Sunday February 16, 2020

Exercise your body, not your wallet

It's always a good idea to look after yourself, and there are ways to do it without spending a fortune, writes Emma Kennedy.

23rd June, 2012
'People are now viewing the great outdoors as a location to get fit.'

The world's top athletes will descend on London in the coming weeks, aiming for gold in this year's Olympics.

But if the events across the water inspire you to dust off long-forgotten runners, don your shorts and work up a sweat this summer, make sure to factor costs into your exercise plan.

In the heady days of the Celtic tiger, Ireland was awash with gym bunnies. But, as purse strings tightened, those seeking a healthier...

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