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If you’ve found the current circumstances have allowed you to get out on foot more, then our latest challenge can help you cement taking a stroll into your lifestyle.

Our #WalkThisMay challenge gives you the change to seek a greater reward for all those walks you’ve been taking by giving those who track 20km of walks in May with the chance to win a FitBit*.

 

If you’ve found the current circumstances have allowed you to get out on foot more, then our latest challenge can help you cement taking a stroll into your lifestyle.

Our #WalkThisMay challenge gives you the change to seek a greater reward for all those walks you’ve been taking by giving those who track 20km of walks in May with the chance to win a FitBit*.

As well as the chance to with a FitBit, there are many other benefits to this simple exercise. According for BUPA, walking is

  • good for your health – it has numerous benefits including reducing your risk of diabetes
  • convenient – you can just get up and go when it suits you
  • free – it won’t cost you a penny as you don’t pay for fuel, parking or transport fares
  • predictable – you’re in control so you don’t have the stress of late buses and traffic jams
  • a great way to discover new areas – it’s amazing what you find just from taking a different route
  • one way to improve your environment – walking instead of driving means less pollution and hence better air quality

To take part in the #WalkThisMay challenge, all you need to do is click on the challenge banner on the home screen of the Erewash Can app, enter the challenge and when you go out for walks, use the GPS tracker to record your walk and it’ll all add into the total.

Everyone who completes the challenge will be entered into a draw and be given a chance to win a FitBit*. T&Cs apply.

 

 

 

References

Dr Atkins, E. (2018). The health benefits of walking. Available: https://www.bupa.co.uk/newsroom/ourviews/walking-health. Last accessed 5 May 2020.