Cycling

How to Love Exercising, Even When You Hate It!

Picture of PCAP founder Robert Warren Hess at the top of Mount Baldy

How I’m Able to Ride to Stop My Cancer Right after my prostate cancer surgery in May 2003, I jumped back on my bicycle and started riding again. Since May 3, 2003, I’ve risen 27,318.28 miles – yes, I track every ride I take – more than one time around the world. At the Summit more…

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My Trip Around the World For Cancer – Sitrep 1/14/2016 . . .

PCAP CEO Robert Warren Hess riding his bicycle

I spent a great career in the US Army, so I still tend to use some Army jargon. “Sitrep” is short for situation report. As you know from my previous posts, I use bicycling as a key exercise tool in keeping my prostate cancer at bay. Over a period of ten years I rode a more…

Two Simple Ways to Reduce Your Prostate Cancer Risk in 2016

PCAP Founder Robert Warren Hess riding his bicycle for cancer awareness

1/3 of All Cancer Risk Is Related to Lack of Exercise and Poor Nutrition I’m entering my 12th year as a cancer survivor and I’m all about reducing my risk of prostate cancer recurrence. I can’t control everything in my life, but I can control what I do and what I eat. Read my post more…

Why Bicycling Should be Part of Your Cancer Survival Plan

My Name is Robert Warren Hess and I’m a Prostate Cancer Survivor I became a prostate cancer survivor on December 10, 2002, the day after my birthday and just two months before my older sister was to pass away from pancreatic cancer. I spent a career in the US Army and we’re all about planning more…