Everyone presents differently with their Parkinson’s disease it is therefore important that you are working on the aspects of these exercise principals that are pertinent to you.
Some people have trouble with tremor or anxiety or it may be that you have trouble with falls or bradykinesia. It is important to really think about what your biggest challenges are and apply the principals of exercises to help your needs not the persons next to you.
We try to teach you all the same information so that you can use it to help you, and tailor your exercises, so that way you do an exercise it will be different to how someone else does their exercises.
If your main problem is tremor, you may find it helpful to focus on the force component of the training so power and high effort principals. These principals help adapt your body to stress, which can be a factor that affects tremor, therefore if your body is better able to cope with stress it could help reduce your tremor
If your main problem is bradykinesia or small movements it may be helpful to work on the principal of amplitude, so focusing on big movements to help recalibrate the brain and change what the brain sees as normal movement.
If your main problem is co-ordination, it may be helpful to work on dual tasking as this will help you complexity of tasks.
If your main concerns is balance it may be helpful to complete more balance tasks and work on power to help with muscle strength.
Ultimately it is about you using the knowledge we give you to help empower you to make the choices for your exercise to help improve your daily living.