Who and why could or should go for paraboxing? With classic boxing, it would probably be easier for a healthy individual to respond, but the paraboxing industry is an unexplored zone, especially in Slovakia, so I will answer for myself as a handicapped wheelchair user who had an amputated leg in 2020 and trains paraboxing. Ever since I lost my leg, it's as if life has turned upside down. Suddenly everything was ten times more difficult, I didn't want to go anywhere until social isolation came to a gradual lockdown non-lockdown. I became sitting at home. And not a single sick person can allow that. Thus, to offend no one, paraboxing is designed for children and adults from among:
of course, provided that the decision to embark on paraboxing training is approved by each applicant's attending physician. Even from minors, we ask to prove ourselves by confirming the consent of a doctor, which they must bring to us, together with the declaration of consent to paraboxing trainings of at least one legal representative (parent).
Adults interested in paraboxing trainings are fully responsible for themselves and by starting paraboxing training, they voluntarily agree with the training criteria and acknowledge the risk of physical injuries due to their severity and take full responsibility for any health or psychological harm and give up any claim for the possible possibility of recovery of tangible or intangible compensation or reimbursement of possible medical costs from the paraboxing trainer, training participants as well as from the Slovak Parabox Association and its employees.
PLEASE point out in advance that in the case of minor paraboxerists, as in some diagnoses as well as in adults, at least one legal representative (parent) or legally known responsible accompanying person (personal assistant, personal assistant, medical assistant) must be present in the gym during the training process. , etc.).
These are diagnoses such as autism, Down's syndrome, attention and perception disorders, the visually impaired and those interested in paraboxing, for whom this necessity will be evaluated by the box trainer before arranging trainings, which is why we reserve the right.
Please do not consider this requirement discriminatory, we are based on experience with paraboxing abroad and it is about safety of both trained and coaching and ensuring smoothness without a problematic course of training and with regard to all who participate.
We also reserve the right to exclude the trainer from the training at any time at our own discretion without explanation and to reject the person interested in paraboxing trainings !!!
What will the exerciser gain from paraboxing training?
On May 1, 2015, for the first time in history, a parabox match between handicapped fighters, wheelchair users, Štěpán Hyka vs Štěpán Beneš took place in the open air in the Folimanka Park in Prague.
See for yourself how this duel of strong personalities turned out.
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Down syndrome is a genetic disease caused by abnormal cell division that results in a complete or partial copy of chromosome 21. This fact is the reason for the designation of trisomy 21. Excess chromosome causes complications in cells. This manifests itself in the development of developmental errors and physical and mental disorders. The disease is the most common genetic chromosomal disorder and causes lifelong intellectual disability and developmental delay. The literature reports the incidence of the disease in one child per 500-1,000 live births.
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