Exercise... made easy

Did you know that walking briskly, even for one minute, counts as exercise?

It's easier than you think to fit into your day with our FREE Active 10 walking tracker app!

Just 10 minutes

Brisk walking

A brisk daily walk is a great excuse to get outside and improve your health. You can start small and build up your time – you might be surprised how much you can do!

Brisk walking is simply walking quicker than usual at a pace that gets your heart pumping. Every minute of activity counts, but aim for at least 10 minutes a day. The Active 10 app is a great way to help you monitor and gradually increase your brisk walking levels over time.

You could walk part of your journey home, pop to the shops on foot, or just get some fresh air. No gym memberships and no brightly coloured Lycra needed!

Get started with our free app

Our free Active 10 walking tracker app takes away the guesswork. It shows how much brisk walking you're doing and how you can do more. It's easy to use and helps you set your goals for the day.

Join the 800,000 people who have downloaded the Active 10 app and get walking to a healthier you. Available FREE on Android and iOS.

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Walk your way to health

 

A daily brisk walk can make you feel better in so many ways. It can boost your energy, clear your head and lift your mood.

It can help with many health issues, such as lower back pain and those at risk of high blood pressure.

It’s also great for your long-term health – it can reduce your risk of serious illnesses like heart disease, anxiety, depression, type 2 diabetes and some cancers.

Get talking about your walking

HealthUnlocked is a social network for health. It’s an online community where you can connect to people with similar health conditions.

Ask for advice and support on getting more active, share your own experiences. or just chat to people who understand your perspective.

HealthUnlocked is moderated by reliable patient organisations and charities and hosted on a third party site.

Frequently asked questions

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