Calling all Men! Get active with Mayo’s Men on the Move initiative

Guys, are you looking to improve your mood, physical and mental health in these challenging times?

Need some support, then Mayo Sports Partnership's Men on the Move programme is what you are looking for.

Building on the success of its last programme, the partnership is very excited to launch its second virtual Men on the Move programme.

With the current Covid-19 guidelines, we may not be able to continue to meet physically as a group, but that shouldn’t stop us getting up and getting out there.

Men on the Move may be a little different for the moment but the results and importance of this programme is greater than ever, as our last successful group can vouch for.

“I found the weekly calls great, I would walk out one mile and back most days and after a few weeks I started to walk two miles out and back and had more energy,” stated Willie Kelly, Westport

“It is approximately one mile from my home to the church and after going out daily for short walks, in three weeks I completed my walk quicker and had more energy,” reported Justin from Ballyhaunis.

It is important to keep that hour aside for yourself.

To get up and out, to get some fresh air and to #beactive.

Virtual Men on the Move will commence this week

Check in with your area leader on the poster for exact start day and times.

To register contact your area leader, Tracy Cunnane in Mayo Sports Partnership at 087 4479227 or register through Eventbrite on this link:

Your area leader will be in touch from there to get your started.

To keep you active aim for at least 30 minutes of a walk each day, go by yourself or with a family member, bring the dog and stay within your 5km radius.

Mayo Sports Partnership will keep in contact with participants to see how you are getting on.

If you have any questions just ask your leader.

Men on the Move, the Best Move You Will Ever Make!

PLEASE NOTE: This programme is part of the government's Keep Well Campaign and all participants are reminded to keep within the 5K boundaries as stated in the Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions

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