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Parkinson's Exericise and Boxing Program as seen on WPLG 10

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Published on Apr 27, 2008

F.I.R.S.T. Fitness Training of Davie, Florida, has been the biggest secret in South Florida, until now. In addition to offering some of the most effective and unique personal training techniques in the area, they also offer a specialized Parkinson's Exercise Program that includes strength and conditioning exercises and BOXING!

Craig Marks, one of the owners and trainers of F.I.R.S.T., has been a certified personal trainer, athletic trainer and physical therapist for nearly 20 years. For over 14 years, he has been providing this very unique program for individuals living with Parkinson's and other neurological illnesses, but on a one to one basis. For the past year 1/2, he has found great success by providing the program to groups of individuals. The results are absolutely amazing. He has copyrighted and trademarked his program, the "Vestibulo-Arts" program, which combines fitness training, balance and coordination training, a simplified form of Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi and Boxing. His program has now attracted attention from several leading Parkinson's physicians in South Florida.

Together with his friend and business partner, O.C. Ibeji, a former collegiate football player and athlete, who for the past 7 years has been a certified personal trainer specializing in sports specific training and non-traditional training methods, they have now taken this wonderful program to the public.

For further details, visit their web site at http://first-fitnesstraining.com or call them at 954-707-9175.

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