17th December 2020, 11:24 | rl_cares

Stay fit and mentally strong with Offload Online Live!

Stay fit and mentally strong with Offload Online Live!

Christmas can be a tough time for many people, and more of us will find it a struggle to share the festive spirit in year dominated by the impact of Covid-19.

If you, or someone you know, needs help staying mentally strong over the holiday period and beyond, Rugby League Cares might have the answer.

Offload is an award-winning mental fitness programme run by RL Cares, the independent charity that support people at every level of the Rugby League family.

Although aimed predominantly at men, and usually run in face-to-face sessions at six professional Rugby League clubs, Offload is now open to anyone via a series of weekly online presentations.

Join us tonight, Thursday December 17th, at 6.45pm for the final Offload Online Live! fixture of 2020 when Shaun Lunt, Johnny Lawless and Keith Senior will be discussing how to manage emotions and sharing their real-life experiences and advice.

The fixture last for 45 minutes to an hour and is completely anonymous – no-one has to sign in or is expected to contribute. What’s more they’re free!

The presentations will take place on Zoom. If you have not used Zoom before, you do not need access to a computer and can download the zoom app on your phone.

To join the Offload Online Live! fixtures at 6.45pm simply click this link or, if using the app, use meeting ID: 833 7060 2598 (no password required).

If you want to catch up on any off the other Offload Online Live! fixtures the recordings, which cover a range of topics including stress and coping, and challenging negative thinking can be found here.

The Offload programme is currently running face-to-face fixtures at six clubs: Featherstone Rovers, Leeds Rhinos, St Helens, Salford Red Devils, Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings.

Fixtures take place every week over a 10-week programme at the clubs’ home stadiums.

New programmes are starting in January!

For more information about Offload and how to take part please visit the Rugby League Cares website.