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How to make time to move (even on the days you don’t want to)


by Esther O'Moore Donohoe
25th Jan 2023

When we’re already spinning so many plates and our energy reserves are low, it's hard to know where to start when it comes to exercise. Nevermind how to to keep going. In this installment of her ‘How To’ series, Esther O'Moore Donohoe interviews Orlaith Donlon who has changed her perspective on exercise entirely, and Emma Dowling, the professional who helped her get there.

According to HSE.ie, being physically active can reduce our chances of developing a chronic disease by up to 50%. It can also help with bone health, high blood pressure and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. Still, if given the choice between going for a walk in my black duvet coat of doom or watching Happy Valley, the sofa often wins. The good news is, we don’t need to do endless burpees or spend hours...

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