10 Week Challenge Wrap up week – Progress

Here you can check in and review the progress you have made across the 10 Weeks of the Challenge.

Comparing your results

Please take the time to re-do your self-assessment and compare this to the one you did during Prep Week.

If your results stayed the same or if you made small improvements in your outcome scores, then good for you! Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition so even staying the same in terms of your outcome scores is a victory.

Of course, everyone improves at different levels and this can depend on many things including how much time you spent doing the exercises, how much effort you put in and also, how much feedback you got during the program. It is no secret why personal training is a $500 million dollar industry. Most people do better when they are being watched, pushed and encouraged.

If you found that you had enormous gains, either in movement, mindset, fatigue levels, focus and memory then give yourself a huge pat on the back. Either way, you have worked hard so please take some time to reward yourself and celebrate with others.

You can also download your reflection journal & the tracker report to get an idea of how your mindset and exercise output has changed (hopefully for the better) across the 10 Weeks.




The tracker is designed to help you track the amount of time you spend in scheduled exercise each day. Scheduled exercise is activity you have prioritised in your day for health and to help slow your Parkinson’s down. This might include PD Warrior exercise, fast walking, golfing, going to the gym etc. It does not include incidental activity such as housework & gardening (although we hope this increases too). The aim of the tracker is to help you build an exercise habit and to keep you accountable, so try and enter something each day.
At the end of the 10 Week Challenge you can download and review your overall performance.

Tribe 365 Community Guidelines


The goal of the Tribe 365 community is to share relevant Parkinson’s Disease information and resources, and support fellow members through the highs and lows of their journey with Parkinson’s Disease.

In order to meet the goals of this community, it’s important for members to feel like they are in a safe place that is populated by people with shared interests. As such, we request that you read and adhere to the guidelines that follow.


  • Respect the privacy and personal information of other members
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We will take action when we see someone violating these guidelines. We request that all community members report behaviour that violates our guidelines to a member of the PD Warrior Team.

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