Today it's Longford footballer Mickey Quinn with a ball challenge to keep our minds and bodies active with another mix of skills to try on Off The Couch.
Some of them are harder than you might think!
During the current lockdown, Mickey's been busy trying out some skills and tricks - and putting challenges out on social media.
This tasty trick-finish is just one example:
Great to see loads of GAA Skill Challenges out there at the moment 👌 Get creative and try invent a new skill! Worth a try in a game??😏 Lots more coming in the next few days with a some prices up for grabs too! @niallmorgan01 @Pa_Collum1 pic.twitter.com/q50Oywhi9V
— Mickey Quinn (@mickeyq06) March 19, 2020
Yesterday, it was the turn of Meath GAA coach Colm Nally to show us some skills on Off The Couch.
As a member of the Meath backroom team, Colm's been keen to stress the importance of sharpening hand control and kicking skills while the current restrictions are in place.
These tips come from a series of training videos he's been developing with Newtown Blues in Drogheda, featuring senior players demonstrating core skills.
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