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Exercise is not just about keeping our bodies fit; it also plays a pivotal role in supporting our mental health and overall happiness.

By engaging in physical exercises, such as walking, we stimulate the release of endorphins, those “feel-good” hormones that lift our spirits and boost our mood. Regular exercise reduces symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression while increasing our resilience and overall sense of well-being.

While Mental Health Month may be coming to a close, it’s vital to continue prioritizing mental health support throughout the year. With challenges that inspire teamwork, build camaraderie, and encourage individuals to reach their mental health and fitness goals, Walkingspree has a range of challenges lined up to support a workforce’s mental well-being!

Schedule a free demo today to explore how Walkingspree’s challenges can benefit an organization and discover firsthand how our platform can foster a workplace that encourages and facilitates the well-being of employees!

Why Choose Walkingspree?

  1. Improved Health: Walkingspree promotes regular physical activity, enhancing cardiovascular health and overall well-being.
  2. Enhanced Productivity: Engaging in physical activity, like walking, boosts focus, concentration, and cognitive function, leading to increased productivity.
  3. Reduced Healthcare Costs: Walkingspree’s emphasis on exercise can contribute to a healthier workforce, lowering long-term healthcare expenses.
  4. Employee Engagement: Walkingspree challenges foster camaraderie and teamwork, creating a positive company culture and higher employee engagement.
  5. Data-Driven Insights: Walkingspree provides valuable data and analytics to track participation, activity levels, and progress, enabling informed decision-making.
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Walkingspree’s Featured Step Challenges

Virtual JourneyWalkingspree Masters

This interactive fitness challenge motivates participants to increase their daily step count while embarking on a virtual golfing journey.

In this challenge, members will navigate a 9-hole course, unlocking fascinating golf trivia and tips at each hole. Every step counts as participants walk the fairways, sink those birdie putts, and improve their fitness game.

Pop-up Challenge4th of July Step Challenge

This one-day pop-up step challenge celebrates the spirit of Independence Day while keeping members engaged, healthy, and active!

Whether walking, running, or engaging in other forms of exercise, this step challenge allows individuals to participate in fun and healthy physical activity, embracing the essence of this special occasion.

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Exercise could be the first line of attack in mental health treatment

Exercise is gaining recognition as a primary strategy in treating mental health conditions. Research shows that physical activity reduces anxiety and depression symptoms, improves mood, and enhances overall mental resilience. Integrating exercise into treatment plans offers a holistic approach, complementing traditional therapies.

With its accessibility and wide-ranging benefits, exercise is becoming an essential first-line tool for addressing mental health challenges.
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Huge New Study Shows Why Exercise Should Be The First Choice in Treating Depression

University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers have concluded that exercise should be the primary treatment for depression and other commonly experienced mental health conditions.

Their extensive review of research indicates that physical activity can effectively alleviate mild to moderate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and psychological distress. Their findings reveal that exercise is 1.5 times more effective than counseling and leading medications.
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Am I Depressed? The Most Common Symptoms to Look Out For

Think you might be struggling with depression?

It’s not always easy to recognize, but identifying the symptoms is the first step toward getting the help you need.

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Anxious, Depressed? These Tips to Self-Care May Help

A lot of people are dealing with anxiety or depression.

Worry, sadness, restlessness, and irritability are just a few symptoms of depression and anxiety.

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Anxiety Attacks: Symptoms and Calming Techniques

Anxiety attacks can seem overwhelming when you’re in the middle of one, but with the right coping tools you can come out the other side.

What is an anxiety attack?

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