Finnstown Country House Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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Today started a bit earlier than the rest. We got up, got ready, loaded the car, scarfed down some breakfast and headed out on our last long haul. It took only about two hours to basically cross the entirety of Ireland on the motorway. No narrow streets, no winding roads. Who'd have thought I would kind of miss that?! We got to our hotel before 11 …
This morning we started off with a lecture over dry needling. Joey Boland a physiotherapist taught us how dry needling worked. Dry needling is similar to acupuncture. The needle can placed on the trigger point of the muscle. Needles range from 20-60 mm depending on the muscle. Once the needle is placed in the muscle it is usually left for 2-4 minutes. To help relieve tension ...
... a warm pool to help players recover. There was also a warm up area for the players to get ready for the game in. I was waiting all trip for this tour and Aviva definitely did not disappoint. For dinner Mackenzie and I went to Burger King to try fast food overseas for the first time. It tasted pretty much the same. The only difference I noticed in my Whopper was that the burger patty was less greasy compared to back home. Other than that it was the ...
... to me simply because it reminded me of softball.. A very backwards softball, mixed with hockey. Some of the techniques were hard to pick up on, but this was a very fun game to play. Not only did we get to play the games, but we also got to meet players and managers (coaches). These are the people we learned from, and they made it such a great ...
Today well a long day. Despite that it was full of culture and fun stories. To start the day off we toured Croke Park. This is the heart of the GAA and Irish sports. From a sports management this was my favorite part of the day. It was awesome to see a stadium in another country. The second part ...