‘Getting yourself off the couch leads to better health’

Jerry Griffin: Getting off the couch leads to better health

THE club spearheading the exciting new micro-track development on the grounds of St Brendan’s College, which is expected to come a step or two nearer fruition in 2019, has launched a new Fit for Life initiative to help create a healthier community.

Killarney Valley AVC is inviting new adult members to join in the action with walkers, joggers and runners welcome to link up with the group.

Plans for the new micro track

All abilities and levels of fitness will be catered for and a careful plan will be devised to suit specific needs.
“Getting yourself off the couch leads to better health, mentally and physically, and that is a great reward,” said club spokesman Jerry Griffin.

“Our objective is to help get people moving in a safe manner by either walking or jogging with the aim of completing the Killarney Park 5k on Saturday, April 27.
The Fit for Life initiative will commence on Wednesday, January 23 in the St Brendan’s College gym at 7.00pm with registration from 6.30pm.

The membership fee will include AAI membership, insurance and a club t-shirt. There will also be an early registration option, at the same venue, on Monday, January 13 and Monday, January 20 at 7.00pm.

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