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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Manpo translates as 10,000 steps and kei means metre.
Each challenger who stepped over 10,000 steps each day was drawn into a raffle and as the winner of the challenge, Mike received a PS50 voucher donated by Rich Vincent at Tri-Active in Rufus Court, Chester.
Michael Mosley, medical journalist, along with Professor Rob Copeland from the Sheffield Hallam University, investigated the purported benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day.
TV fitness guru Dr Michael Mosley says 30 minutes of brisk walking a day is better for your health than 10,000 steps.
Diet guru Dr Michael Mosley claims advice to walk 10,000 steps a day is a marketing ploy - and that 30 minutes of brisk walking is better.
A round of golf is roughly 10,000 steps (depending on your ability).
Julie said: "A lot of members have Fitbits and aim to get their 10,000 steps a day in.
The majority of golf fans walk more than 10,000 steps while spectators at a tournament, a new study shows.
If you look at it, if everyone did just 10,000 steps a day in America we would probably decrease health care budget by $500 billion a year and that shows how few people actually do it, and two how big a reduction in chronic disease we'd have if more did," said Michael F.
Walking 10,000 steps per day is quite task but you can go at your own pace and build the walks into your day-to-day routine.
I became obsessed with my 10,000 steps, doing all kinds of things to hit the target.
Each aimed to walk at least 10,000 steps every day for 50 days.