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Undefeated! is the world’s first and only Shadow Boxing Program for Parkinson’s. Boxing quickly improves balance & strength and may help reduce freezing. Patrick teaches you how to shadow box your way to improved and health and function with fun and effective workouts filmed in beautiful California settings. You’ll learn to move like a boxer and get improvements in strength and balance that make you feel more functional. This fun and effective program includes 7 workouts and a boxer’s conditioning program adapted for Parkinson's!
During the COVID-19 shelter in place, Patrick began a live online Parkinson's exercise class. He recorded many of them and uploaded them to the On Demand Platform. Equipment used during this class are: 2 hand weights, gym towel, ball and exercise tubing.
Patrick runs you through a boxer's conditioning session which includes full body punches, push ups, body supported rows, planks and stretches. You'll also be using balance and coordinated movement to fire up your power.
You'll learn to integrate the instructions from the first lesson into your workout. You'll move, slip and punch like a boxer! Dedicate yourself to learning these fundamental movements which will be used on all levels. Let's get to work!
You'll need to review this segment before attempting the Advanced workout. Once you master these movements you'll be "floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee!" -Mohammad Ali, Champion Boxer! Once you complete this video and workout you should be able to shadow box like a pro. Become cre...
Patrick has adapted a boxer's workout to specifically address your Parkinson's symptoms. This conditioning program is tough! It includes exercises performed by professional boxers and modifies them so that they address the issues an individual with Parkinson's may face. It's fun, challenging and ...