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Lifelong fitness at The Coast Club

Many ‘stars’ manage to transform their bodies seemingly overnight. Overweight celebrities having been lambasted in the popular entertainment magazines to go from size 16 to size six.

It is time to be cautious but optimistic

Hunger was the difference between Mayo and Donegal last Sunday according to many pundits; it was more like starvation. What more can you say, the best ever performance by a Mayo team in Croke Park and I don’t say that lightly. Donegal didn’t know what hit them, the way they dismantled the All-Ireland champions was so impressive it scared the living daylights out of everybody watching including the remaining three teams left in the competition. I was on Highland Radio (Donegal’s local station) the Wednesday evening before the quarter final and after telling it as it was, that I thought this Mayo team were in a really good place because of their build up, the competition for places and their ability to ease and not rush players back from injury unlike Donegal, and that Mayo were in serious physical shape, only to be jibed somewhat by James McHugh and Paul McGonigle (two former Donegal players) that “according to John Casey Donegal shouldn’t bother turning up on Sunday”. Well, maybe they should have listened.

Lifelong fitness at The Coast Club

Many stars manage to transform their bodies seemingly overnight. Overweight celebrities, having been lambasted in the popular entertainment magazines, can go from size 16 to size six (and the male equivalent of a 40” waist to size 32”).

New weight management clinic in Castlebar

The Weighting Room is a new weight management clinic which opened in Castlebar in July.

New weight management clinic in Castlebar

The Weighting Room is a new weight management clinic opening in Castlebar this July.

Follow a weight loss programme that really works

We all know dieting just does not work. In fact dieting causes our bodies to go into starvation mode and work to store fat, not burn it. So not only are you hungry, fatigued, and irritated but your body is working harder to hang on to and store those pounds.

Say no to dieting but lose weight for life!

Did you know that dieting simply doesn’t work? When you start to restrict and lower the amount of calories you consume, your body enters starvation mode, and starts to store fat and consume less energy. Lowering your calories by 25 per cent severely impacts your metabolism. It also slows down the heart, lowers body temperature, lowers blood pressure, and actually makes you feel more hungry and burn fewer calories. You also experience irritability and inability to focus. So dieting makes you grumpy and doesn’t actually work, tell us something we didn’t already know!

Say no to dieting with Therapie’s Sureslim

Did you know that dieting simply doesn’t work? When you start to restrict and lower the amount of calories you consume, your body enters starvation mode, and starts to store fat and consume less energy. Lowering your calories by 25 per cent severely impacts your metabolism. It also slows down the heart, lowers body temperature, lowers blood pressure and actually makes you feel more hungry and burn fewer calories. You also experience irritability and inability to focus. So dieting makes you grumpy and does not actually work.

Hypnotherapy for weight loss at Mayo Hypnosis Clinic

Obesity has been highlighted as a public health problem ranking alongside smoking. It is linked to a nine-year reduction in life expectancy and numerous deaths each year. The challenge is clear and the facts are frightening. Obesity has become an epidemic problem in our society, affecting all generations. Perhaps the most worrying thing is that is if we do not look at broadening the ways in which we tackle obesity, being overweight, deeply unhappy, and unhealthy will become the norm for our younger generations.

Civil War - British gunboat sent to Clifden

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June 22 1922 Galwegians looked on with alarm as anti-Treaty forces, who had taken up positions in a number of buildings in the city, including the former RIC station at Eglinton Street, were preparing for a fight. That morning Michael Brennan, IRA commander of the only major pro-Treaty unit in the west, under orders from Richard Mulcahy Free State Army commander, entered the city with a large well armed force. They immediately secured the county-jail, the courthouse, and the railway hotel. Having seen the end of the War of Independence, and having voted by a substantial majority just weeks before for parties supporting the Treaty with Britain, this was a tragic state of affairs. Galwegians feared an all out pitched battle, followed by the horrors of the previous years of struggle. This time, however, the enemy was not Britain, but former friends and comrades.

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