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Knocking it out on
Such an honor to speak at the "New Frontiers in Parkinson's: Back to the Future" Symposium sponsored by Boston Scientific and the PAGDB.
Great Event for our Knockouts! Team! RSB JAX was honored to knock out PD with attendees!
We loved getting attendees moving with a quick workout demo!
Many Thanks to All for another fun & successful event!
Thank you Lucky's Market Neptune Beach for allowing JAX HOPE INC to be a Community Partner in your "Bags for Change" program!
We are grateful to be the recipient of a
2019 Parkinson's Foundation Community Grant!
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The Knockouts -
Winner of the "Largest Team of Registered Participants"
for the 3rd year!
Happy Birthday RSB Jacksonville!
January 9, 2019 marks 2 years of fighting back & 2 years of winning!
We are Winners!
Great Turnout on Sat., Nov. 10th! Our team, The Knockouts, won 3 awards -
Largest Team (60), Biggest Fundraising Team (almost 3k!), and Best Team Shirt!
Front Page News!
Ponte Vedra resident with Parkinson’s disease founds boxing nonprofit to fight back
Hero of the Year
RSB Jax Founder, Kristen Gray, awarded First Coast Parkinson's Run "Hero of the Year" award for 2018
Our "Pints for Parkinson's" FUNdraiser at Southern Swells Brewing Co. on 9/24/17 was a blast! Thanks to all donors, sponsors, and the 200+ friends who came out to support our fight!
Thank you Lucky's Market Neptune Beach for the opportunity to raise awareness and change!
Thank you Beach Bowl for hosting our 6 month celebration!
First Coast Parkinson's Run 2017
...And the award for the "Largest Team of Registered Participants" goes to...
Rock Steady Boxing Jax's "Knockouts!"
NEW STUDY ON RSB:
The University of Indianapolis recently completed a 2 year longitudinal study, comparing quality of life benefits of those with PD participating in Rock Steady Boxing and those participating in other more typical exercise. The study isn't out in print, but take a look at the findings reported in this video...