“Stay Strong Strategy”

We have been asked to display the information below for older people who would like to remain active:

Have a Lark in the Park with our class on the grass

Put Exercise before tea this spring

23-04-2013 – The Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB) and Fingal Co. Council invites the men and women of the greater Dublin area to participate in a “Stay Strong Strategy” initiative this Spring. On the 23rd of April 2013, men and women in the Fingal area will have the chance to join their local community for an outdoor exercise session in one of the following parks Millennium Regional, Malahide Castle Regional and Seagrange. To encourage maximum participation the age friendly exercise session is completely free.

What’s needed to take part?

  • Show up to one of the parks at 10am.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and trainers.
  • Bring a bottle of water, a small hand towel and all your friends.

The aerobic and resistance exercise session is aimed towards ages 55 and over with all fitness levels and body types welcome. It will take Place in Millennium Regional, Malahide Castle Regional Park and Seagrange Park between 10:30-11:30am.

“We’re making it easy to start with small steps and dream big,” says Sinead and Julie of The Sports Management and Coaching programme at ITB. “It’s an open invitation to become comfortable with the outdoor gymnasium workout before making a long-term change for the better.”

Research has proven that a regular exercise programme provides significant health advantages. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 1.5 billion adults worldwide are overweight. A host of life-destroying ailments including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer often accompany obesity. Regular exercise and healthy food are our best ammunition in the fight against preventable disease.

To find out more information about this free event please contact Julie or Sinead via phone, email or Facebook. Julie 0871829903 / Sinead 0868355679 / SlemItb@gmail.com or Find SLEMITB on Facebook.

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