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We are so excited about our new timetable. There are classes to suit all levels and ages here at Purefit. We are dedicated to health and fitness and we know how to have fun while doing it too. We love what we do and it shows in the classes. There is always banter and craic, along with sweat and the odd tear too. If you want to get a good workout and release some tension and have great craic too then Purefit is the place to train. We know everyones name and it is a place to make friends too. So why not try our classes and feel the love when you walk in the door. We care about your health and wellbeing, so why not check out our new timetable here. 




More details on each class will be available on the Purefit booking app. Give us a chance though. It's going to take us until tomorrow afternoon to update all the classes on the backend. This time we have two types of memberships. Regular membership for €59 for 4 weeks with unlimited access to classes. This does not include the 7am morning classes. Please note if Regular members want to access 7am classes, a supplement of €3 applies per class. Then we have the Early morning membership for €39 for 4 weeks. If you are only interested in early morning classes this would suit you. Please note if Early Morning members want to access other classes, a supplement of €3 applies per class. Book your classes here or on 0876743616  



I met my mother off the bus at Galway Train Station on Thursday. She was coming from Kerry and travelling to Mayo. She is in her early 60’s and is a very active woman. When I met her I carried her bags, she was hungry and a little cranky so food was her priority. As we walked through Eyre Square, I noticed that she was walking particular slow. Maybe I’m a fast walker, so I slowed down. She seemed out of breath. This did alarm me because she was always active. She worked hard all her life and is blessed with her health. No traces of osteoporosis, very strong and healthy. She has a great diet and even though she lives on her own, she always cooks dinner for herself every evening. This is a great focus for her. However this breathlessness bothered me. So I asked her was she ok? She said that she is gotten unfit and has given up on exercise and is too old for that, this was her response. I was so shocked to hear this. It wasn’t that she couldn’t exercise it was that she didn’t want to and thought because she was just over 60, the need to exercise was less important. She listed out so many excuses, the weather, tiredness, lack of energy, nobody to walk with, it was too dangerous and no time. These excuses I have heard a million times. I felt my mother’s attitude had changed. Maybe she wasn’t surrounded by people who wanted to exercise and she lost motivation. This can happen to anyone at any age. Losing motivation and creating all these excuses is not age sensitive. Her friends were of the same attitude. Funny thing is they were envious of anyone that did exercise. When I told my mother I  had done Gaelforce West last weekend, she said oh my god that is amazing, I wish I had your energy. Maybe I am bursting with energy but it takes effort. I set a goal for myself and I commit to them and just do it. It’s not always easy and I have to push myself when things get very tough. I sometimes hear my inner voice saying ‘are you crazy for putting yourself through this” I quickly say cop on, and tell myself I can do it, and imagine the feeling at the finish line. That’s what gets me through it. it’s not my physical capability it’s my want to do it and my ability to ignore the pain. That’s what drives me. I’m not saying that my mother should do Gaelforce but what I am saying is that she needs to set herself an achievable goal. She needs to change her mindset and this can only be done by encouragement from everyone around her. A leg up is all she needs. This could be asking a friend to go for a walk. Getting up earlier and making time to do a little bit. Buying appropriate shoes and clothing for all weathers. Choosing safe paths that are well lit. Eating little and often to ensure you don’t have dips in your sugar levels. Eating healthy snacks to avoid sugar slumps. These are all the tips I gave my mother. Since I don’t live in the same county as her, all I can do is send her daily text messages of a few exercises to do. An exercise programme that’s simple to follow involving muscular strength based exercises for her bones and an aerobic training plan for her cardiovascular system. She can do both in the comfort of her own sitting room. If you know someone who is like my mother share this and help them change their attitude. It’s a long road, all I can do is guide her, she has to believe and want to do it too for herself. She is probably going to kill me for writing this and posting up her picture. It’s for her own good.

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My Ultimate Shred Programme

Easy to follow recipes! Weight loss and feel good factor a sure thing! What's not to love about my 14 Day Shred Programme.

Incorporating easy to follow meal plans and exercises you can do with little or no equipment. 

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We are nearly at the halfway mark!! Hope the healthy habits have kicked in and you are feeling more energised.


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As we go through each day, we need to set a goal. A short term goal keeps us motivated. It's not as daunting as the bigger goal in the long term. If your goal is to lose so many pounds, then focus on 1 or 2 lbs and soon you will get to the end result. Be positive and believe you can do it.
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We should be well into by now. We have reduced the calories a little here but still plenty to keep us going. It's cardio day so not too demanding on the muscles.

If you want alternatives let me know or if you have any knee or back issues, I can give you a modified version of a particular exercise. Best of luck!

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We are on Day 3, so hopefully we are watching our portions and eating enough protein, carbohydrates, fats and water.

We also need to make sure we are eating enough fibre. Aim for 30g of fibre a day. Increase it to this number gradually.

Broccoli 100g serving contains 2.3 grams. 35gams of porridge oats contains 2.9 grams. Best of luck

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Well how did Day 1 go for you? I’m trying to keep it as simple as possible. For me planning is everything so on a Sunday I plan for the week. It makes it easy to stick to it. I do understand everyone is different, so adjust the protein, carbs and fats to suit your daily needs. If you are skipping the gym today then there is no need for a post workout smoothie. As always post a comment or even a question, I’m here to help! best of luck on day 2. 

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14 Day Shred Programme

What to eat and train like me for the next 14 Days! I have put together this easy to follow meal plan and exercise programme.

If you are already training then alternate between resistance and cardio with 1 rest day. This is a typical week for me but feel free to change it up to suit your schedule.


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Pureraw Eatery New Menu Launched


Start your day with PureRaw Eatery Spelt Crepés made fresh in house every morning, with a delicious breakfast wrap, some super power porridge, nutty granolas, greek yoghurt pots or acai boost bowls. Choose from more than 10 freshly made smoothies. Choose a healthy and filling gourmet sandwich for lunch, hot or cold & made to order on local artisan breads to eat-in or take-away. Pick-up a proper salad with oodles of noodles or a fully packed salad bowl that won't leave you hungry. Top it all off with homemade raw dessert protein balls or chocolate cheesecake.

Download PDF menu here

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