Fuel to Move – Lucozade Sport at Run Galway Bay

Run Galway Bay is undeniably one of Ireland’s most beautiful and scenic runs. While the scenery and ruggedness of the Wild Atlantic Way will keep you moving, we also need to remember the importance of fuelling, electrolysing and hydrating your run before, during and after the 6th October. Whether you’re…

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Run Galway Bay in 2018

Run Galway Bay 10k, Half Marathon and Marathon is set to return to the shores of Galway Bay on October 6th 2018.  The largest multi-distance running event in Galway City attracted  a record number of over 3,200 people to the City of the Tribes in 2017 and is expected to…

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Run Galway Bay a Run Away Success

Saturday 7th October saw the 15th edition of Run Galway Bay, the largest multi-distance running event in Galway City with more than 3,000 participants undertaking a 10k, Half Marathon or Marathon along the shores of Galway Bay. First to take to the start line were four Irish Cross Country Skiers…

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Our Race Director Ray O’Connor

Our Race Director this weekend is Ray O’Connor. To say he knows a thing or two about running is an understatement. Ray is an avid marathon runner with 143 Marathons under his belt to date. He has completed 10 marathons in 10 days twice, ran the Connemara 100 mile race…

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How to Boost Core Stability – 3 Primal Moves

“Core” Posture Principles: The “core musculature” is comprised of several groups of muscles including the transversus abdominus, multifidus, diaphragm and pelvic floor muscles. These muscles work together to produce maximum stability in the abdominal and lumbar region, as well as coordinate movements of the body A very common cause of…

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Dynamic Warm-Up Exercises

The first thing you should do before your run and before your stretches is a dynamic warm up. It is never a good idea to stretch a cold muscle. Stretching a cold muscle can lead to tears in the muscle fibres. Dynamic warm-up exercises (dynamic stretching) involve active movements that…

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