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Simple Scientific Fitness. Burn Fat. Build Muscle. Get Healthy! – Open Night

Simple Scientific Fitness. Burn Fat. Build Muscle. Get Healthy! – Open Night

Marie Murphy is an exercise & nutrition specialist and former Irish Olympian marathon runner. Here she presents the Murphy METs programme which she designed, developed and implemented. The ‘Murphy (METs) Programme’ a physical activity programme for prevention/recurrence of disease such as cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes and is suitable for those at risk of falls, respiratory, musculoskeletal issues and depression.

The following will be covered during this FREE open session: 

  • Physiological benefits of exercise
  • Fitness level and prevention of disease
  • Understanding METs
  • Resistance training
  • Case Studies
  • Murphy (METs) Programme
  • Fitness Testing
  • Training Schedule
  • Programme Levels

This programme was acknowledged by the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR) 2012.… Read more

Posted on August 16, 2016

Simple Scientific Fitness. Burn Fat. Build Muscle. Get Healthy! The Murphy METs Programme

Simple Scientific Fitness. Burn Fat. Build Muscle. Get Healthy! The Murphy METs Programme

Marie Murphy designed, developed and implemented the ‘Murphy (METs) Programme’ a physical activity programme for prevention/recurrence of disease. She is an exercise & nutrition specialist and former Irish Olympian marathon runner.

This 12 week resistance training course with Marie is specifically designed to be safe for people with chronic diseases for example: cancer, osteoporosis, or diabetes. The ‘Murphy (METs) Programme’ is designed to suit all levels of fitness and most chronic conditions, even those who have never exercised previously.… Read more

Posted on July 8, 2016

Can Reflexology help fight stress?

Can Reflexology help fight stress? Given the times we’re living in stress has become an endemic part of our lives. Many of us are looking to traditional and non-traditional approaches to reduce our stress levels.

Stress has become a factor in more scientific studies. Researchers have discovered that the more stress, anger and sadness someone experiences the less adept their bodies are to responding effectively. It’s almost as though the pressure exerted on the body by constant stress can cause it to go beyond its capacity to bounce back to normal.… Read more

Posted on August 18, 2015