Keep Well Programmes

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Tipperary Sports Partnership is one of 29 Local Sports Partnerships in conjunction with Sport Ireland who have come together to develop resources to target activities at home

The Be Active at home resource is suitable for all the family and aims to encourage people to try and reach the minimum of 30 minutes of daily physical activity for adults and 60 minutes for children, as recommended in Ireland’s National...

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Operation Transformation, in collaboration with DCU School of Health and Human Performance, have developed the Minimum Fitness Test.
This test will identify where you fit within the minimum standards of physical fitness and give you a target fitness to aim for.

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Tipperary Sports Partnership has launched a free webinar called ‘Tipperary Talks Sport’ which will take place on Tuesday, 26th of January from 7pm to 8.30pm. RTÉ Sports Presenter, Evanne Ní Chuilinn will present the show which was created to celebrate the very best of Irish women in sport and to promote excellence, inclusion and inspiration for attendees nationwide.
Olympian and World Champion Rower, Sanita...

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Want to improve your soccer skills, why not check out the FAI Homeskills Video Programme. This series of videos gives young people the opportunity to work on their skills with FAI coaches. Click on the link below for training skills and tips
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New ‘Keep Well’ Walking Challenge launched to encourage people to walk for 30 minutes every day for three weeks.
The Keep Well campaign is aimed at showing people of all ages how we can mind our own physical and mental health and wellbeing by adding healthy and helpful habits to our daily and weekly routine

Sport Ireland, Get Ireland Walking and Healthy Ireland are encouraging people of all ages to walk...

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The Active Flag process incentivises schools to engage in a process self-reflection, action planning and collaboration at whole school level. For further information and resources go to: https://activeschoolflag.ie/resources/

Sitting in front of every teacher, every day, are children and young people that DO NOT meet the recommended daily physical activity...

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CYCLE RIGHT is the National Standard for Cycle Training and provides practical cycle safety and skills training to promote competent and confident cyclists. CYCLE RIGHT is an inclusive programme CYCLE RIGHT is produced and supported by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, the Road Safety Authority and Cycling Ireland, with input from central and local agencies and other groups.

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To support preschool children in learning how to cycle TSP in partnership with Tipperary Childcare Committee have developed a video tutorial resource and inclusive printed resources to support preschools in delivering the Wibbly Wobbly Balance Bike programme to all children. These resources will be very beneficial in encouraging children to enjoy cycling at an early age while also promoting being active. See printed...

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WHAT WE’RE DOING
We are creating a cultural shift in our perception of girls and women in sport. There is so much to celebrate when it comes to women’s sport in Ireland, but there isn’t enough noise. We’re making some noise because if she can’t see it, she can’t be it. For more information log on to: https://20x20.ie/

20×20 has three targets to reach by the end of 2020:...

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Orienteering is the sport of navigation that requires you to find your way from one point to another using only a map, your brains and sometimes a compass. It’s easy to learn and a fun way to exercise your body and mind, as you enjoy the outdoors. It’s a sport for everyone and is something that can be easily learnt by people of all ages and abilities. Orienteering is usually done in the woods, hills or parks, with the...

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