**Closed** WIN A Trip To Paris With Intersport Elverys
This October might not be a bad time for a trip to Paris (especially if you’re Irish!)…
It’s not as if there is a bad time to visit France, but this autumn it’s definitely the place to be as thousands of enthusiastic Irish will be heading to the City of Lights. ☘️
INTERSPORT Elverys are giving two lucky people the chance to go on the trip of a lifetime to Paris. Included in this amazing prize will be your flights, transfers, and 4-star hotel accommodation.
As well as the main prize of a trip to France, each week in August, there will be tonnes of great rugby merchandise up for grabs. This will be everything from Irish Rugby match tickets at the AVIVA stadium to jerseys and from rugby balls to training gear.
Bookmark this blog to see updates on our weekly competitions in the lead up to The Big Rugby Giveaway!
The Big Irish Rugby Giveaway and the winner of a Trip To Paris is Niamh Cronin – Kerry (with Niamh O’Malley Killarney Store Manager)
According to a review of data published in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health, physical activity, especially sports involvement, can improve cognitive function and academic achievement in children and adolescents.
We hope at this stage you are beginning to see how beneficial sports can be for your little bundles of joy.
These tips will help you to know how to run injury free and stay injury free.
6 Tips on How to Run Injury Free
Stretch, stretch and do more stretching!
Stretching both before and after a run is crucial for injury prevention.
Dynamic stretching techniques include walking, a light jog, butt kicks, side shuffles, walking lunges, and high knees. After performing the dynamic stretches, you can try some of the more conventional static (stretch-and-hold) stretches if you’re still feeling tight.
Static stretches for the quads, glutes, calves, hamstrings, and hip flexors are recommended after your run. You can become incredibly tight if you’ve spent the day driving or sitting at a desk.
Before going for a run, those muscles need to be warmed up.