Pedaling for Parkinson’s Online & On-Demand!
IT’S TIME TO DUST OFF THAT STATIONARY BIKE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SEVERAL ONLINE (RECORDED AND IN-PERSON) PEDALING FOR PARKINSON’S CLASSES. CYCLING HAS BEEN SHOWN TO REDUCE THE SYMPTOMS OF PARKINSON’S https://my.clevelandclinic.org/patient-stories/434-cycle-riders-may-speed-research-to-slow-down-parkinsons-disease
LET’S GET PEDALING!!
Have you ever wished that you could turn on your computer any time of the day or night and join a PFP ride? Well, now you can. Below are three PFP classes that were recorded and published for public access. But first, here are two live online class series that are available 6-days per week. If you have attended any of our online classes in the past, you may use your class password to attend any of the current classes. If you lost your password or never registered for an online class, then click the button at the bottom of this page to “Join an Online Class.”
Live, Online ClassesM-W-F with Tom @ 10:30 AM Mountain Time. Launch Zoom and join meeting #991 6010 6963Tu-Th-Sat with John @ 9:00 AM Eastern Time. Launch Zoom and join meeting #815 1440 7600
Prerecorded, On-demand Classes
Dr. Jay Alberts, Pedaling for Parkinson’s Founder teaches a PFP class.
Parkinson’s Foundation, Fitness Fridays hosts Pedaling for Parkinson’s Instructor, John Tomeny and a few of his students.
John Tomeny, and four PFP communities join forces to host the Parkinson’s Foundation, Revolution 2021 Fundraiser.
|OCTOBER 20, 2021|
Join us for a special FREE Online PFP classYou are invited to join PFP in an online class hosted at the Parkinson’s Wellness Project’s “TulipFest” on Wednesday, Oct. 20. Please join us virtually anytime between 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM Eastern Time. You may drop in for any part of the class and stay for as long – or short – as you would like. Class instructor, John Tomeny, will be spinning a variety of tunes and taking requests. You’ll also be able to interact with people attending the event in person.For login instructions, send an email to John Tomeny <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|PFP Music Playlists|
For our Spotify fans… Pedaling for Parkinson’s is on Spotify. Search for “Pedaling for Parkinson’s,” then, skip past the playlists and scroll down to the Profiles.
There you will find the Pedaling for Parkinson’s® Profile. Click on it, and you’ll see an ever-expanding collection of music playlists designed for the PFP cycling protocol of 10 min – 60 RPM, 40 min – 80 RPM, 10 min – 60 RPM.