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Punching Back Against Parkinson's

Research has shown that high intensity, strenuous, interval-type training proves physical, mental, and emotional health especially people with Parkinson’s. Boxing may be a neuroprotective way of slowing down the progress of Parkinson’s and mitigating the symptoms. In fact, academic institutions have documented better quality of life for people with Parkinson’s who participate in Rock Steady Boxing programs.

In-Home Services & Training Programs

Right at Home works with many wellness and transportation plans when creating custom care plans. Partnering our in-home care services with Rock Steady and Beyond Fitness training programs as a beneficial program for people with Parkinson’s. Through training programs like these seniors are improving muscle flexibility and strength, balance, quickness, range of motion, and stamina. Not surprisingly, through partnerships like these seniors are boosting camaraderie, confidence, and enthusiasm.

What is Power Hour?

Rock Steady Boxing Classes - Beyond Fitness Delray Beach

5848 W Atlantic Avenue #141, Delray Beach, FL 33484

Day/s Time/s Class Level
Monday 10:30am-11:30am Beginner
Monday 1:30pm - 2:30pm Advanced
Tuesday 10:30am-11:30am Beginner
Tuesday 1:30pm - 2:30pm Advanced
Wednesday 10:30am-11:30am Beginner
Thursday 10:30am-11:30am Beginner
Friday 10:30am-11:30am Beginner
Friday 1:30pm - 2:30pm Advanced

Rock Steady Boxing Classes -Florida Movement Therapy Centers

12040 South Jog Road, Suite 8, Boynton Beach, FL 33437

Day/s Time/s Class Level
Monday and Friday 4pm-5pm Beginner
Tuesday and Thursday 2pm-3pm Beginner
Tuesday and Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm Beginner
Saturdays 2pm - 3pm Beginner

Rock Steady Boxing Classes -TITLE Boxing Club of Wellington

2863 South State Road 7 Suite 100, Wellington, Florida 33414

Day/s Time/s Class Level
Tuesday and Thursday 2pm-3pm Beginner

What does a typical Rock Steady Power Hour look like?

Rock Steady Power Hour uses boxing training to develop hand-eye coordination, endurance, footwork quickness, agility, flexibility, balance, and speed. There is no experience necessary and boxers begin training at their own fitness levels, but be prepared to challenge your body and mind!

  • Warm-up: Stretching, cardio and bodyweight exercises to warm up, loosen, and stretch muscles.
  • Bell to Bell: Wrap your hands; put on your gloves! Box for eight 3-minute rounds with active rests between rounds. God through several stations, including the heavy bags, speed bag, double-end bag, and the ring.
  • Core Workout/Cool Down: Using medicine balls and the heavy bag, work your core strength, the foundation for body wholeness.

Find out more about our Rock Steady classes by contacting us.

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