KNOCKING OUT PARKINSON'S
"You are NOT alone in this fight! We are here to help." ~ Coach Jeff, Owner
Rock Steady Boxing at Wolfpack Boxing Club in Pittsburgh is helping people with Parkinson's disease fight back! The benefits of a non-contact boxing workout is widely known. Research has shown that regular boxing exercise improves balance, walking, endurance and overall quality of life. And...we have a LOT of fun!
In these classes, students will learn how to throw a variety of punches and hit heavy bags, work on developing footwork for balance and agility, hit the mitts of an instructor (who won't hit back) with different punches to improve their coordination, they will yell and count their punches to strengthen their voices and they will stretch to counter muscle rigidity. They will also jump rope and do core exercises and circuit weight training to strengthen their muscles.
Our classes are divided into different levels based upon each person’s unique Parkinson’s symptoms and overall level of fitness. We require all potential boxers to complete an assessment with one of our Coaches to determine the class placement that would be of greatest benefit to them. We offer classes 6 days a week!
Please call our facility for more information or view our class schedules and membership rates. There is a $25 assessment fee for your personalized, one-on-one assessment with a Rock Steady Coach.
To get started, each student must also have the following completed:
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Watch this brief HBO segment on Parkinson's and the history of Rock Steady Boxing