WALKING AT WORK

How we work has changed drastically for a lot of us in recent months. 

This page is for people returning to their workplace, those continuing to work from home and anyone wanting to get a bit more active.

Just a 20 minute walk can have fantastic health benefits, helping to stave off chronic conditions like heart disease, certain cancers and diabetes.

 

Walking can also help ease two of the big side effects of the coronavirus pandemic - isolation and inactivity.

Whether you are walking at work or walking from home - we have something for you.

From Walking Works - our walking programme designed for workplaces - to our spinning wheel of tips to inspire you to walk more.

Walking Works

Walking Works is our programme for embedding the culture of walking into workplaces.

The programme has been re-developed so it's appropriate to run safely and effectively during the pandemic.

Workplaces across the country are taking steps to be more active, more productive, healthier and happier - join them!

#WalkingWorks

Find out more about Walking Works

SPIN THE WHEEL

Our #Try20 tips can help you find new ways to fit 20 minutes of walking into your day. 

Spin the wheel to see which tip you should try today!

Invite your colleagues to spin with you! Challenge them to tick off the most tips or split up into teams and see which of you can complete the most spins!

 

Share your spin on social media @LivingStreets #WalkingFromHome #Try20

 

Inspiring stories from the nation's workforce

#WalkingFromHome: Ricardo

How one business and its employees are adapting to #walkingfromhome

#WalkingFromHome: Podcasts

Some podcast recommendations for you to enjoy whilst #walkingfromhome

#WalkingFromHome: Dan O'Connell

Ashton's streets are quieter than usual. In the absence of all the usual distractions, an eerie calm has descended upon our Dan's walks.

More #walkingfromhome blogs

Some of the workplaces we work with

Blackpool Teaching Hospital logo
Bucks new university logo
nst logo
Surrey logo
Phoenix Group logo
Surrey and Sussex logo
North Lindsey College logo
ricardo