Fitness Fridays

Each week, as part of the PD Health @ Home program, these free Fitness Friday videos focus on different aspects of exercise designed to support people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD). 

Work out to our NEW range of videos led by Parkinson’s fitness programs from across the country, including some Parkinson’s Foundation Community Grant recipients. Create your own tailored Fitness Friday experience and take your workout to the next level combining past classes in our Fitness Friday playlist.

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July 23 | Pedaling for Parkinson’s

Instructor: John Tomeny, Pedaling for Parkinson’s Ride Leader (Parkinfit.org)

Pedaling For Parkinson’s (PFP) was founded by Dr. Jay Alberts, a neuroscientist and researcher at the Cleveland Clinic, and Cathy Frazier, a woman living with Parkinson’s disease. They discovered that cycling reduced Cathy’s symptoms. John Tomeny, a Parkinson’s Research Advocate with the Parkinson’s Foundation and lifelong cyclist/spinning enthusiast, will lead the weekly PFP Indoor Cycling classes. Mr. Tomeny is a Licensed Pedaling for Parkinson’s class instructor.

You can find all our Fitness Friday videos on YouTube.

We ask that you consult your care team about concerns and recommendations before trying new exercises. The Parkinson’s Foundation is in no way liable or responsible for injuries sustained from online classes.

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