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  • Fitness classes offer a puncher’s chance against Parkinson’s

    Fitness trainer Melissa Tafoya runs the Sacramento region's first Rock Steady Boxing affiliate, a fitness regime that uses noncontact boxing drills to help people with Parkinson's improve their agility, hand-eye and foot coordination, muscular endurance, speed and overall strength.

Fitness trainer Melissa Tafoya runs the Sacramento region's first Rock Steady Boxing affiliate, a fitness regime that uses noncontact boxing drills to help people with Parkinson's improve their agility, hand-eye and foot coordination, muscular endurance, speed and overall strength. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Fitness trainer Melissa Tafoya runs the Sacramento region's first Rock Steady Boxing affiliate, a fitness regime that uses noncontact boxing drills to help people with Parkinson's improve their agility, hand-eye and foot coordination, muscular endurance, speed and overall strength. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
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Fitness classes offer a puncher’s chance against Parkinson’s

July 16, 2016 5:00 PM

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Cathie Anderson connects you to local businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofits by gathering insights and strategies from business leaders of large companies as well as small startups. She's been preparing for this assignment for years, with positions that include assistant business editor at The Detroit News and The Dallas Morning News, and business editor and features editor at The Sacramento Bee. Contact her at canderson@sacbee.com or 916-321-1193. Twitter: @CathieA_SacBee.