13 September 2010

Fitness, step by step

Win a ThinQ Pedometer and walk your way into shape for summer.

It's spring, and getting a clear look at ourselves in the mirror may not be the best of experiences. The extra winter kilos simply have to go before we get some (controlled) sunshine on our skin.  While losing unnecessary weight is good for you, getting fit is a better goal and it doesn't have to be expensive or complicate your schedule. 

Besides getting rid of stress, toning your body and losing some weight, walking is something that you can do with the whole family.  Even if you're doing it before or after work during the week, there's no reason not to take everyone and the dog with you on a Saturday afternoon.   The goal to aim for is 10,000 steps a day, and to help you measure your strides and how many kilojoules/calories you're burning, we've test-driven the SportlineThinQ Pedometer, which has these features:


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