Cork Sports Partnership has partnered with the HSE and Physiotherapy Department to roll out this exciting new programme in Cork.
The Staying Fit for the Future with Better Balance Better Bones programme is a physical activity programme that will improve strength and balance as well as your general aerobic fitness.
Staying Fit for the Future with Better Balance Better Bones is a weekly exercise class in a community setting that will challenge and train components needed for maintaining good independent movement (strength, flexibility, range of movement, static and dynamic balance) which will allow one to therefore challenge/train the cardiovascular system through other forms of exercise and the environmental factors such as steps, paths, darkness, hills etc. will not become an obstacle to continued confidence participation in society.
Who is the programme aimed at:
This programme is suitable for adults who walk unaided and want to stay strong on their feet and falls free for life. It is not suitable for people who have fallen in the past 12 months or who use a walking stick or frame.
If you are wondering if the programme is suitable please attempt the following simple test of balance and strength:
Cross your arms across your chest, then keeping your arms crossed stand on 1 leg, now close your eyes and stand tall and steady for 10 seconds…
If you find yourself a good bit more wobbly than you expected, this programme is for you! Programmes are delivered by exercise professionals who have been trained by HSE Physiotherapists in the Staying Fit For the Future, Better Balance Better Bones Programme.
- Start Date: Week commencing the 13th September – 20 locations
- Length – 8 weeks
- Cost: €40
- Participant Booklet.
- Advice & Tips for staying active
How to book a place in one of our classes:
Please contact Cork Sports Partnership to book a place on 021 4347096 and for information on upcoming Staying Fit For the Future programmes in your community.
Upcoming SFF Venues & Times
|East Cork||Time||Start Date|
|Youghal||10:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Ballintotis||9:30am & 10:30am||Mon April 25th 2022|
|Cobh||11:30pm||Thur April 28th 2022|
|Midleton||9:30am||Thur April 28th 2022|
|Gortaroo (Online)||10:00am||Thur April 28th 2022|
|North Cork||Time||Start Date|
|Newmarket||11:00am||Tue April 26th 2022|
|Fermoy||10:00am & 11:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Dromtarriffe||1:00pm||Tue April 26th 2022|
|Buttevant||11:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Whitechurch||11:00am||Fri April 29th 2022|
|Cork City & Central||Time||Start Date|
|Blackrock/Mahon||10:00am||Mon April 25th 2022|
|Glanmire||11:30am||Mon April 25th 2022|
|St. Finbarr's Togher||11:00am & 12:00pm||Thur April 28th 2022|
|Donoughmore||12:00pm||Thur April 28th 2022|
|Gurranabraher||11:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Carrigaline||11:15am||Tue April 26th 2022|
|Riverstick||9:30am||Tue April 26th 2022|
|West Cork||Time||Start Date|
|Ballineen||10:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Dunmanway||10:30am & 11:30am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Clonakilty||11:45am||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Kilmurry/Crookstown - Beginners||5:00pm & 6:00pm||Mon April 25th 2022|
|Aughadown - St. Matthews Parish Hall, The Old Hall, Gurteenroe, Church Cross||9:15am||Tue April 26th 2022|
|Bantry||9:15am & 10:15am||Thurs April 28th 2022|
|Ballinascarthy||10:30am||Tue April 26th 2022|
|Beara (Online)||7:00pm||Wed April 27th 2022|
|Darrara||10:30am||Thurs April 28th 2022|
|Unionhall||10:30am & 11:30am||Thurs April 28th 2022|
|Durrus||11:00am||Tue 26th April 2022|
|Kinsale||2:00pm||Thur April 28th 2022|
|Kealkill||9:00am||Thurs April 28th 2022|
|Lisavaird||10:00am||Wed April 27th 2022|