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 end
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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 end

Cathie Anderson covers health care for The Bee. Growing up, her blue-collar parents paid out of pocket for care. She joined The Bee in 2002, with roles including business columnist and features editor. She previously worked at papers including the Dallas Morning News, Detroit News and Austin American-Statesman.