Cancer Exercise


CU Fitter™ – fighting cancer with exercise.

You may have been signposted to the CU Fitter™ Active Cancer Recovery exercise programme by your Clinician, your Clinical Nurse Specialist, or your Macmillan support worker. Or, you may have picked up a leaflet or read about our services online. Whichever path brought you here – welcome to CU Fitter.

From the moment you contact us we can, through cancer exercise, help you on your cancer journey.

Your initial consultation will be undertaken by one of our experienced and qualified CU Fitter™ Cancer Exercise Specialists (CU Fitter™ CESs), who will work with you to select a pathway that is safe and effective, taking into consideration your cancer treatments and any other health issues.  This may include use of the gym, access to a range of classes, or membership of our weekly OutKick Cancer walking football team.

Our CESs have designed a programme of classes based on what our members have told us they need.  These include:

  • Classes which are designed to tackle the most frequently reported side effects of treatment such as fatigue
  • Classes specifically designed to improve fitness, bone density, muscle tone and core strength.

All our CU Fitter™ CESs are not only trained to understand what you need to support your physical health and fitness, but your mental wellbeing too.  We know what it takes to deal with the emotional effects of cancer.

If you would like to know more about our weekly programme of classes, click here

If you would like to know more, or would like to arrange an appointment, please contact us on 01903 779880, or email us at

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If you have any questions about Cancer United, or would like to join our regular support groups, we would love to hear from you.

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People’s Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

Our project received £15,000 from the Trust to build the CU Fitter Rehab Gym. In 2017, the Project received £20,000 towards the purchase of the CU Fitter Minibus.

Cancer United is a registered charity in England and Wales No.: 1155747
Trustees: Kathryn Hall - Heidi Harris - Matt Owen - Victoria Read - Erica Sheward - Jan Sheward