Kickstart your "Get Fit" New Year resolution with G-Fo

Whether a committed sportsperson already or just someone that wants to get back in shape again, Gerry Collins wants to talk to you in person on Saturday next 9th Jan!  Gerry has been at the heart of Kilmacud Crokes sporting life for many years and is rightly regarded as an enthusiastic but positive, caring and fun-loving fitness guru.  His new venture, G-Force, is a timely move into the increasingly popular world of group training for all ages and levels.  Come along to Glenalbyn on Saturday between 10am and 4pm (indoors) and see for yourself.  What better way to warm up in these arctic days and get 2010 off to a flying and most enjoyable start?  To celebrate the launch of his new fitness initiative, Gerry is inviting you to participate (or just observe) for FREE!  Can it get any better I hear you ask?  Please spread the word across all your contacts in various sporting codes - this is open to allcomers

Check out the G-Force offer in more detail at this link

If you want to book your free session or discuss further you can contact Gerry direct:    Tel: 086 121 2336 or Email:

A short note on Gerry Collins follows below:

Gerry Collins has been a player, a manager and now is also a member of the Kilmacud Crokes football committee.  He has been with the Kilmacud Crokes club for more years than he cares to remember.  He was known as a ‘class act‘ in his playing days and was particularly well known as a fielder of high ball with ‘great hands‘ .... pity "the mark" is only arriving into gaelic games now!!  A charismatic character, he played both football and hurling and has great memories as a young man, being coached in the skills of hurling by the great late John Maher.  He loves both codes but unfortunately had to retire early from hurling due to injury.  Gerry played football for the remainder of his career and went on to represent his county in football at Under 21, Junior & Senior levels.  In the mid 80's he moved his family to Tipperary for business reasons and played for Tipperary before moving back to Dublin.

In the past 4/5 years he has been training every week in a Boxing Club working out with circuit training drills that use all the disciplines of boxing.  Now, he has decided to launch a new business in the Club called G-Force Fitness.  He is passionate about fitness believing:  if you ‘bring the body....the head will follow'.  Gerry is also taking the helm with another Crokes team this year - Adult 7 - and is looking forward to a very successful year!

The club wishes him well with this most worthwhile initiative!