Warrior Success Stories

Charles Imbracsio
Hometown: North Reading, MA

Age Diagnosed with Parkinson’s: 79

Home Gym: Enforma Fitness

“Being active is 100% important while living with Parkinson’s.”

P4P Warrior Charles Imbracsio

What are your symptoms?

Quivering bottom lip. Gaunt face. Small writing. Decreased endurance and balance.

How did you hear about Punches 4 Parkinson’s (P4P)?

Through my trainer, Rebecca LeSaffre of Everlasting Fitness.

How important do you feel it is to stay physically active while living with Parkinson’s?

Being active is 100% important while living with Parkinson’s.

How has training with P4P impacted your symptoms?

I feel I am improving, with recent physical and mental training,

Have you ever boxed before P4P?

No

Besides for training your body, how else does the organization support you?

I feel great after a session and look forward to the next. It has helped in my mind and body.

What does the organization mean to you, and how has it impacted your life?

I am grateful to everyone who wants me to move forward. especially Rebecca my trainer.

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