AIG has expanded free membership of its online Health and Wellness Club to all members of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association. This is in addition to all members of Dublin GAA clubs, announced at the launch of the service earlier this month.

The ‘AIG Health’ portal provides access to four specialist member areas in physio-led fitness, athletic development, fitness for life and mobility.

In addition, there is access to Home Video exercise plans, injury prevention and rehab, strength and conditioning, core and mobility, yoga and pilates and running mechanics videos and advice.

This service is hosted and delivered by AIG’s partners, Sports Physio Ireland.

“As part of AIG’s commitment to supporting communities across Ireland, the extension of the AIG Health and Wellbeing initiative, which provides free access for those with LGFA membership to our new innovative digital ‘AIG Health’ portal, is a further way for us to show that commitment,” said AIG Ireland General Manager Aidan Connaughton.

“As an insurance company, we manage risk and its prevention, which is a key part of our business.”

“This extension of our Club Health initiative to Ladies Football will further promote, support and encourage healthy living across the LGFA, in addition to reinforcing our values and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.”

“As an inter-county player, I’m acutely aware of the benefits of specialist advice when it comes to my physical fitness,” added LGFA AIG Cúl an mBliana winner, Aimee Mackin.

“The ‘AIG Health’ portal is a fantastic resource that is now available to all LGFA players and members – and I would encourage as many people as possible to use it.”

“The time will come soon when we are back on the training pitch but, in the meantime, I’m keeping in shape in my home gym and with virtual training sessions.”


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