The Echo/Mardyke UCC Arena weekly exercise column, Keeping Cork Healthy, is back for the lockdown – this week, why it’s important for mind and body to be active, and tips on how golfers can stay in shape
PHYSICAL activity may not be at the forefront of our minds as we contend with keeping ourselves, our families and communities safe during this global pandemic, writes Conor O’Mullane, Chartered Physiotherapist with the arena clinic at the Mardyke Arena UCC.
Joe Normoyle (Chartered Physiotherapist, MISCP) is the Lead Clinician at the arena clinic and is certified with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI).
If you are doing a fitness class from home, Let us how you get on by using #KeepingCorkHealthy and tagging ‘Mardyke Arena UCC’.
The Echo is teaming up with the Mardyke Arena UCC during this lockdown period to give readers weekly tips on how to stay fit and healthy. In this edition, why staying — or becoming — active will help mind and body in these trying times. See fitness videos at echolive.ie
Next week: We have more exercise and fitness tips from the Mardyke Arena UCC.
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