When I decided to have a leisure cycle in Ireland this year and bring former world champion Philippe Gilbert over to the ride, I wanted to run it on a route that was spectacular and would show Ireland off a bit as well as being a bit challenging.
It’s September, the summer is over, schools are back, the nights are drawing in and life is going back to its familiar routine. What better time then to get your fitness – physical and mental – back on track? After all, September is the new January…
Nutrition and food has become a crucial component in the GAA in terms of performance and preparation and this week I wanted to find out more and to get some tips and advice from someone who is not only a nutritionist but an inter-county GAA footballer.
In the never-ending 'to do' list for parents, exercise - for both kids and adults - can often fall to the bottom of the pile. Most of us might like to assume that young children are naturally active but unfortunately, extensive research shows this often isn't the case.
He’s the World Rugby Player of the Year, a multiple European Cup, Pro14 and Six Nations winner and Johnny Sexton joins me on this week’s Real Health podcast from the Laya City Spectacular that was recently held in Dublin’s Merrion Square.
It all began with a veg shop in Greystones, and what started as a simple dream has, over the last fifteen years, become an overnight success story with books, cafes, TV shows, online courses, and of course, their food products.
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