The quarter finals of Ireland’s Fittest Family takes place tonight.
We might not all feel like a fit family after Lockdown 3.0 but we sure do enjoy others getting put through their paces.
Ireland’s Fittest Families is back this evening for the last of the quarter-finals.
The Sunday evening television mainstay is set to feature the last of the quarter-finalists and choose a final four for next week.
According to the show, the families are gearing up to “take on a whole new set of challenges.”
“The condition of the man, he looks like Ned Flanders”
— RTÉ One (@RTEOne) February 4, 2021
In the first quarter final, Derval O’Rourke’s Cullen family from Wexford and Miley family from Kildare made it through the competition.
Tonight, the Kulczynskis from Clare and O’Rourkes from Galway are in competition.
Joining them are Meath family the Brackens, and the Allens from Tipperary.
The first challenge is being billed as the “Pontoons of Pain” – a four family relay race that includes a forest run.
The ever-popular “Hanging Tough” will return also for a real test of endurance.
The four families will finish off on “The Eliminator” with a course full of enormous ramps and climbs.
Let’s see who’ll make it through, we don’t envy them!