FitLine

Telephone Mentoring Support to help you get active

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Call 1800 303 545 (Freephone) if you need the motivation to get out and do more exercise!

What is FitLine?

FitLine is a volunteer-led telephone-based motivation line which encourages callers to get more active.

How does it work?

FitLine is a great way to help people who want to feel a bit healthier but just don’t have the time or information on where and how to take that first step.

Callers to FitLine can find out about clubs, groups, and facilities in their area. They will  also be able to gets lots of ideas about how they can do simple physical activities as part of their day-to-day routine to suit their lifestyle.

How do I get involved?

If you are ready to make the change please FREE call us on 1800 303 545 and speak to one of our FitLine volunteers

Contact

For information speak to our Go for Life team.

 01 805 7733
 gfl@ageandopportunity.ie

Sport Initiatives:

Physical Activity Leaders

An education and peer leadership initiative which trains older people how to lead sport and activity sessions in their local groups and communities. Find out more here.

Go For Life Games

Teams from all over Ireland coming together to take part in a national day of sport in June every year. Find out more here.

Go For Life Grant Scheme

We allocate funding to groups  to help them to engage their peers in more physical activities and sport. Find out more here.

CarePALs

Trains those working in care settings to lead suitable physical activities. Find out more here.

FitLine

A telephone mentoring service which encourages callers to start getting more active- we’re only a phone call away! Find out more here.

European Week of Sport

Promoting sport and physical activity across Europe. Find out more here.

Sport Initiatives:

Physical Activity Leaders

An education and peer leadership initiative which trains older people how to lead sport and activity sessions in their local groups and communities. Find out more here.

Go For Life Games

Teams from all over Ireland coming together to take part in a national day of sport in June every year. Find out more here.

Go For Life Grant Scheme

We allocate funding to groups  to help them to engage their peers in more physical activities and sport. Find out more here.

CarePALS

Trains those working in care settings to lead suitable physical activities. Find out more here.

FitLine

A telephone mentoring service which encourages callers to start getting more active- we’re only a phone call away! Find out more here.

 

European Week of Sport

Promoting sport and physical activity across Europe. Find out more here.

People always say that ‘you’re only as old as you feel’. Well, it turns out to be true. Science has proven that staying active keeps your body younger and your mind happier, no matter what it says on your birth cert. Being active can help your body to stay strong and supple improve balance and coordination aiding in falls prevention A healthy mind and body can help fight off colds and infections and many common illnesses. Exercise keeps you sharp and, best of all, it cheers you up and boosts your energy.

Being active just 30 minutes a day can offer you a range of benefits including:

  • Better balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Greater range of movement
  • Flexibility
  • Better strength
  • Stay healthier
  • Be more content
  • Increase energy levels
  • Increased social connection
  • Prevent Falls

Principal Funders:

Link to HSE websiteLink to Sport Ireland websiteLink to Arts Council website

Our Principal Funders:

Link to HSE websiteLink to Sport Ireland websiteLink to Arts Council website