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From TheJournal.ie Contract worth €160k out for a fitness instructor for the gym used by TDs and Senators Elected Reps

Contract worth €160k out for a fitness instructor for the gym used by TDs and Senators

The fitness room next to Leinster House was opened to “counterbalance some of the negative lifestyle aspects” of working in parliament.

From TheJournal.ie Oireachtas gym shouldn't be 'solely funded by the tax-payer': Fitness centre goes out to tender Health Kick

Oireachtas gym shouldn't be 'solely funded by the tax-payer': Fitness centre goes out to tender

€100,000 gym equipment goes out to tender for TDs, Senators and staff of Leinster House.

Is wearing makeup at the gym actually bad for your skin?

Dr. Caitriona Ryan from the Blackrock Clinic gives us her opinion on the matter.

From The42 Buddy Up! Reach your fitness goals with a little help from your friends Column

Buddy Up! Reach your fitness goals with a little help from your friends

Find a community in which you can find accountability, support, and inspiration to reach your goals, writes personal trainer Dean Merton.

From TheJournal.ie 'I went from dad bod to six-pack in eight months because of a promise I made myself as a child' Column

'I went from dad bod to six-pack in eight months because of a promise I made myself as a child'

‘For those interested in getting in shape and losing weight, I suggest figuring out why you want to do it’, writes Kevin O’Connor.

From TheJournal.ie Low-cost gym chain Flyefit has worked out a huge increase in revenue Sports

Low-cost gym chain Flyefit has worked out a huge increase in revenue

Sales at the Dublin-based outfit increased by 50% in 2016.

From TheJournal.ie 'Therapy and personal training taught me that it's impossible to run away from self-loathing' Opinion

'Therapy and personal training taught me that it's impossible to run away from self-loathing'

In an ideal world, we’d be active because we love our bodies, not because we hate them, writes Rosemary MacCabe.

From The42 5 workout hacks that may just surprise you Column

5 workout hacks that may just surprise you

*Or 5 things you stopped doing in favour of gimmicky nonsense.

From The42 HIIT or miss! Does your cardio routine need a revamp? Column

HIIT or miss! Does your cardio routine need a revamp?

You need cardio for Crossfit and here’s how to improve yours, writes personal trainer Dean Merton.

From The42 6 different ways to use the prowler you love to hate Fitness

6 different ways to use the prowler you love to hate

Love the prowler’s versatility, and love the results it produces, writes David Last in this week’s advice column.

From The42 A great workout starts with a great warm up! But don't just warm up, RAMP up Column This post contains videos

A great workout starts with a great warm up! But don't just warm up, RAMP up

Personal trainer Dean Merton shares some in-depth advice.

Living a life immersed in fitness while edging Clontarf towards further club glory

Clontarf’s Royce Burke-Flynn spoke to The42 about club rugby and splitting his day job between Crossfit and personal training.

From TheJournal.ie Column: 'I've discovered the joy of doing a fitness activity with others' Fitness

Column: 'I've discovered the joy of doing a fitness activity with others'

There is no ideal image that you must measure up to in order to become involved in fitness, writes Christine Allen.

19 things you'll understand if you're awkward as hell at the gym

That’s one set of push-ups done! *sits on mat doing nothing for ten mins*

From The42 5 key things to look for when hiring a personal trainer Column

5 key things to look for when hiring a personal trainer

Your decision could mean the difference between achieving your goals or failing to reach your potential, writes Sarah Cremen.

From The42 'Too fat' to work out some say? Why body-shaming is the worst thing you can do at the gym Fitness

'Too fat' to work out some say? Why body-shaming is the worst thing you can do at the gym

‘When you walk into a gym, regardless of your size or your goals, you have a right be there,’ writes life coach Sarah Doyle

From The42 'We have athletes but they can’t play, we've produced robots' Fitness

'We have athletes but they can’t play, we've produced robots'

Leading strength and conditioning coach Mike McGurn talks fitness and nutrition, and brings us through his turbulent career.

From The42 5 of the best strength training exercises for injury prevention Fitness

5 of the best strength training exercises for injury prevention

Don’t underestimate the value of preparing your body to perform functional activities, writes Sarah Cremen.

From The42 How to warm up in the gym to avoid injuries Fitness This post contains videos

How to warm up in the gym to avoid injuries

If you’re making the gym a part of your life in 2017, make sure you don’t hurt yourself doing so.

From The42 Core attack! How to train your core... properly Workout Tips

Core attack! How to train your core... properly

Physio and personal trainer Sarah Cremen offers her advice in her weekly column.

From The42 8 of the most common exercise and nutrition myths to avoid in 2017 Mythbusters

8 of the most common exercise and nutrition myths to avoid in 2017

‘Everyone in fitness is trying to sell you something, nobody is trying to sell you the truth,’ writes personal trainer James Hanley.

From The42 Getting mobile: These 4 stretches will give you the best 'bang for your buck' Column

Getting mobile: These 4 stretches will give you the best 'bang for your buck'

Incorporate these exercises into your fitness regime and you’ll soon see the benefits, writes Sarah Cremen

From TheJournal.ie Steroids: 'I thought that the only way I could beat my addiction was to end my life' Opinion

Steroids: 'I thought that the only way I could beat my addiction was to end my life'

Body-conscious young men are turning to steroids despite the deadly consequences, writes Marcus Power.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin gym offers refunds after arson attack Flyefit

Dublin gym offers refunds after arson attack

A car was driven into FLYEfit in Coolock early this morning, and the building set alight.

From TheJournal.ie Car driven into Coolock gym and set alight Malahide Road

Car driven into Coolock gym and set alight

There are no reports of any injuries.

From TheJournal.ie COMPETITION: Tell us what motivates you to get fit to win annual roaming membership to all FLYEfit gyms Sponsored By Flyefit

COMPETITION: Tell us what motivates you to get fit to win annual roaming membership to all FLYEfit gyms

We want to hear all your inspiration and motivation.

From TheJournal.ie Complaint upheld against gym over 'epileptic fit' ad Airside Bootcamp

Complaint upheld against gym over 'epileptic fit' ad

Epilepsy Ireland said the Facebook ad had caused upset and hurt to people with epilepsy and their families.

From TheJournal.ie Schoolboy awarded €20k after shower door shattered on him at Dublin gym Energie Fitness

Schoolboy awarded €20k after shower door shattered on him at Dublin gym

The glass cut the seven-year-old’s shoulder, shin and feet.

From The42 Fitter, faster, stronger: Dublin's Cian O'Sullivan on the shift towards strength and conditioning Marginal Gains

Fitter, faster, stronger: Dublin's Cian O'Sullivan on the shift towards strength and conditioning

We spent time with the three-time All-Ireland winner at the Dublin Sports Clinic this week.

From TheJournal.ie 'I know I still have a lot of weight to lose, but I'm mentally determined to do it for myself' Opinion This post contains images

'I know I still have a lot of weight to lose, but I'm mentally determined to do it for myself'

When I applied for Operation Transformation I knew what I was getting myself into, writes Alan Mullen.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Have you broken your New Year's resolution? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you broken your New Year's resolution?

We’re three weeks in.

From TheJournal.ie 'After training and a strict diet this week, I am three pounds off the two stone mark' Column This post contains images

'After training and a strict diet this week, I am three pounds off the two stone mark'

Alan Mullen was a leader last year, but he hasn’t given up. He’ll be keeping us up to date on how he’s getting on over the coming weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you joining a gym this year? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you joining a gym this year?

Or does the very thought of it send shivers down your spine?

From TheJournal.ie The 'gym for people who hate gyms' has live music and an alcohol licence London Calling

The 'gym for people who hate gyms' has live music and an alcohol licence

This chain’s gyms look more like underground clubs or futuristic film sets.

From TheJournal.ie Already failing at your 'go to the gym' resolution? Here's some tips that might make you go GET FIT

Already failing at your 'go to the gym' resolution? Here's some tips that might make you go

We’re just over a week into the new year. Are you already finding yourself failing at your get fit resolution. This might help.

From TheJournal.ie All or Nothing: Here's how to avoid sabotaging your fitness goals Column

All or Nothing: Here's how to avoid sabotaging your fitness goals

One moment of weakness after lunch or a bad sleep the night before and it’s sofa-central. Here’s how to stay on track.

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