Meet Julianna

"Making a pledge was the motivation I needed to kick-start healthier habits"

Meet Stephen

"Making a pledge helped me set a new challenge after my life changing 12 stone weight loss"

Sometimes we all need that little nudge to get us started and that’s where our pledges come in.

By making a simple pledge you’re sharing how you aim to become more active. It can be as much or as little as you’re comfortable with. The important thing is that you’re taking steps towards a healthier you.

To begin the Couch 2 5k this month
Emma BennettWales
I pledge to train for and run three half marathons in total this year.
Kitt BaguleySouth East
I pledge to reach a 250 kg deadlift by Sept and win my first novice strongman Competition by July 20
Adam Jessup-SmithersSouth East
I will walk up the stairs to my office on the 9th floor every workday morning.
Gillian JohnsonEastern
To have a healthier state of mind and stop beating myself up thinking I am worthless.
Wayne EvansWales
I pledge not to eat between meals for the next 4 weeks. With any luck it will become a good habit
Anita PotterSouth East
To complete at least 10,000 steps per day and to do some form of exercise every day
Samantha NeilNorth East
To work towards being able to complete a 5k run and to continue walking 10,000 steps every day
Yvonne Brown London
I will eat healthy and exercise for 20 minutes every day.
Gillian DoddNorth West
I pledge to exercise 5 times a week
Helena PilkingtonMidlands
I pledge to walk at least 10,000 steps every day
Su OinnSouth East
Twice a week gym sessions
Clara LachezeLondon
To increase my daily step count to 15000 every day
Ken NewbrookNorth East
I pledge to do High Impact Training at least three times a week.
Michael HoughtonMidlands
30 minute fast walk every day this month
Alison TomkinsSouth West
To ensure I eat my 5 fruit & veg every day, by swapping snacks to fruit in the office!
Annabel WrightLondon
To run a full marathon before I am 50 years old which will be 3rd August 2020. Never done it before.
Yasir Khan Midlands
I pledge to stop making excuses and make more time for exercise and eating healthily
Charlotte MillsMidlands
To walk to work when I am working locally and when working at a further distance away from home to g
Paula FarrarMidlands
I pledge to keep going with my cardiac rehabilitation after having open heart surgery.
Derrick FawcettMidlands
I pledge to stop eating lunch at my desk and to take a walk instead.
Jo DebnamLondon
To explore, visit and have adventures in the UK with our new-born baby.
Matthew JohnsonMidlands
I WIll do 2 5KM run in the week
Aman DeepLondon
I pledge to meditate for 20 minutes every day and run 4 days a week for my overall wellbeing
Matthew BeswickLondon
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