Saturday 1 October 2016

CLOSED: WIN! A Fitbit with A Lust For Life Galway

Published 01/09/2016 | 10:48

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General scene of the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.
General scene of the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.
Bressie at the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.
General scene of the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.

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In case you haven't heard, INM has teamed up with VHI to host a special A Lust For Life 5k at Galway Racecourse and we're giving away a Fitbit to one lucky reader to get started.

This Saturday, September 3rd at 10am, A Lust For Life will be hosting its inaugural race in Galway and it's still not too late to register. Entry costs just €18, which includes chip timing, a technical t-shirt and a goodie bag and you can register by clicking here.

We're even offering a 2-for-1 special, so book now with the code ‘RUNYOURLIFE’ and get your second entry free.

Bressie at the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.
Bressie at the 10k Vhi A Lust For Life Phoenix Park Run. Picture: Fergal Phillips.

To enter the competition, head over to our Facebook page, here and tell us why you should win.

The Fitbit is worth €150 and calculates your workouts and daily activity, measures your heart rate, analyses your sleep, and doubles as a watch with caller ID.

The event, in conjunction with INM, gives runners the unique opportunity to experience Galway Racecourse from a whole new perspective.

The Vhi A Lust for Life Run Series was set up in 2015 with the aim of bringing people together through exercise to create awareness around mental health. A Lust for Life ambassador Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin will be on hand at the event to address the crowd, and join runners as they embark on the racecourse.

We kicked off this year with a Vhi A Lust for Life run in the Phoenix Park in Dublin. It was great to see so many people turn out and embody our message, which is to put your mental health on the map," he said.  "I have seen first-hand what running and exercise can do for the mind, and I’m excited to bring the run to Galway for the first time."

Enter online here

*Only one winner will be chosen. Competition closes on Friday

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