Rock Steady boxing helping Parkinson's patients

Rocksteady Boxing is a vigorous form of exercise

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Rocksteady Boxing is a vigorous form of exercise that helps people with Parkinson's disease improve their motor skills, speed, accuracy, balance and rhythm. Patients develop friendships and interact with other patients with movement disorders. (Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr.)

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