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Friday, April 4, 2014

Staying Fit with The STEPS Project

    Ever since February, one of the ways I stay fit and active is through walking. According to studies, walking an average of 10,000 steps a day is a good indicator of an active lifestyle of a person. An inactive person usually takes about 3,000 steps a day only. Some people would monitor their steps per day using a pedometer. As for me, I used an android app call Noom Walk A noom walk is a pedometer that counts your steps each day. What's good about it is that it monitors your steps and sets your daily target depending on your performance. I love that its very handy and its easy to use. 

Noom Walk
https://www.noom.com/walk.php



      For almost three months of using Noom walk, I have come to realize and love the idea of walking. Its also great that it has a lot of benefits and is very easy to do. I also did walking because I wanted to lose weight and go back to my pre-pregnancy weight of 43kgs. Right now, I've lost 3.5kgs from 53kgs. 

20 Benefits of Walking
Photo from http://www.google.com.ph/


So if you want to start walking as a form of exercise or you're already into walking, then you might want to join THE STEPS PROJECT that will happen on May 18, 2014 at the UP Academic Oval. Registration is only Php350.00



The Steps Project is all about moving one step at a time. It aims to promote fitness and better health through achieving an active lifestyle by targeting 10,000 steps a day.
Why 10,000 steps? Because studies show that 10,000 steps a day is equivalent to the minimum daily exercise recommendation of most health authorities to reduce health risk. Lower health risks means more love for the heart!
The Steps project is building a community of steppers who will adapt and advocate for the movement. Let us help each other achieve 10,000 steps a day!
  • The Steps Project Active Lifestyle Fair with Rovilson Fernandez

    Join our event!

    The Steps Project Active Lifestyle Fair with Rovilson Fernandez
    May 18, 2014 at the UP Academic Oval
    Let's walk and trade our steps for freebies!
    It's simple! Just do the following:
    1. Complete one round of the academic oval and get your lifestyle band. The more rounds you make, the more lifestyle bands you get.
    2. Exchange your band/s at your booth of choice for freebies, gift certificate or discount voucher.
    3. Register now for only P350!
(From http://www.thestepsproject.com/#home)

Click here for the registration form: http://www.thestepsproject.com/#reg

So let's start an active and healthy lifestyle and start walking!:) 
Happy walking everyone! See you at the Steps Project!:)

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