‘Leap Start’ into a healthier you for 2015

Last year's project filled out quick, so don't miss out,' said Kieran.'(L-R): Leap Start instructors Sean McGrotty and Patrick McCready are pictured with Health for Life coordinator Kieran Coyle at the launch of the 2015 Leap Start programme. The first six-week long programme starts in January, 2015.
Last year's project filled out quick, so don't miss out,' said Kieran.'(L-R): Leap Start instructors Sean McGrotty and Patrick McCready are pictured with Health for Life coordinator Kieran Coyle at the launch of the 2015 Leap Start programme. The first six-week long programme starts in January, 2015.

IF you are looking for some inspiration to help you meet your New Year’s resolution fitness goals, Roe Valley Leisure Centre has the perfect programme to help.

Limavady Borough Council’s Health for Life co-ordinator Kieran Coyle has launched the ‘Leap Start’ project, which will help you find the motivation to kick start your new lifestyle in 2015.

“We’ll commence on the 19th of January and again on 13th of April and it will run over six weeks,” he said.

“On day one we take you through a fitness test/ health check. We will compare all results on week three and six, and we’ll present you with a log book, showing how much healthier and fitter you have become. Leap Start into a healthier you is a fitness course that needs you to give 100% commitment to see results.

“For example, our 4x 4 interval training session includes four different pieces of equipment which will consist of kettlebells, core, power bar and using your own bodyweight with a variety of exercise.

“Each set will last four minutes and is specially designed for all levels of fitness. Last year’s program was an overwhelming successes with all of our 40+ clients going on to achieve amazing tasks, like taking part in 10 mile runs. A lot of our clients went onto join our Health for life, chose to live better clubs and are all still members to date.”

He continued: “All of our clients would have classed themselves has seriously unfit and unhealthy but found the leap start program helped kick start them into a new person, providing them with new confidence in themselves.

“Our aim is to have 15 males and females going through our training program, so book your place today at RVLC.”

For more information on the project check out www.healthforlife.info or simply call into Roe Valley Leisure Centre to book your place. Speak to Kieran Coyle - Health for Life coordinator - and he will take you through Leap Start’s timetable of events.