over the treetops, squirrels gathering their breakfast and songbirds singing their morning tunes, I found comfort knowing that nature is oblivious to COVID-19. This hike energized me and prepared me for my workday in healthcare.
Encouragement submitted by Kathy Burch (3/25/20)
Just finishing my three-mile walk today and saw this message on Camelot and S. 15th St. Yes, I did take time to follow the directions.
Note from Tim: I think we need to do something similar at upcoming "Steps to Survivorship" sessions - instead of just an "S" every 500m... look for additional "directions" to move your body!!!