Episode 4

Episode 4

On this show Dr Diane Cooper speaks to:

  • Tracey Percy speaks about being inclusive in physical activities and sports. Tracey is visually impaired, as are her three wonderful children. Her husband is completely blind. Tracey is involved with Special Olympics Ireland in Portlaoise and Vision Impaired Ireland. She is such a fantastic role model and she has done everything to offer the world to her children who have achieved amazing things in life and in sport. Tracey talks about some of the barriers she has had to overcome, but the strongest message she gives is about the ability that we all have and how important it is that we can access the right support. We (EduFIT) are delighted to say that will be working with Tracey in the coming weeks to see how we can do better and be better regarding inclusiveness in our physical activity and health opportunities.


  • Eimear Mathews recently competed in the Cork Ironman. We discuss her training, nutrition and preparation in the year leading in to the event, and her strategy for the day. Eimear talks honestly about adjusting to this unforeseen additional stress, the importance of support from her family and her Trilogy club, being a role model for her children, and encouraging women to get out there and go after what they want in life.


  • Ruth Kavanagh ANutr shares her tip and recipe of the week. You can view all recipes mentioned on the show HERE. Let us know what you think if you decide to make any of the recipes. 

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