Lifefit Gym is the culmination of Paul Dunne’s decade of experience in the fitness industry. Having worked as a Personal trainer, fitness instructor, gym manager, regional manager and strength and conditioning coach with clients interested in body recomposition, strength, power, mobility, rehabilitation and performance. In 2018 he designed and implemented a fundamental movement skills programme which rolled out to 7 schools in North Clare over 3 months. This programme was again running in 2020 until the closure of the schools halted it.
LifeFit gym reflects Paul’s desire that everyone from an 8 year old who wants to play fun games to an 80 year old who wants to stay strong and mobile …and everything in between including weightlifters, powerlifters, bodybuilders, total novices, weekend warriors and 1 day a week class goers should have a place to feel part of. For me everyone should feel comfortable and have fun regardless of shape, size, strength, age, gender, orientation or ability level.
Paul has a decade of experience in the fitness industry.
He is currently completing a degree in Strength and conditioning having previously completed the certificate and higher certificate through Setanta College.
He holds qualifications in fitness and gym instruction, suspensions training, kettlebell training, spin and swim teaching, a diploma in exercise and physical activity for children and is a level 1 Weightlifting Ireland Coach.
He is also currently studying the Precision Nutrition Level 1 course.
Paul has been strength and conditioning coach with the Clare Ladies Football team for the past 3 years and spent a year with the Clare minor football team prior to this. He has also worked with Ennistymon senior footballers as strength coach, Ennistymon underage hurlers, Burren Utd ladies soccer team, Kilmurray Ibrickane senior football team and Stella Maris rowing club in Dublin where he also competed in skiff rowing.
A native of North Offaly Paul spend 20 years living in Dublin before moving to Clare in 2013. He is a keen (if dodgy) surfer and a massive sports fan. Previously the gym manager in Lahinch Leisure World Paul opened his own gym in December 2019 when Lahinch Leisure World closed for refurbishment.
Paul’s online programming will endeavour to bring something to those who can’t come to the gym through, time, work or financial constraints. If you can’t find something you like contact Paul and he’ll try to resolve it.