There are a lot of Parkinson's fitness programs out there, including Rock Steady Boxing, and there are a lot of reasons why I love them. However, If your only source of Parkinson’s exercise is a group fitness class, you may be doing yourself, your brain, and your future a disservice. Here walk through 3 questions to ask about your group fitness class to see where you can improve.
Have you heard all the hype about cycling for your Parkinson's symptoms? Are you curious what the research says about cycling for Parkinson's or how to get started?
In this post I’ll walk through a variety of options for you to explore the benefits of cycling for Parkinson's, no matter what stage of your Parkinson’s journey you’re in or your activity level.
After running a Parkinson’s-specialized physical therapy practice for 3+ years, seeing and talking to thousands of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, I can tell you I recognize a significant pattern: People who are shrouded in anxiety, fear, worry, and stress have the hardest time.
The challenge is that knowing stress is bad for your prognosis only exacerbates the problem. You can’t just “get over it.” So, what can you do when you’re absolutely overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, and fear? The research suggests a powerful Dynamic Duo that may help you calm that crazy mind of yours.
We've heard a lot lately about mindfulness and Parkinson's Disease, and today we're talking about what it means and how big of an impact it can have on your Parkinson's symptoms. So, while it may be tempting to watch TV during your workout, in this week's post, Sarah discusses why distracting yourself from your workout may be doing more harm than good!
Have you been diagnosed with Parkinson's and hate to exercise? Do you have trouble finding enough motivation to stay consistent with your exercise program? In this week's post, Sarah discusses the one small mindset shift that can help you change your perspective and create big brain changes as a result!