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People with Parkinson’s fight disease symptoms through pedaling, punching

Classes are offered five days a week to help slow the progressions

Jeff Kaplan, center, warms up for boxing, following instructor Karrie Inman, right, in the Rock Steady Boxing class for Parkinson's disease on March 21 at the Whatcom Family YMCA. Inman, the director of healthy living, leads a series of fitness classes throughout the week for people living with Parkinson's disease. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
Pedaling and punching at Whatcom Family YMCA helps people with Parkinson’s disease fight back
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