Fitness Q&A: Peter Pace, Fitness Instructor

Please join us for a Q&A session with exercise physiologist and fitness instructor Peter Pace.

Are you interested in learning easy ways to improve your strength? How exercise affects the likelihood of cancer recurrence? Tactics for creating and sticking to a fitness plan? Be sure to bring your fitness-related questions to this informative session!

This free event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 7, at 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST. While it’s beneficial to familiarize yourself with the Fitness module of our online course beforehand, it is not required.

Submit your questions when you register, or feel free to ask them live during the session.

Can’t attend live? No problem! Register anyway and we’ll send you the replay.


This session is brought to you by the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, a program designed to help people reduce their risk of cancer by making healthy lifestyle choices.

About the presenter:

Peter Pace is an exercise physiologist for the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. He has a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at Columbia University. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Arizona State University, along with the Nutrition and Dietetics Technician credential. He is a Certified Personal Trainer and has extensive experience training in collegiate and private sectors.

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