Prevent Cancer Foundation Blog

5K Race

Q&A with Peter Schenk, LifeSpan Fitness Owner and President

Posted by Rebecca Evans, Communications Assistant on October 18th, 2013 | No Comments »
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One thousand and five hundred walkers and runners and 112 volunteers made this year’s Prevent Cancer 5k the most successful yet – but not without the help of our generous sponsors. LifeSpan Fitness has been the Prevent Cancer 5k exclusive fitness sponsor for the past two years. LifeSpan Fitness designs health and fitness products that can be used anywhere – at home, at the gym, at work or outdoors. Over the past two years, they have ...

I’ll admit it: The Prevent Cancer Super Colon is pretty super

Posted by Rebecca Evans, Communications Assistant on October 4th, 2013 | No Comments »
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On September 29, the Prevent Cancer Super Colon™ made its way to Nationals Park for the annual Prevent Cancer 5k/Walk Run. 450 runners and walkers stepped through the Prevent Cancer Super Colon, exploring (and sometimes yanking at) various colon disorders. It was the making of nightmares for one little girl whose father had to drag her in (“This is for your health!”), but most visitors left knowledgeable albeit slightly horrified. Eighty-six percent of the visitors ...

Largest Prevent Cancer 5k Walk/Run a success!

Posted by Kristen Fagley, Director of Special Events on October 3rd, 2013 | No Comments »
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Prevent Cancer Foundation would like to thank all of the participants, donors, sponsors and volunteers who helped make this year’s Prevent Cancer 5k Walk/Run the most successful yet. This year we had a record setting 1,500 participants come out to Nationals Park and raise over $149,000 to support the Foundation’s mission of saving lives through cancer prevention and early detection! Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to this important cause. Sunday’s weather provided ...

Couch to 5k: Staying on track

Posted by Dorothy Jean Abernathy on September 5th, 2013 | No Comments »
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It is September and I am now in the final three weeks of my Couch to 5k program, and boy has it been an adventure. I have learned a lot about myself over the past six weeks. I have learned that my commitment to health cannot take a back seat to my life. I am human and I am far from perfect, so staying 100% true to the program was not exactly easy. I have had ...