Non-profit and Serving the Entire Community. Scranton, PA

Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 that gives people with Parkinson’s disease hope by improving their quality of life through a non-contact, boxing-inspired fitness curriculum. RSB’s mission is to empower people to “fight back” against Parkinson’s disease and enrich both individuals and the community by improving the wellness of older adults. RSB is the only organization in the world well-positioned with an effective, replicable model to address the quality of life needs of men and women dealing with Parkinson’s disease today. The Jewish Home is adding RSB to its host of community programs and invites you to become a volunteer!

This is the program outline:

Train to Become A Coach Online

Upon registration, attendees receive a link to start their coursework via the online certification training. This must be completed no later than 2 weeks before your scheduled seminar date.

ONLINE COURSE TABLE OF CONTENTS

Round 1: We Are Rock Steady

Round 2: Know Your Opponent – Parkinson’s disease

Round 3: Ring Strategy – How Rock Steady Fights Back Against PD

Round 4: Philosophy and Fight-Back Attitude

Round 5: Preparing for the Fight – RSB Curriculum

Round 6: Pre-Fight Checkup – Intake and Assessment

Round 7: About Boxing

Round 8: Boxing-Specific Exercises

Round 9: Boxing Moves

Round 10: Equipment-Specific Routines

Round 11: Core Work

Round 12: Building an RSB-Style Workout

Round 13: Health & Safety

Round 14: RSB-Quality Customer Service

Round 15: Coaching Volunteers and Cornermen

Live Training

Training must be conducted at one of the following locations on the scheduled date:

  • June 19 – Stroudsburg, PA
  • All live certification courses are scheduled from 8 am- 4 pm at every location. Course content includes:
  • Basic Boxing Skills
  • Boxing Workout
  • Boxing Equipment Discussion
  • Neurologist or Movement Disorder Specialist Q & A Session
  • Business Presentation
  • Observation of RSB Parkinson’s Boxing Class
  • *Catered lunch included 

Contact Nicole Lipinski, RN, MS, ADC-MC, CDP at (570) 344-6177 ext 1113 or via email to learn more or register as a volunteer for this program.