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Local Councillors Know No Limits For Fitness Challenge

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Boxer turned politician, Cllr Kenneth Egan has joined fellow Fine Gael Cllr Vicki Casserly’s team for the all Ireland No Limits Gym Challenge. Vicki’s son, James, attends Enable Ireland’s services for children with disabilities in Tallaght. They will take part in the Dublin heat in DLR Leisure Centre, Monkstown on 13 and 14 September.

Registration is now open for the Enable Ireland No Limits Gym Challenge, part of the charities national fundraising and awareness campaign, No Limits, which takes place each September. This is the inaugural All Ireland Gym Challenge, where teams of four spend 10 minutes each on the Bike, Crosstrainer, Rower and Treadmill, in order to record the furthest distance travelled and qualify for the All Ireland Final in Citywest Hotel, Dublin on 19 October 2014.

There are nine regional heats and teams must raise a minimum of €200 to register.

Cllr Casserly’s son James is 8 years old and has been attending Enable Ireland Tallaght since he was 2, when he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Vicki says “Enable Ireland have a really positive impact on my sons life – they provide physical therapies but also a social outlet and support accessing main stream school too. I’m encouraging everyone to take the No Limits Challenge and help Enable Ireland make a difference in the lives of children and adults with a disability.”

Cllr Egan says “I’m really looking forward to taking the No Limits Gym Challenge. It’s a great event – a bit of fun for anyone who’s into fitness or attends a gym or anyone who’s interested in shaking off the summer excess and getting active. You can enter to really compete, or for a bit of fun depending on your fitness level. Regardless of your reasons, you’ll be helping a really good cause so get onto www.nolimits.ie and register today.”

Support the Enable Ireland ‘No Limits Kite Appeal’ this September and help people with disabilities live a life with No Limits. Visit www.nolimits.ie for further information and to register.

Image courtesy of Enable Ireland

 

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