B-Mo Fit Partners with Rock Steady Boxing
New Program Empowers People with Parkinson's
Sarasota, Florida (March 2, 2017) – B-Mo Fit, an independent provider of fitness services, is now affiliated with a nationally recognized exercise program called Rock Steady Boxing. Designed to help people with Parkinson’s disease fight their disease, the program uses the fundamentals of boxing training combined with specific exercises.
“When I first learned about Rock Steady Boxing from Leslie Stalls on 60 Minutes I was intrigued so I did some more research,” recalls Maureen Corristan, owner of B-Mo Fit. “I
contacted Parkinson's Place and Neuro Challenge to learn about the local community and I called my longtime friend and colleague Tony Spain to see if he would like to help me bring this program to Sarasota.”
Sarasota Parkinson's patient Michael Chafee played an integral role in introducing Tony and Maureen to the program and invited them to attend training in Indianapolis. After
completing the certification process in January and scheduling the first few classes, BMo Fit has seen tremendous level of interest in the new program.
“We’ve had students come from as far away as Myakka,” according to Corristan, “which was a surprise, but the best part about the Rock Steady Boxing program has been
meeting these people. Everyone in the community has been so supportive and so appreciative of this service, it just warms my heart ever time I think about it.”
Rock Steady Boxing
Studies have shown this style of rigorous exercise can reverse, reduce, and delay the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. For more information about Rock Steady Boxing SRQ, including class times and student requirements, please visit the B-Mo Fit website at www.bmofit.com.
You are invited to attend the Rock Steady Boxing Open House on Thursday, March 16 from 11:30am to 1:00pm. However, space is limited so please call (941) 320-6507 or email email@example.com.
About B-Mo Fit
Over the past 28 years, Maureen has worked in the fields of Athletic Training, Physical Therapy and Performance Training. In 2007 she launched B-Mo Fit, a program that
integrates core, balance and corrective exercises used in injury prevention and rehabilitation with strength, agility and rapid fat loss exercises used in performance training. For more information call (941) 320-6507 or visit www.bmofit.com.
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