Outdoor gym fitness programme to start in Derrylin, Lisbellaw and Lisnaskea  

Published: 7th January 2016

A 12 week programme of weekly fitness sessions designed to help participants build up physical activity in a gradual and healthy way, starts this Sunday, 10 January, at Derrylin, Lisbellaw and Lisnaskea outdoor gyms.

The fitness sessions, which are organised and delivered by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and funded by the Public Health Agency’s (PHA) Healthy Towns Programme, will be led by fully qualified Fermanagh and Omagh District Council fitness instructors.

Sessions start in Lisbellaw at 11.00 am, Lisnaskea at 1.00 pm and Derrylin at 3.00 pm with each session lasting 90 minutes.

The outdoor gym fitness programme is suitable for people aged 14 years and over. Participants will be admitted to the programme only after the completion of a health screening assessment. Participation on the programme is free of charge.

For further information about the outdoor gym fitness programme contact Chris Elliott, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, by telephoning 0300 303 1777 or visit the relevant section of the Council website. 

 

For helpful tips on getting active, healthier eating choices, measuring up and setting goals visit www.choosetolivebetter.com.

 

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