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Achieve Your Goal with Physiologix

Join our Team Physiologix athletes as they take on a personal fitness challenge. Follow their progress to see how they use our Physiologix sports supports & therapy solutions to aid injury prevention and to help them achieve their goals safely.

Our Team Physiologix Athletes

Niamh McNamara

Niamh McNamara

Challenge: Great Limerick Run

“I started my running journey in January 2023 while training for the Great limerick Run 10k which was my first ever 10k race. Through the training process I fell in love with running & fitness and since then I have completed 3 additional 10k races as well as the 75 Hard Challenge and founded my own Limerick based run club (Croissant Run Club Limerick). This year I decided to push my boundaries even further and now with the help and support from Physiologix I am taking on the challenge of running my first ever half marathon! I will be running in the Great Limerick Run Half Marathon this May and I’m tracking my training progress all over my socials!“

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James Quinn

James Quinn

Challenge: Great Limerick Run & Medieval Marathon

“As an avid runner, I have taken on the challenge of four marathons in the span of three years, culminating in a gratifying sub-three-hour performance at the Dublin Marathon. Fuelled by my passion for running and the joy it brings, my upcoming ambitions include setting a sub-2:50 marathon time at the Great Limerick Run and achieving a sub-80-minute half marathon in Kilkee this July, and also still chasing world major qualifying times in the process!!”

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Aisling Kennedy

Aisling Kennedy

Challenge: Manchester Marathon, Cork Half Marathon & Hardman Triathlon

“Hi, I’m Aisling and I’m a runner/triathlete. My fitness journey began 6 years ago when I started doing gym classes with a friend. I quickly fell in love with exercise and began weight training regularly. Unfortunately, when Covid hit I lost my weekly exercise fix as all the gyms were closed. Through this was how I discovered my love for running! I started running shorter distances such as 5k and 10k but as my training progressed, I began to take on longer distances such as half marathon and marathon. In 2022, I was a spectator at Ironman Youghal. Seeing the athletes run down that red carpet inspired me to take up triathlon. I knew I could run but swimming and cycling were a bigger challenge. I got weekly swimming lessons and hired an Ironman coach (Donncha Long) help me get triathlon ready. It was by far the biggest challenge I have ever done but in 2023 I completed the half Ironman in Youghal. I have even bigger goals for 2024 – Manchester Marathon in April, Hardman half distance in July and finally the full Ironman Copenhagen in August (3.8km swim, 180km bike, 42.2km run). I am delighted to have the support from Physiologix as I take on my biggest challenges yet!”

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Lisa McGrath

Lisa McGrath

Challenge: Dublin Marathon

“Hi, I’m Lisa. I have been running for about six years now and I am part of my local running club. I take part in road races and cross country races from 5km to marathon distance. My greatest achievement is completing the Limerick Marathon in April and I am now working towards the Dublin Marathon in October. My dream race is the London Marathon!”

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