Don't feel like you have to stay on the sofa, there are plenty of active GAA challenges that you can do while on field activities have been suspended.
A number of clubs, counties and coaches have supplied drills and skill tests that suit juveniles to adults.
You have no excuse.
So we were putting up our hurling challenges.— Eoghan Ruadh (@DGNHurlingclub) March 17, 2020
Now the lads are coming up with their own!
U12 Cormac Joe McErlean has challenged team mates Christopher, Matthew, Odhran plus @D_Casey_11 & Cork @Hoggie088 to the 30 second striking challenge!! 25 to beat 💪
It’s here..... The #Peil4All 8 Step Challenge. Looks like we’re going to be at home for a while so let’s see how far you can get. Send in your videos and Pictures . Make sure to tag and follow @Peil4All to be in with a chance of winning a new Wexford Jersey #skills pic.twitter.com/yQ6WV8fbk9— Anthony Masterson (@antomasterson1) March 18, 2020
VIDEO1— Official Wicklow GAA (@wicklowgaa) March 18, 2020
Gary Jameson our Wicklow GAA Garden county academy S&C coach has put together some exercise clips for our GCA squads. We thought other club players Club youth coaches might find them of use . He’s going to run these videos weekly
Warm up-Complete 1 round of the 6 exercise pic.twitter.com/8beiVcVa8O
For Keepers, drills to do at home (inside & out). Our County Keepers will also share ideas. Here’s the 1st. Keep practising #GoodHandsCleanHands @sligogaa @SligoGAACandG @ConnachtGAA pic.twitter.com/yUOj6vdpS2— Damien Eames (@damien_eames) March 18, 2020