Where did this 10 000-steps-a-day rule came from?
Ok, these last few days there was a lot to do about the all known fact that you should take 10 000 steps a day to be fit and healthy. For decades we were told that taking
10 000 steps is key to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
But now, all of a sudden, a new scientific research shines a new light on this fit-goal.
Telling us that this goal dates from the 60's and was "invented" by some Japanese professor. Shortly afterwards, this rule became a huge hype which made it appealing to the fitness industry to use this so called fit-fact as a marketing strategy to increase the number of fit-trackers, fitness subscriptions, ... sold.
So it's all just a delusion?
Why making a running bucket list?
Simply because working out, staying active week in and out, keeping your motivation high isn't as easy as everyone who's managing it likes to make it look!
It takes planning, preparation, dedication but most of all variation!
And that's exactly why your bucket list can help you stay motivated! 'Cause it can challenge you to spice up your training scheme and keep the fun in it so you don't get bored out by doing the same old training over and over again!
Hi, mijn naam is Lena en als gediplomeerd sportcoach wil ik de mensen rond mij motiveren, inspireren & helpen om hun leven over een gezonde(re) boeg te gooien