Ten Thousand Steps

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A term referring to a Japanese study that found that people who walk at least 10,000 steps each day have a greater level of fitness
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It has prompted plans for a new initiative to get more people walking and German professor Dr Peter Schwarz recommends 10,000 steps every day from the age of 22 as an effective means to stay healthy.
Newcastle Council's raising participation team have developed the challenge to help individuals achieve the Government recommendations of 10,000 steps a day.
Through a non-competitive, recreational and social approach, it encourages each member to walk 10,000 steps a day.
Douglas Annan, senior vice-president and site director, said: "If each of us was to achieve 10,000 steps a day - broadly five miles - it would amount to 49,000 miles, or the equivalent of someone taking seven journeys to our parent company's offices in Singapore.
Walk In Her Shoes wants people to pledge 10,000 steps a day for a week to show support for women around the world who regularly trudge miles for water.
The daily step average for participants was for 10,000 steps a day, which UHCW smashed by recording an average score of 16,048 steps.
You're aiming for 10,000 steps a day (one minute of aerobic exercise is equal to 100 steps).
Average daily step counts climbed each week of the competition, and 60 teams averaged more than 10,000 steps per team member per day.
Radio City's Cash for Kids is hoping to raise PS40,000 and have invited supporters to dress up in capes and walk 10,000 steps for the unit tomorrow.
Fitbit likes to tell people that 10,000 steps daily (roughly five miles) is the "magic number.
Alternatively, invest in a pedometer and aim for at least 10,000 steps each day; | At an average speed of 3.