Everything you need to run a successful workplace challenge
Whether you’re considering a workplace pedometer challenge for the first time, or comparing options available to you, we understand it can all be a little overwhelming! So rather than bombard you with facts and figures, the 10,000 Steps Australia team have put together these helpful and downloadable resources to put you on the right track towards your successful pedometer challenge.
9 tips to help you turn your workplace into a walk place
Many office workers wake from an 8-hour lie down, only to prepare for an 8-hour sit down. So we’ve developed some sure fire ways for you to invigorate sedentary staff, and inspire the office movers, shakers and minute takers to find 10,000 steps, in and around the office.
Avoiding Pedometer Pitfalls: how to choose a pedometer that will count every step – because every step counts!
No matter if you’re running your own workplace pedometer program or considering utilizing an established 10,000 steps challenge, the pedometer is the number one measurement tool, and the greatest investment you can make in the lead up to your challenge. So how can the untrained eye sort the star performers from the ‘cereal box’ variety? We pick the brains of the Director of Pedometers Australia and 10,000 Steps Australia Pedometer Specialist, Kate Crosby.
Logging activity minutes vs pedometer steps: The Pros and Cons
To log activity minutes or not to log activity minutes? – that is the question! Take a minute to find out the pros and cons of each option so you can deliver a pedometer workplace challenge that will have inexperienced walkers and step-count stars racing neck-and-neck!
10,000 Steps Australia workplace challenge implementation timeline
How quickly can you have your 10,000 Steps Australia workplace challenge up and running?
Have a look at your seamless implementation timeline and you’ll see it’s just a hop, skip and a jump away!