Fitness Exercise Designed for Individuals With Parkinson’s
All of our classes are designed to improve the overall health and the quality of life for people with Parkinson’s disease. These are held six days a week, each day with a different focus.
Mondays are focused on advanced high-intensity interval training (HIIT) circuit classes. This program is designed for veteran boot campers and is a 40-minute circuit with additional cognitive and balance training.
The circuit training days are on Tuesdays and Fridays. These days, classes are focused on full body movements that get the heart rate up. There are also targeted moves that are helpful for people with Parkinson’s!
On Wednesdays and Saturdays, instructor-led strength training using free weights is what we do. These are designed for those who want to build strength, and it is a great addition to boot camp workouts!
Thursdays are reserved for advanced HIIT training with 30 minutes of yoga immediately following exercise. This is not only healthy, but it is also a vital component for those with Parkinson’s in order to maintain balance and mobility and to delay the progression of the disease.