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Due to the recent outbreak of coronavirus many of us have found ourselves housebound and unable to engage in any of the activities or classes we normally would. This is particularly difficult for older people who are self-isolating.
Cost is considered a major barrier in the pursuit of health and fitness, according to recent research by Irish Health Life.
Galway's first 24 hour gym has already inspired lots of people to make a difference to their health during 2015 and has made a massive impact in its first year of the new opening hours. January is a busy month for the health and fitness industry generally, but extending the opening hours to offer members a more flexible work out-life balance is seeing results. Interest in the 24 hour opening has been incredible, and the positive appeal of the 24 hour opening is sure to interest many. So if you have not put in place your 2016 resolutions yet, it is not too late, visit Active 24 Fitness & Leisure and be inspired.
Fitness professional Ronan Kennedy, who is the co-founder of the newly opened health and fitness studio Lookfit on the Breaffy Road, Castlebar, has just introduced a new exercise programme designed for men.
Lookfit, a new health and fitness studio located at the Old Volex building on the Breaffy Road (beside Ezliving), is run by fitness expert Michelle Kennedy and aims to provide a friendly environment for people to achieve their health and fitness goals.
As part of the ongoing positive mental health campaign lauched by singer Bressie, the Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe will be hosting a talk and walk this Saturday February 7.
Bootcamp West was established in 2009 by Paul O’Brien, a qualified personal trainer and life coach.
A team led by a local fitness expert aims to raise €100,000 for charity by taking part in a world famous adventure challenge mud race in Co Kildare on Sunday.
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.
A Galway fitness coach who aims to help people achieve success in the popular RTE health and fitness programme Operation Transformation is warning people against giving up too many things as part of their New Year healthy living plan.