Delay of the Disease


John Banks, left to right, gets instruction on an exercise technique from YMCA wellness instructor and youth sports coordinator Matthew Linsey, both of Sidney, during a Parkinson’s disease exercise class Thursday, April 25. Also stepping in and out of the ground ladder is Dave Baker, of Piqua. The Parkinson’s disease exercise class is called Delay of the Disease. It is designed to help people fighting Parkinson’s disease continue to function as well as possible in daily life.

John Banks, left to right, gets instruction on an exercise technique from YMCA wellness instructor and youth sports coordinator Matthew Linsey, both of Sidney, during a Parkinson’s disease exercise class Thursday, April 25. Also stepping in and out of the ground ladder is Dave Baker, of Piqua. The Parkinson’s disease exercise class is called Delay of the Disease. It is designed to help people fighting Parkinson’s disease continue to function as well as possible in daily life.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

John Banks, left to right, gets instruction on an exercise technique from YMCA wellness instructor and youth sports coordinator Matthew Linsey, both of Sidney, during a Parkinson’s disease exercise class Thursday, April 25. Also stepping in and out of the ground ladder is Dave Baker, of Piqua. The Parkinson’s disease exercise class is called Delay of the Disease. It is designed to help people fighting Parkinson’s disease continue to function as well as possible in daily life.

John Banks, left to right, gets instruction on an exercise technique from YMCA wellness instructor and youth sports coordinator Matthew Linsey, both of Sidney, during a Parkinson’s disease exercise class Thursday, April 25. Also stepping in and out of the ground ladder is Dave Baker, of Piqua. The Parkinson’s disease exercise class is called Delay of the Disease. It is designed to help people fighting Parkinson’s disease continue to function as well as possible in daily life.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/04/web1_SDN042619YMCA.jpgJohn Banks, left to right, gets instruction on an exercise technique from YMCA wellness instructor and youth sports coordinator Matthew Linsey, both of Sidney, during a Parkinson’s disease exercise class Thursday, April 25. Also stepping in and out of the ground ladder is Dave Baker, of Piqua. The Parkinson’s disease exercise class is called Delay of the Disease. It is designed to help people fighting Parkinson’s disease continue to function as well as possible in daily life. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News