On today's Off The Couch, Meath GAA coach Colm Nally has a mix of skill drills to help you to stay sharp.
Whether you're a player training in isolation, or just looking for a new activity or something to try with the kids, there's something for everyone here.
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.
Speaking to OTB AM this morning, he advised that players should always be looking to add a "new weapon," to their game, whether it's a dummy solo, or improved ability to use their weaker foot.
This can all be worked on in a back garden, field or park during the lockdown.
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