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Spring into Summer

1st April – 31st May
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Spring into Summer

1st April – 31st May

With warmer weather on the way, it’s time to ditch the winter jackets and get outside for a walk, wheel or maybe something else!
This spring, we’re challenging you to get moving in a way that works for you and enjoy the benefits of being active – while having fun at the same time.
Not only can a daily walk or activity improve your physical health, it can boost your mental wellbeing too. Being active can also support our social wellbeing, so why not challenge a friend so you can encourage and motivate each other along the way?
It’s time to grab your trainers and join us as we Spring into Summer!
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How to get involved

  • Sign up now for FREE and join our Spring into Summer squad.
  • Set your own daily goal – whether it’s 10,000 steps a day, a mile a day, a short daily walk that works for you, or something else that gets you moving!
  • Download our Spring into Summer calendar to keep track of your goal and let us know how you get on.
  • We’ll send you weekly emails to keep you motivated and give you tips and advice on how to make the most of your walks.

We’ll also be sending out weekly themes to our Spring into Summer squad. Snap a photo each week inspired by the theme, and you could be in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes!
Get the whole family involved – head out for a walk together or get competitive and see who can do the most steps!
Don’t forget to share your walks with us by using the hashtag #SpringIntoSummerCHSS on social media.
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Walking is wonderful!

There are so many benefits to getting outside for a walk or a wheel.
From boosting your mood to helping improve your health, here are just a few of the reasons we love walking:

  • 2 hours of walking per week can reduce your risk of stroke by up to 30%.
  • 30 minutes of walking a day can reduce symptoms of depression by up to 36%.
  • A daily 1-hour walk can cut your risk of obesity in half.
  • Regular walks of 30-60 minutes can reduce your risk of heart disease by 35%.

Taking a break, getting outside and connecting with nature can do wonders for your mental health, and regular walks are a simple way to help you look after your physical health too.
Download our Physical Activity Essential Guide to learn more about the benefits of staying active.

Could you walk the extra mile?

If Spring into Summer has inspired you to challenge yourself, why not go the extra mile and tackle one of our upcoming walking events?
You can stay healthy and get your steps in at the same time as raising money to help people across Scotland live their lives to the full.

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If you need any help or support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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