"A lot of times people look at the negative side of what they feel they can't do.
I always look on the positive side of what I can do." -- Actor Chuck Norris
You have heard it many times -- exercise might be the best medicine for fighting the symptoms of PD. Unfortunately many people can't seem to find a fitness routine they enjoy. For others, the word fitness is akin to an unpleasant four-letter word!
We encourage you to try Rock Steady Boxing College Station.
Our family of PD fighters have discovered that a heavy dose of camaraderie along with a healthy helping of fun allows them
to fight back against PD with exercise.
The Robert Conte Foundation is a licensed affiliate of
Rock Steady Boxing, Inc., a well-known, international
fitness program designed specifically for people with PD.
Locally we offer RSB classes 3 days a week --
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm
Windy Sports & Fitness, 12700 Highway 30, College Station, TX.
We welcome visitors to drop by during any of our classes to witness the energy and dedication of those who have chosen to fight back against their symptoms of PD. We call our RSB participants "fighters" for a good reason.
In addition to boxing classes, numerous people with PD have discovered
the remarkable benefits of Tai Chi. TAMU professor Dr. Suzanne Drolesky
leads a free Tai Chi class specifically for people with PD one day a week --
Monday from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 906 George Bush Drive, College Station, TX