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How active are you?
Understanding what the steps on your pedometer means is sometimes what will make the difference of getting great results from your pedometer or in a couple of months time it gathering dust in your junk draw. So lets find out with the help of Dr. Catrine Tudor-Locke how active you really are:
Pedometer for a newbie
It may look a little hi-tech at first, but on closer inspection you’ll find this nifty personal trainer is very easy to use and will soon become your indispensable, take-everywhere workplace challenge buddy.
A step in the right direction
Are you looking for everyday ways to increase your step count to 10,000 steps and beyond? Well, step right up! The secret to reaching 10,000 steps can be found in sneaking in a few simple exercises that will get the pedometer ticking over those steps.
Tips to help you make BIG changes to your daily step count
While 10,000 steps can feel like a huge number, it's very achievable. All it takes is a little planning. Try these 7 smart tips to help you make BIG changes to your daily step count..
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10,000 Steps USA
This all American, 10-week, team vs. team pedometer workplace challenge takes employees on a once-in-a-lifetime road trip across the grand old US of A. From the Big Apple to Las Vegas, Alcatraz to Route 66, they uncover North America’s most talked about icons, and send their step counts soaring higher than Lady Liberty!
10,000 Steps UK
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10,000 Steps Safari
On this virtual 6-week, team vs. team Step Safari challenge, employees take a walk on the wild side! As they don their safari suits, clip on their pedometers, and send their step count leaping like a gazelle, they go on an exhilarating safari through exotic Africa and earn their tiger stripes with every step!
We do the maths for you...
Instantly generate a quote for your challenge with our cost calculator. When you enter your estimated number of participants, not only will you be given a quote in your currency, your company’s approximate steps and distance travelled during the 10,000 Steps Tasmania challenge will be revealed.
Not only does walking reduce your risk of illness and injury, it increases your fitness, health and wellbeing, achieves results you can see, and has the lowest dropout rate of any form of exercise – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Discover how walking can work for you!
Walking, 10000 Steps and Pedometer Research
Presented here are recent studies on employee health, as well as evidence of how workplace walking programs reduce absenteeism and health costs, increase employee productivity and health, and generate a very profitable Return on Investment.
The GSensor 2027 Pedometer
Whether you choose to wear the GS2027 pedometer in your pocket or use the detachable belt-clip to pop it on to your waistband, you can count on it to do the counting whilst you explore new ways to walk towards 10,000 steps a day.