Get Ready to Climb: Physical Activity and Colorectal Cancer

Date: July 15 @ 3:00 pm - July 15 @ 4:00 pm
Venue: Online

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2020 July WebinarLooking to kick start your physical activity? Hoping to learn about how body movement can be a huge benefit for CRC patients and survivors? Curious about Climb for a Cure? Join this interactive webinar featuring Karia Coleman, MSK, personal trainer and athletic strength coach, and Fight CRC advocates as they discuss the importance, challenges, and joys of physical activity.

Your registration is important -even if you can’t attend live we’ll share the slides and video recording of the presentation directly to you!

Meet the Presenter: Karia ColemanKaria Coleman Headshot

Karia Coleman is dedicated to the eradication of chronic conditions through physical exercise. Karia has 18 years of experience as a personal trainer, athletic strength coach, weight loss consultant, competitive athlete, and Corporate Department Head of a commercial fitness company. During this time he has helped many clients with weight loss ranging between 50-100lbs. Currently, he is the Founding Principal of TTari Health LLC where he tends to focus on the use of physical exercise for the amelioration of pathologies associated with chronic conditions.

The fight against cancer and other chronic conditions is very personal to Karia. He watched several family members and friends suffer from cancer and it’s treatments. Once he realized that physical exercise prevents and improves the effects of cancer, he made it his mission to save lives with exercise.

Master of Science Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology)

Taught Anatomy and Physiology

Performed several Western Blots on healthy and diseased human muscle tissue

Participated in over 20 Muscle Biopsiesand Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemic CLAMPS

NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2007

World Kettlebell ClubFitness Trainer since 2009

Publications:

HYPERINSULINEMIA AUGMENTS ENDOTHELIN-1 RELEASE AND IMPAIRS VASODILATION OF HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE ARTERIOLES American Diabetes Association 2014

SOLUBLE RECEPTOR OF ADVANCED GLYCATION ENDPRODUCTS (SRAGE) IS DECREASED ACROSS THE GLUCOSE TOLERANCE CONTINUUM AND CORRELATES WITH SEVERITY OF INSULIN RESISTANCE Central Society of Clinical and Translational Research 2014

RAGE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE IS NORMALIZED FOLLOWING AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING IN OLDER OBESE ADULTS American Diabetes Association 2013

Membership: American College of Sports Medicine

Meet the Presenter: Denelle Suraski
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Meet the Presenter: Brian Threlkeld
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