Help Us Knock Out Parkinson’s
Punch 4 Parkinson’s (P4P) is a charitable organization focused on developing, implementing and funding non-combat boxing programs for those suffering from Parkinson’s Disease. Research has shown that high-intensity exercise like boxing slows and oftentimes reverses the progression of Parkinson’s symptoms, and we’ve seen first-hand the remarkable physical and cognitive benefits.
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Parkinson’s & MS Warriors Funded
Annual cost to fund one warrior
Every 9 Minutes
Someone is diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease
Our Impact on Parkinson’s Disease
Established in 2015, Punch 4 Parkinson’s has raised over $1 million and supported over 400 Warriors in combating Parkinson’s each day. We partner with carefully vetted boxing training centers sanctioned through USA Boxing, Inc. to provide hands-on training, giving those with Parkinson’s a fighting chance at a longer, better quality life.
Did you know? We also support Warriors battling multiple sclerosis (MS)
How boxing can help people with Parkinson’s
High intensity exercise is proven to be beneficial for slowing the progression of Parkinson’s as well as other chronic diseases including MS and ALS. As one of the top types of exercises recommended for people with Parkinson’s, the boxing regimen incorporates stretching, punching, core and footwork, vocal exercises, and mental sequencing. Healthcare practitioners have seen improvement in their patients Parkinson’s symptoms, including:
Improves gait, balance, and flexibility
Combats loss of voice
Stimulates neurological activity in the brain
Improves agility and hand-eye coordination
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Join us on April 1st for a night of celebrating Punch 4 Parkinson’s at our annual Gala which will be held at Lombardo’s in Randolph, MA.
Warrior Success Stories
Meet P4P Warrior Eric Sacon
Eric believes it is one of the most important things to stay active while living with Parkinson’s! It helps him emotionally and physically. I would recommend anyone diagnosed to start early.
Meet P4P Warrior Beverly Brindle
I find myself encouraging others with PD I’ve either met or heard about to do this or some form of regular exercise.
Meet P4P Warrior Charles Imbracsio
I feel great after a session and look forward to the next. It has helped in my mind and body.
Are you or someone you know interested in support through our boxing training program?