If you've tried walking 10,000 steps outdoors in the blazing heat, you've probably asked yourself halfway through completing the distance: Is this really going to help me live longer? Or can I get away with walking a few hundred steps less to save my sanity? The answer is yes. And yes. But there's a catch, obviously. The 10,000-steps-a-day exercise goals is a common target built into many wearable fitness trackers and smartphone apps. Companies are even organising their own step challenges. Singtel, for example, recently launched a new wellness platform with AIA called StepUp, where customers are able to redeem up to 3GB of local data based on the number of steps they take daily. The platform is part of the My Singtel app and syncs the number of steps taken to the user's smartphone. READ: Singtel partners with AIA to launch a new wellness platform called StepUp Setting and achieving a daily goal like 10,000 steps can be a decent way to increase your activity level and create a healthy lifestyle. Of course, not everyone has the time or will-power to do it. And here's where it gets interesting. THE KEY IS TO STAY ACTIVE First of all, how long is… Read full this story
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