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10000 steps walking resiurces for workplace pedometer challenge

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 USA team have put together these helpful and downloadable resources to put you on the right track towards your successful pedometer challenge.


  • Avoid Mondayitis – Choose a challenge start date that encourages positive attitudes
    It’s official: Mondays are the most hated day of the week! Avoid Mondayitis when planning your workplace challenge start date – choose a start date that encourages positive attitudes. Research shows it’s in your best interest! Find out why...
    Avoid Mondayitis – Choose a challenge start date that encourages positive attitudes (185.6 kb)
  • Get a head start on your Pedometer Challenge Planning
    No matter if you’re running your own workplace pedometer program or considering utilizing an established 10,000 steps challenge, planning ahead is key. Find out the crucial elements you need to consider when planning for and achieving a successful 10,000 steps challenge.
    Get a head start on your Pedometer Challenge Planning (166.9 kb)
  • 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 Tasmania Pedometer Specialist, Kate Crosby.
    Avoiding Pedometer Pitfalls: how to choose a pedometer that will count every step – because every step counts! (171.1 kb)