For the majority of people, finding the motivation to consistently exercise is tough — even when there is nothing really wrong. Now imagine whether you would feel like exercising if you had slowed movement, impaired balance, tremors and perhaps symptoms of depression.

Those are just a few of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), and for many people the natural reaction is, “People with Parkinson’s can’t really exercise, can they?” They can, and PD patients are often found doing their own Tour de France impression on the stationary bicycles inside the University of Delaware’s Exercise Neuroscience Laboratory. Read the full article on UDaily.

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