may is living streets' national walking month
#Try20 for National Walking Month - walk for 20 minutes every day as part of your daily exercise and see what benefits you experience.
Many of us are appreciating the chance to get out for a walk more than ever. We’re here to help you keep your daily exercise fresh, interesting - and most of all - safe.
Our #Try20 tips and resources can help you, whether you're walking as a family, trying to fit in some exercise whilst working from home, or if you're restricted to indoor exercise.
It remains incredibly important to keep active, both for our own wellbeing and to avoid storing up massive health problems for ourselves and the NHS in the future.
Health experts recommend a brisk daily walk as an easy way to improve your health with a 20 minute walk being shown to reduce the risk of a number of preventable health conditions, including certain cancers, depression, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Download and print off our #Try20 poster to keep you motivated all month long!
Save our check list to your phone and tick off the tips as you go, or visit the web page.
Episode 3 - Is walking a super power?
Professor Shane O'Mara of Trinity College, Dublin, talks to us about the amazing ways walking benefits not just our bodies but our brains too.
The daily commute has changed drastically for a lot of us in recent weeks.
Inspiration to help you take a break from your home office.
For teachers, parents and families looking for inspiration and ideas to help keep children active, we've created some free resources and activities.
Keep the kids entertained this National Walking Month!