Staying Active

Exwell  | The exercise programme

Exwell | The exercise programme

ExWell Medical are proud to introduce our online classes
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When our games stopped, our people didn't.

Colin Regan, Community and Health Manager, GAA, tells us how club volunteers are involved in their communities around the country, and shares tips on how to keep active.
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Keeping kids active

Kids need to be active every day. All activity, no matter how short, counts. Keeping kids active helps them to build strong muscles, healthy bones, agility and co-ordination, while improving self-esteem, mood, energy and sleep patterns.
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MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge

MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge

the GAA have launched the Irish Life Healthy Club Steps Challenge. Running from June 3rd to 30th, this challenge asks all GAA clubs to register their club's participation by June 1st, get a minimum of 15 participants from their club (they must be over 18) and get walking. The club with the highest number of steps in each province will win a €2,500 O'Neills voucher.
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Aerobic Workout with Sarah Roughan

An Aerobic Workout with Sarah Roughan an ExWell Medical Placement Student in the Public health and health promotion course in IT Sligo
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Warm up video with Ella McLaughlin IT Sligo

A great warm up video from Ella McLaughlin a Health Science & Physical Activity student in IT Sligo currently on placement with ExWell Medical
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Keeping active at home can help you to stay healthy, improve mood and reduce stress and anxiety – Institute of Public Health

Keeping active at home can help you to stay healthy, improve mood and reduce stress and anxiety – Institute of Public Health

Ten ways to keep active at home during COVID-19 pandemic
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The COVID-19 Pandemic – How to stay physically active: advice for adults and older adults

The COVID-19 Pandemic – How to stay physically active: advice for adults and older adults

Why is it important to keep active at this time?
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ROM Sligo - tips and advice

ROM Sligo - tips and advice

ROM Sligo has shared lots of nutritional information and exercise tips and advice.
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Cara Centre - Stay Home Be Active

Cara Centre - Stay Home Be Active

The Cara Centre have been sharing with you some ideas of how you can stay active while at home.
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Physiotherapy Strength and Balance Exercises for those cocooning during COVID-19

The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists have partnered with the HSE Community Physiotherapy Service in Cork to encourage you to exercise during this period of cocooning.
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Keeping Strong, Steady And Straight At Home With The ISCP And Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh

The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is delighted that legendary broadcaster Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh launched its series of short physiotherapy-led exercises and movement activities to help older people at home keep strong, steady and straight during and after the COVID-19 restrictions.
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Active Globe an Innovative Fitness Experience

Active Globe an Innovative Fitness Experience

Turn your Physical Activity into a virtual world travel experience.
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Home Exercises Programme

Home Exercises Programme

You can do these exercises as part of your everyday routine.
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Siel Bleu Ireland - Chair Gym Exercise Class for Older Adults

Exercise programs for older adults by Siel Bleu Ireland.
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Sligo Ageing Well Home Exercise

Sligo Ageing Well Home Exercise

We hope you are keeping safe and well in your home. Staying active is good for wellbeing and we are delighted to bring you this ‘Sligo Ageing Well from Home Exercise’ leaflet.
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Age & Opportunity Movement Minutes video

This is a 15 minute standing physical activity session for older adults.
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Age & Opportunity Movement Minutes

This is a 15 minute seated physical activity session for older adults.
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Activities for Older Adults

Activities for Older Adults

There are many exercise programs for older adults, particularly our cocooning adults.
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GPs and Doctors Surgeries Open in Sligo

GPs and Doctors Surgeries Open in Sligo

Sligo PPN has compiled a list of Open Doctors Surgeries in Sligo
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Let's Play Ireland

Let’s Play Ireland is a government-led initiative aimed at promoting play for all children living in Ireland during the COVID-19 emergency.
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‘Active Sligo from Home’ guide

‘Active Sligo from Home’ guide

‘Active Sligo from Home’ guide has been compiled by SSRP as an online resource to capture some of the many innovative ideas developed for home exercise during this time when we are all adhering to the social distancing limitations of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Keeping kids active

Kids need to be active every day. All activity, no matter how short, counts. Keeping kids active helps them to build strong muscles, healthy bones, agility and co-ordination, while improving self-esteem, mood, energy and sleep patterns.
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Train at Home Programmes

Train at Home Programmes

No access to your gym or training grounds? No problem! National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGB's) and their athletes have been busy creating resources to help you stay active and stay healthy from home
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Activity at Home

There are lots of options to keep fit if you have to remain at home.
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