Why walking is good for you:
Improving balance, co-ordination and joint flexibility.
Reducing the risk of falls.
Preventing the development of osteoarthritis and osteoporosis by strengthening bones and joints – hip fractures in over 45s could be reduced by up to 50% with regular walking.
Improving muscle strength, increasing confidence, stamina and energy levels.
Reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer’s, dementia and confusion.
Improving social life. Walking is a great way of getting out and about and if you do it with friends or join a walking group, it can be a great way to socialise.
We have been delivering walking programmes in Cavan when requested by communities.
A tutor leads 6 weeks of walking and encourages the group to continue to manage walking in their community.
Contact Dean on 0872623956 if you want to find out more.