parkHIIT on the Radio

Thoroughly enjoyed chatting all things parkHIIT with Beibhinn Byrne and Liam Coburn on the Q102 breakfast show this week. My big hairy audacious goal is to bring my free parkHIIT sessions to every county and community in Ireland so it was great to be able to promote this over the airwaves.

In case you missed it, you can catch the interview right here:

Parkhiit resistance training Ireland

What is parkHIIT?

For the uninitiated, parkHIIT is a free outdoor interval training session based around bodyweight resistance exercises. When we promote the importance of exercise in Ireland, that promotion is heavily weighted in favour of cardiovascular exercise. Cardiovascular exercise is incredibly important and we should be getting at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity cardiovascular exercise per week according to the World Health Organization.

Most people are fairly familiar with that recommendation (which is often broken out as 30 minutes exercise per day). What is not so well known, is the recommendation from the WHO for at least two resistance training sessions per week!

I’m on a mission to promote the importance of resistance training exercise with parkHIIT!

Upcoming parkHIIT Sessions👇

parkHIIT Ashtown - every single Saturday morning at 9am💪

parkHIIT Donnybrook - next session on March 2nd 2019 @ 10.30am💪

ParkHIIT Phoenix Park - next session on March 10th 2019 @ 10.00am💪

Coming to Lucan and Finglas soon🙌🙌🙌

Join the Facebook group to find out more and to sign up for the next free parkHIIT event in your local park👍

Yours in health, Brian

Brian Crooke parkHIIT

About the author:

Brian Crooke is a wellness consultant, speaker and trainer specialising in the auditing, development and delivery of workplace wellness programmes (such as Corporation Transformation) for Irish companies through his Office Worker Health business. He is also the founder of the Workplace Wellness Ireland community. In his spare time he is bringing free resistance training to every county and community in Ireland through his parkHIIT project