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'I'm a bionic woman': How exercise helped Niamh O'Donoghue

The journalist has pins in her spine to help her scoliosis.

Source: FLYEfit/YouTube

IN THE SPACE of just eight hours, Niamh O’Donoghue’s spine went from a curvature of 20 degrees to over 86 degrees.

As the journalist says herself: “It felt like I’d been taken out of my own body and put into somebody else’s body.”

Now she uses the gym as a way of maintaining an active lifestyle.

Here is her story.

FLYEfit will soon unveil their brand new flagship gym at The Vaults, CHQ. Located in the heart of the IFSC, it includes free weights, racks, Olympic lifting and much more in a unique setting from just €29 per month.

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