Measure progress

17 Jun Measure progress

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Measure progress

Take stock of your individual progress regarding the type and amount of movement you do by measuring your weekly progress, for example with walking tests.

One way to do a walking test might look like this: An adult in a normal, healthy condition requires around a quarter of an hour of brisk walking (not running) to walk 2 km.

Another option is to walk briskly for 5 minutes on an athletics track and measure how far you can get.

This test can be repeated weekly or every 2 weeks to measure progress. This will motivate you!

More information can be found on the HEPA website or here.

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