Exercise support specifically designed for people who have been diagnosed with a long-term health condition.
Cancer – Parkinson’s – Multiple Sclerosis
“Exercise is medicine”
American College of sports medicine
What makes Bounce Back Exercise different?
Exercise, if done correctly, has been shown to help delay disease progression and effectively manage symptoms and side effects.
Our bespoke exercise programes help you find the workout that:
- suits your physical and clinical needs
- helps achieve your goals
- and most importantly….you enjoy!
Exercise can help people manage symptoms and treatment-related side effects of a clinical diagnosis.
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“Our mission at Bounce Back is to help you find the workout that suits your physical and clinical needs, helps you achieve your goals, and most importantly… you enjoy”. – Beth Boxall, MSc
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She has used her knowledge and experience as a clinical exercise specialist and graduate from one of the world’s leading sports institutes, to create the ultimate well-rounded timetable. Her classes are designed to improve your strength, fitness and mobility as well as to help you manage your disease symptoms and related side effects.
Bounce Back Exercise sessions are a friendly and supportive environment for everyone looking to experience the incredible ‘medicine’ of physical activity.
What our members say
As a blood cancer patient I really became quite immobile last winter. Beth has helped restore my strength and given me so much mobility. I may not be able to run a marathon but within my limits it's made a huge difference. She is so professional and gauges my physical limits perfectly. She really has become an arm to my medical support team.
Beth is a revelation to me! She has single handedly motivated the “un-motivatable”, I actually enjoy the programme Beth sets me. I am a 64 year old retiree with Parkinson’s disease. With the onset of my condition, I became overly unenthusiastic about exercise and hence put on weight. To Beth’s credit she makes the exercise fun and will also describe (in great detail if required) the benefits of the noted exercise.
Determined not to let Secondary Progressive MS beat me, I signed up with Bounce Back. Four years on, my condition hasn't deteriorated at all - in fact my specialist says I've improved! I love all the classes and my one-to-ones. Far from tiring me out, Beth's sessions energise me, and that can't be bad!