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Jeffrey, who has been training in martial arts since he was just 6 years old, travels to nursing homes and holds karate classes with seniors.
And the pandemic has not stopped the 15-year-old from continuing to help these seniors. He explains his classes are held outdoors, are socially distanced, and everyone wears a mask while training.
He says the karate classes are also helping to improve his students' health. One participant was previously taking 4 medications for her diabetes, but since she began exercising more and taking his karate class, 3 of her pills have been eliminated.
"Just seeing that makes my heart melt," the teen black belt tells The Doctors.