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Riding an indoor, stationary bicycle has been shown to reduce Parkinson's motor symptoms by as much as 35%. And it's something almost anyone with Parkinson's can do. 

Participants ride indoor, stationary bikes for 1 hour starting with a 10 minute warm up followed by 40 minutes at 80 to 90 RPM with resistance, and a 10 minute cool down. 

Available online and live, in-person at more than 150 facilities across the country. Join a Pedaling For Parkinson's indoor cycling group and Exercise Your Brain !

New from PFP - Ride with Jay (Alberts)

Jay Alberts, PhD, pioneering researcher on forced exercise for Parkinson's Disease, led his first Pedaling for Parkinson's class for the Twitchy Woman (@twitchywoman7269). Enjoy this class led by the man that started this revolution.  Click here to learn more about the TwitchyWoman and women living with Parkinsons

New PFP Online Class Added

Pedaling for Parkinson's is adding a third class option to our online program.  Beginning Tuesday, April 4, 2023, Stacey Macaluso will kick-off the new afternoon class starting at 2:30PM CST.  While Stacey will lead the Tue and Thu sessions, Morgan Bolger will lead the Saturday class. 

Stacey is all too familiar with the benefits exercise offers people living with Parkinson's. Nationally recognized leader and coach, she was most recently nominated as Rock Steady Boxing's Coach of the year.  She recently accepted an Ambassador position with the Davis Phinney Foundation, yet still makes time to coach, train and develop riders. For more information on PFP Online and to register for classes, click here.

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