It has been shown through various studies that the practice of boxing can be of great help in mitigating the effects of the disease, thanks to the various benefits that come from the practice of this sport.

In general, among the various aspects, boxing works on the gradual loss of movement, the appearance of muscle stiffness, the loss of coordination, balance, motor response and slowness of movements.

Specifically, continuous training with a particular type of boxing (without contact) stimulates the production of dopamine, whose deficit in the brain is closely related to Parkinson's. This increase in the hormone is in itself due to the boxing training program itself, which works on coordination, simultaneous motor response following external stimulation, freedom of movement, and working on multiple physical areas.

Boxing can, therefore, help to mitigate and, consequently, to slow down the problems deriving from the disease, improving the quality of life of the people who suffer from it.

  • Improve self-esteem
  • Increase in bone and muscle mass
  • Relieve tension and stress
  • Improve cardiovascular health by improving physical endurance
  • Improves coordination, balance and body posture


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