Now that you have your copy of Parkinson’s Exercise Essentials: Getting Started, Staying Motivated and Seeing Results., we want you to stay motivated and stick with your exercise program.
On this page, you’ll find printable exercise sheets for the At Home and Fitness Center routines as seen on the DVD. Explore the links to other resources to support your efforts and help you progress your routine. Keep checking this page, because we’ll be adding videos and more information soon.
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- At Home Exercise Printable Instructions
- Fitness Center Printable Instructions
- Target Heart Rate Table
- Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale
Additional Resources on Exercise and Parkinson’s
- ADPA Rehab Resource Center at Boston University
- American College of Sports Medicine
- Published Research on Exercise and Parkinson’s
Fitness Center Cardio Equipment
Thinking of exercising at your community fitness center but not sure where to start? If you’re new to this kind of exercise, watch our video tour of some of the most common types of cardio machines. The trainers on staff should be able to help you find the best machine to meet your needs and make sure that it’s adjusted properly to fit you. Don’t forget to ask if anyone on staff has familiarity with Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders. Even if they don’t, they might be able to refer you to a trainer or physical therapist in your area who can help design a program that’s perfect for you.
Related Davis Phinney Foundation Programs
Every Victory Counts®: Essential Information and Inspiration for a Lifetime of Wellness with Parkinson’s Disease
This indispensable volume was developed by movement disorder specialists and is designed to help people living with Parkinson’s and their families manage the disease and improve quality of life through proactive self-care.
Living Well Challenge™ Educational Webinar Series
View on-demand webisodes featuring movement disorder experts speaking on topics of interest to people affected by Parkinson’s disease. Discuss your own experiences and impressions with family, friends and support group, and devise your own action plan to help you be informed, involved and connected.
The Victory Summit® National Symposia Series
As many as 1,000 people come together in local communities for a day of inspiration and learning, with presentations by nationally recognized researchers, clinicians and physical therapists. Check to see if The Victory Summit is coming to a city near you.
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