high intensity exercise

jay-alberts RAGBRAI - Davis Phinney Foundation

29 Sep: A Timeline of Jay Alberts’ Parkinson’s Research

Dr. Alberts has dedicated 17 years to studying the effects of exercise, primarily forced cycling, on motor and non-motor performance. Each project has inspired the next, and the research continually supports the belief that forced and high-intensity aerobic exercise improves motor function (and more) in people with Parkinson’s.