Warrior Success Stories

Eric Sacon

Hometown: Walpole, MA

Home Gym: DeSario Training

“It is one of the most important things to stay active while living with Parkinson’s! It helps me emotionally and physically. I would recommend anyone diagnosed to start early.”

P4P Warrior Eric Sacon

What are your symptoms?

Balance
Tremors
Sleep disorder

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

Through a friend in another program

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

It is one of the most important things to stay active while living with Parkinson’s! It helps me emotionally and physically. I would recommend anyone diagnosed to start early.

How has training with P4P impacted your symptoms?

P4P is my medicine and it is free! P4P and DTS have helped me gain my balance back and improved my walking. At P4P and DTS We don’t get treated like we have Parkinson’s, We get treated like fighters because that’s what we are!

Have you ever boxed before P4P?

No never

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