Bryan Jensen suffered from age ten to sixteen before being diagnosed by Dr. Mahlon De Long, Emory Brain Health with Generalized Dystonia, which typically begins during childhood or adolescence, often without additional neurological symptoms; dystonia that is not limited to a single part of the body but affects multiple muscle groups throughout the body. Bryan received double DBS at the age of 16 and had to shift his boxing training focus from contact to non-contact. His lifelong journey has given Bryan great insight and commitment to helping others. Bryan now dedicates seven days a week to teaching and helping people with Parkinson’s. He owns and operates Steele Boxing and Athletics, Sandy Springs with partner Christian Steele.