AIG Insurance offers free access to the new AIG ‘Health Plus’ Portal for all Dublin GAA, LGFA and Camogie club players and members
Dublin Camogie star Ali Twomey is photographed in Castleknock to help launch the new virtual AIG Health Plus portal which offers free membership at www.aig.ie/dubgym for all Dublin GAA club players and members to a unique physiotherapy-led fitness and health online resource that includes virtual gym membership.
As part of the AIG Dub Club Health Initiative launched in 2018, Dublin players Niall Scully and Ali Twomey were on hand today to launch the new virtual AIG Health & Wellness portal, which offers free membership for all Dublin club players and members to a unique physiotherapy-led fitness and health online resource that includes virtual gym membership.
The Dub Club Health Club is an innovative health and wellness portal that gives you benefits and supports to help you live a healthy and happy lifestyle.
This service is hosted and delivered in partnership with Sports Physio Ireland which is founded and run by former Dublin GAA hurling star Joey Boland.
Sports Physio Ireland are a leading and innovative Irish based physiotherapy, personal training and fitness clinic.
The portal contains a wide range of high-quality tailored videos, workouts, live classes, training programmes, nutritional and mental health advice as well as self-assessment tools and access to trainers and physiotherapists for advice and additional services.
Dub Club Health Club has specific training plans to suit people of all ages and all fitness goals, helping users to avoid and rehabilitate injury, enhance performance, improve nutrition and increase wellness – all through their computer or mobile device.
Among the topics covered in the specially produced videos include strength and conditioning, core and mobility, yoga and Pilates and running mechanics.
With GAA clubs still closed and group exercise not currently possible, AIG wanted to develop this resource for club members and players to help keep them fit and active and to offer expert advice to ensure that Dub Club Health Club users have access to all the information they need to exercise safely.
Exercise has never been more important to help manage people’s physical and mental health and AIG is proud to offer Dublin club members and players free access to this incredible resource.
Commenting on the launch, Aidan Connaughton, General Manager at AIG Ireland said;
“As part of AIG’s commitment to supporting communities, the extension of the AIG Dub Club Health and Wellbeing initiative to provide free access to the whole Dublin GAA membership for our new innovative digital ‘Health Plus’ portal, is a further way for us to show that commitment.
“As an insurance company we manage risk and risk prevention is a key part of our business. This extension of our Dub Club Health initiative will further promote, support and encourage healthy living across Dublin GAA.’’
For further information and to enrol in the AIG Dub Club Health Club go to www.aig.ie/dubgymTags: Ali Twomey, Dublin camogie, Dublin football, Dublin hurling, Joey Boland, Niall Scully