New Zealand legend Robbie Hunter-Paul leads a fun All Onside fixture focusing on leg strengthening.
To mark Testicular Cancer Awareness Week, Rugby League Cares have teamed up with OddBalls to put some colour into their daily All Onside fitness fixtures.
Each workout is around 30 minutes long and it is fun, informal, low intensity and requires no professional equipment and just a small space.
The workouts are streamed on RL Cares’ Facebook page every evening (Mon-Sat) at 7:30pm.
All Onside with Robbie Hunter-Paul: Legs workout (Friday, April 24)
New Zealand legend Robbie Hunter-Paul (who, like the kiwi bird, is unable to fly and has very short legs that keep him low to the ground), leads a fun All Onside fixture focusing on leg strengthening! The fixture is delivered in association with our partners OddBalls during Testicular Cancer Awareness Month.All Onside fixtures are designed to help you enjoy exercise during the coronavirus lockdown: they can be as easy or as hard as you want them to be.Remember to drink lot of water and to have fun!For more information on OddBalls and the work of the OddBalls Foundation, please visit https://www.myoddballs.com#StayHomeSaveLives
Posted by Rugby League Cares on Friday, 24 April 2020
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