Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, practices boxing with her trainer Muhammed Ali Kardas at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. Donning shiny gloves and purple sneakers, 75-year-old Nancy Van Der Stracten hops into the boxing ring and starts punching in a fight against severe symptoms of Parkinson's disease. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, practices boxing at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. Six years after her diagnosis, the Belgian woman who lives in Turkey discovered the benefits of non-contact boxing by chance while researching the disease. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, practices boxing with her trainer Muhammed Ali Kardas in the ring at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. Parkinson's, a progressive disease that affects millions of people worldwide, produces tremors and stiffness as well as problems walking and speaking. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, practices boxing with her trainer Muhammed Ali Kardas at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, chats with her trainer Muhammed Ali Kardas as they take a break in the ring at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Nancy Van Der Stracten, 75-year-old suffering from Parkinson's disease, poses as she practices boxing at a boxing club in the southern resort city of Antalya, Turkey, February 26, 2021. REUTERS/Umit Bektas