High Intensity Fitness Helps a Dozen People with Parkinson’s at CrossFit 561

February 28, 2021 by
Photo Credit: CrossFit 561 (instagram.com/crossfit561)

When Nick Penizotto heard about how high intensity exercise can help those with Parkinson’s disease, he knew it was a population he could help. Three years later, he’s actively working with a dozen people with the disease, helping them improve their quality of life. 

Remind me: Parkinson’s is a degenerative disease that causes a deterioration in motor skills, balance, speech and sensory function. 

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