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Change your life with Pat’s successful weight loss programme

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Working one-to-one with an expert is the way to go if you want to take the first steps towards a healthier, happier you.

Pat Sheehan Health and Fitness Killarney, offers a comprehensive 12-week programme in lifestyle management and weight loss, with weekly food diary check-ups and weigh-ins to motivate you throughout your journey.

Killarney native Pat is a highly motivated individual who has a proven track record. He has helped hundreds of people change their lives for the better with weight losses from half a stone to up to 10 stone. Everyone has different objectives and goals, no matter how big or small. Pat has a wealth of expertise in this area having worked in the health, fitness and well-being industry for over a decade.

Following a thorough consultation, Pat will devise a plan tailored to your precise requirements. You will receive a fully illustrated book that Pat has penned himself based on his years of experience. This publication makes it super-easy and enjoyable to follow the 12-week weight loss programme with a food diary, as well as wonderful recipes and menus, all featuring everyday foods and ingredients.

The beauty of the plan is all consultations are private one-to-one and personalised with a weekly weigh-in, motivation and nutrition advice. He has a truly enviable track record when it comes to helping men and women achieve their weight loss goals as well as optimum health and fitness levels.

“Weight loss is my area of expertise,” he said. “I explain everything in detail and spend up to an hour-and-a-half on the initial consultation. A key point is understanding why you eat, and how often you need to eat. You have a better chance of keeping weight off and maintaining a healthy weight when you understand the process fully.”

Motivation is also a key aspect of shedding pounds and maintaining a healthy weight, he added.
“Being accountable to someone every week, getting the right advice and being able to eat normal everyday foods is what sets this plan apart, whether you want to lose a few pounds or several stone,” said Pat. “Everyone needs a bit of encouragement.”

Pat is currently offering appointments and weigh ins via WhatsApp if people are not able to come in and meet in person. It will be the same programme with the same advice every week, the only difference is that you don’t meet him in person.

Contact Pat on 087 6856930 and book your consultation either at Club Vitae Leisure Centre at Hotel Killarney, or at The Loft Fitness Studio, Millstreet, Co Cork.

Check out some of their success stories on their website loftfitnessstudio.com or on Facebook.

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Fossa’s marathon man competes in Vienna

By Sean Moriarty They are a familiar sight on training sessions out the Fossa way, but last weekend two Killarney marathon runners made themselves known in Vienna, Austria. Tony Harty (Fossa) and Seamus Murphy (Milltown and Glencar) train together and travel together to international marathons all over the world. On Sunday they contested the Vienna Marathon […]

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By Sean Moriarty

They are a familiar sight on training sessions out the Fossa way, but last weekend two Killarney marathon runners made themselves known in Vienna, Austria.

Tony Harty (Fossa) and Seamus Murphy (Milltown and Glencar) train together and travel together to international marathons all over the world.

On Sunday they contested the Vienna Marathon with Tony recording a personal-best time of 2hrs and 45mins. He finished second in the Over 45 category and 27th overall, while Tony completed the course in 3hrs and 3mins.

“You won’t see one of us without the other,” said Tony.

Niall Thompson of Killorglin was also competing in the event.

Tony is a member of the well-known Harty family of Waterford. His two brothers Phillip and William and sister Rebecca all raced for Ireland.

Tony took up running later than his siblings and contested his first marathon in 2015 when was 39-years-old.

Now 45 he cannot stop running and takes in at least two overseas marathons every year as well as Irish and local events.

“It is all part of the experience,” he told the Killarney Advertiser. Both he and Seamus have previously contested marathons in Barcelona, Valencia and Rotterdam and he intends to return to Spain in early December for another crack at the Valencia event.

He prepared for Sunday’s race by winning overall at the Churchtown 5-mile race in Cork last month and the Antrim Half-Marathon a few weeks ago.

“Vienna was very hot, up to 26 degrees, and lots of people were suffering,” he added. “Vienna was supposed to run in April but it got deferred. We prefer running in cooler conditions. Valencia will be around 10 degrees in December which is ideal.”

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Jordan’s new role with St Paul’s

By Sean Moriarty Killarney’s Paralympic hero Jordan Lee is to take on a new role with Scott’s Lakers St Paul’s Killarney Basketball Club. Jordan began his sporting career with the local basketball club where he created history by becoming the first amputee athlete to represent their country at international level. The High Jumper then switched […]

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By Sean Moriarty

Killarney’s Paralympic hero Jordan Lee is to take on a new role with Scott’s Lakers St Paul’s Killarney Basketball Club.

Jordan began his sporting career with the local basketball club where he created history by becoming the first amputee athlete to represent their country at international level.

The High Jumper then switched to track and field and qualified for the Tokyo Paralympics where he made history by becoming the first Kerry athlete to act as a flag bearer for an opening ceremony and lead an Irish team into an Olympic Stadium.

Now back home and preparing for the next Olympics in Paris, he has returned to his first love and will join the backroom staff at the local Division One basketball club ahead of their National League campaign which begins next month.

His father Jarlath Lee is head coach with St Paul’s.

“Jordan is joining us as our strength and conditioning coach,” Jarlath told the Killarney Advertiser.

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Meanwhile, Scott’s Lakers St Paul’s Killarney Basketball Club National League team will have a distinctive feel to it this year after securing the services of three overseas players it for the season ahead.

The club’s biggest signing is Canadian professional Ben Miller. It was originally hoped that the former two-time Manitoba Player of the Year would play for the local side last season but the pandemic got in the way and the National League was never played. However, he did play two training games this time last year before returning to Canada until travel restrictions lifted.

“He is a good guy, very approachable and very good with the young members,” Jarlath said.

The club has also signed Bulgarian International Emilian Grudov.

The 20-year-old has already represented his home country at U16, 18 and 20 level.

“He is young, athletic and very good offensively,” added Lee.

The returning Lithuanian Dianius Varanaukus completes the club international line up for the 2020/21 season.

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