Wondering how you’re going to get to 100,000 steps in one month? Or maybe you’re stuck for ideas and inspiration on what to do? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. 

 

 
Dog walking

Take your pooch for a leisurely stroll around the block, or a more adventurous walk through local woodland. 


Skipping 

Already own a skipping rope? This is a great way to get those extra steps. 

 

Take the stairs 

Do you often take the escalator or lift? Next time, choose the stairs for additional steps.  

 

Walk around your local park 

If the weather is nice, why not walk a lap around your local park? A good walk can do wonders for your mental well-being.  

 

Star jumps 

Star jumps (or jumping jacks) can be done anywhere - outside in the garden, or inside while watching TV. 

 

Dancing 

Dance along to your favourite song – feel free to sing along, we promise we won’t listen!  

 

Brew walks 

Got nothing to do while waiting for the kettle to boil? Pace around the living room and see how many steps you can get.  

 

Walk on your lunch break 

Going for a walk on your lunch break can boost your mood, productivity and beat fatigue. 

 

House cleaning 

Did you know that just one minute of house cleaning can be the equivalent to 110 steps! 

 

How to track your steps 

If you have a smart watch such as a Fitbit or an Apple Watch you can keep track of your daily steps. But you don’t need a smart watch to take part. 

Most modern smart phones can track your steps automatically such as: 

You can also use a step count pedometer if technology isn’t your thing.

However you choose to track your steps, why not download and print your own step count chart, allowing you to track your steps daily. 

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