It's now also got a fundraising element to support frontline workers.
The creator of a home fitness challenge is encouraging the people of the midlands to get involved.
Rochfortbridge's St. Mary's ladies team manager Ken Barry has devised the regime, which involves a lower and upper body workout, to keep his squad active while working from home.
It's expanded to become a fundraiser for the Midlands Regional Hospitals in Mullingar and Tullamore, with the public being asked to make a donation after completing the challenge.
Mr. Barry says the hope is to support everyone on the frontline while giving them a laugh:
#STMARYS30DAYCHALLENGE DAY 9️⃣!! Take a look at our very own @dawnie2311 as she and her colleagues from Tullamore Hospital take part in our challenge during their break at work 💪🏼 Get donating to support the girls working on the frontline 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 St Marys GAA IBAN- IE87 BOFI 90185381228161Posted by St Mary's Rochfortbridge Ladies GFC on Thursday, 9 April 2020