As part of the Ballyfermot Advance Health Initiative, we have teamed up with Trinity College Dublin Centre for Health Sciences St James’ Hospital. As part of their ongoing research into the health, fitness and mobility issues that affect people in substance use or who have issues with housing and accommodation, we have agreed to deliver a health and fitness programme.
The aim of the programme is to engage socially excluded groups in a tailormade programme to increase mobility and fitness levels.
This will be done by delivering 1-1 and group exercise sessions each week.
Each participant will be physically assessed, and a personal training plan will be designed just for them.
The participant can attend either 1-1 sessions each week or join in the group sessions each week.
Each participant will receive a pedometer when starting and at the end of each session, they will receive a protein drink which is beneficial for building and repairing muscle mass.
Classes will be run every Monday from 10am-4pm and Thursday 10am-1pm
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