Top 10 Reasons to Join the British Invasion Walking Tour:
- Tracking activity helps you focus on a clear goal - 10,000 steps!
- One study found people wearing a pedometer walk about 2,000 more steps/day (about a mile) than those who do not wear a pedometer.
- There’s nothing like a little friendly competition to get you moving.
- Seeing progress throughout the day is motivating and fun.
- We’ll keep you accountable. How much are your REALLY moving?
- Positive feedback is encouraging and so is the support of those around you.
- It’s a great opportunity to kickstart a healthy and active summer.
- Free tour of the UK!
- Taking daily steps towards being more healthy is the best way to avoid the long-term consequences of living a sedentary and unhealthy life.
- Really great prizes!
Did you know you should be aiming for at least 10,000 steps per day? Here are a few of the many benefits of walking:
- Walking is one of the most simple, yet effective forms of exercise
- Walking can improve your mood and boost your energy levels
- Evidence suggests regular brisk walks could be as good or better for us than strenuous jogging
- Cardiovascular exercise, like walking, strengthens the heart and lungs and increases overall fitness
- Improves muscle endurance
- Strengthens bones and increases circulation
How active is your lifestyle?
- Fewer than 3,500 steps/day: Very Sedentary
- 3,500 - 5,000 steps/day: Sedentary
- 5,500 - 7,500 steps/day: Somewhat Active. You’re headed in the right direction, but need to increase activity levels.
- 7,500 - 9,000 steps/day: Doing better, but still not meeting the minimum recommendation.
- More than 9,000 steps/day: Active. Stick with it and keep moving!
- 10,000 steps/day: The minimum goal recommended by health experts.
Join the British Invasion Walking Tour Today!