Are you guilty of only taking 3,000 steps a day like the average office worker? Did you know that the recommended daily minimum is 10,000? Scary, huh. But the good news is there's an easy way to bridge that gap. Just step up to Steptember.
So what exactly is Steptember, you ask?
It's easy. Just challenge yourself to take 10,000 steps a day for 28 days straight during September.
It's a way to get fit, and to do good at the same time because every step you take is a step towards helping kids and adults across Australia living with cerebral palsy.
Sounds easy enough, right? Find out more by watching this video, and see what Steptember is all about.
We'll give you a pedometer that you can wear throughout the challenge. Step any way you like! Dance, run, wheel, surf, swim.
How do I get involved?
NSLHD staff: Please read
these instructions on how to register. Be quick!
Find 3 team mates (4 people per team)
Register online at
www.steptember.org.au before 18 August 2017
The team captain registers themselves and the team (select "Team Captain" when registering). The team mates will then receive an email invite to join the team and register themselves.
Wait by the mailbox for your pedometer and Steptember kit to arrive!
Start planning how to get more steps into your day!
Walk, dance, run, cycle, swim – it all counts towards your Steptember step tally!