Rock Steady Boxing in Mountain Home
Parkinson’s Disease Strength Building Program
Through the efforts of the Mruk Family Education Center on Aging,
Rock Steady Boxing has come to Mountain Home! Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) is a program for those
with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), and it is a great way to enhance
their daily quality of life. This program has the potential to build power,
strength, flexibility, and balance where it was once been lost because
of this degenerative disease.
Rock Steady Boxing Mountain Home coaches have been trained in the RSB methods
to help participants fight their way out of the PD corner and help them
feel and function better! Non-contact boxing works because it moves the
body in all planes of motion while continuously changing the routine as
participants move through the workout sessions. These classes can help
anyone with PD at any stage.
How to Sign Up
The Mruk Family Education Center on Aging is excited to reach out to our
Parkinson's community by offering this innovative program that is
making a big difference in the lives of many people. The first step is
to call the MFECOA at (870) 508-3880 to receive a new member’s packet.
From there, participants will need a Primary Care Physician's authorization
to participate and a referral to the Baxter Regional Medical Center Physical
Therapy Department. After an assessment by a Physical Therapist, participants
will be referred to the Rock Steady Boxing Mountain Home program and be
well on their way to fighting back against Parkinson's Disease!
All classes are held at the Rock Steady Boxing Mountain Home facility located
at Mountain Home Athletic Club, 514 Coley Drive, Mountain Home, AR 72653.
For complete details, contact Diahanne VanGulick, MFECOA Coordinator, at
(870) 508-3881 or
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