“If you walk with or have a spring in your step, you walk energetically in a way that shows you’re feeling happy and confident”

And with Spring now upon us, there’s no better time to start something new to boost happiness.

Walking is one of the simplest forms of exercise, yet due to busy lifestyles and commitments, it can often be neglected.

A brisk walk can help you lose weight, improve your cardiovascular health and strengthen weak joints and muscles.

It can also help your mental health; Improving self-perception and self-esteem, lifting your mood and giving helping you get better quality sleep.

Walking is also known to reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue, all common factors in daily working life for some.

At Fuell we love walking and always aim to track as many steps as we can every day – simple things like walking to work, having walking meetings and always taking the stairs really help to keep our step count high. We’re a pretty happy bunch too!

So with the clocks going forward and more daylight hours, why not use this to try and better your daily step count.

To help you we’re running the Fuell ‘Spring into Spring’ step challenge.

Where we’ve set a 10,000 steps per day count throughout April – not only will you feel fitter be achieving this you’ll be hitting the NHS recommended guidelines of 150 minutes of brisk exercise per week. PLUS we’ve thrown in a prize too.

Let’s all get a spring in our step and move more towards a healthy happier life.

#movetogther #stepintospring


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