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In our training studios, exercises are largely adapted from boxing drills. For optimal agility, speed, muscular endurance, accuracy, hand-eye coordination, footwork & overall strength, exercise is important for people with Parkinson's because it helps maintain balance, mobility and to perform daily routines.  Forcing the body to do a variety of different movements the brain cannot control. (Based on your ability) Quick bursts of movement, footwork & punching all leads to Neuroplasticity - The brains ability to rewire & reorganise itself by forming new neural connections through an alternate pathway.

  *   Emphasizing gross motor movements    *    Balance & Core strength     *   Rhythm & Improve range of motion     *   General Strength & Power     *   Agility, Flexibility & Posture     *   Hand & Eye coordination     *   Activities of daily living     *   Lifts depression     *   Feel better about yourself     *   Release happy endorphins.


Small groups, fun workouts aimed at improving fitness, strength, mobility, balance & coordination, specifically designed for more mature adults. Sometimes it feels like the number of things that stop working in our bodies directly correlates to the number of candles on our birthday cake. But you can regain some control in a number of ways & improving your strength is one of them. Muscle strength is important for bone health, balance & just being strong enough for daily activites such as climbing stairs or carrying groceries. Physical activity is the number one contributor to longevity, adding extra years to your life, even if you don't start exercising until your senior years. But getting active is not just about adding years to your life, it is about adding life to your years. You will not only look better for exercising but you will feel sharper, more energetic & experience a greater sense of well-being.

  *   Rebuilding muscle   *   Recharging metabolism   *   Reducing fat   *  Reducing resting blood pressure   *  Improving blood lipid profiles   *   Enhancing post coronary performance   *   Resisting diabetes   *   Increasing bone density   *   Reduces the impact of illness & chronic disease   *   Enhances mobility, flexibility & balance   *   Improves sleep   *   Boosts mood & self confidence   *   Does amazing things for the brain   *   Overcoming obstacles to getting active as you age.

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