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Ballina Community Sports Centre is a vibrant not-for-profit organisation located in the heart of the community. It aims to provide a socially inclusive and affordable environment that addresses the health and leisure needs of the local community through the provision of top class facilities and expert fitness advice. Ballina Community Sports Centre offers the following services to the people of Ballina and the surrounding areas: Multi-purpose sports hall, fitness gym including vibration platform, fitness classes, steamroom and sauna multi-purpose meeting rooms, tennis courts (operated by Ballina Tennis Club) and a monster bingo (first Tuesday of every month). The multi-purpose sports hall can be used for a wide range of activities including soccer, basketball and badminton. Children’s birthday parties are especially welcome.
More than 200 cyclists from all over Ireland completed the second Étape Connemara 150km cycling challenge in aid of the fight against heart disease and stroke.
It brought the traffic to a standstill while it passed up Bridge Street - but it wasn't a protest march. Cars beeped and people waved - but it wasn't a wedding. One hundred people rushed into action when the bell rang - but it wasn't a race.
Galway has a new world champion after powerlifter Ayshea Ullah O’Toole took gold at the World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation World Championships in Dusseldorf.
For those who, despite hopes of excercising this summer, have found their motivation begining to suffer, the Coast Club is offering to help along the way.
The new Coca-Cola Zero branded bikes, which will be used as part of the Galway Bike Rental Scheme, are to be unveiled at the Spanish Arch this morning.
The Tour de Merlin Woods will take place in Doughiska from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday.
It’s never too late to get fit, and it’s certainly not too late to get fit for summer.
Since launching their successful physiotherapy service last year, Whelehans staff are often asked are all ‘physios’ the same? Unfortunately the answer is no. Unlike other medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, up until recently there has been no protection in Irish law for the title of physiotherapist in Ireland. This means that in essence, anyone such as a ‘massage therapist’ or ‘sports therapist’ has been able to assume the name of ‘physiotherapist’.
Whether you are an habitual exerciser or just starting out on the road to fitness, you will encounter a time when your motivation level will suffer. Sometimes it may even drop off a cliff.