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Pledges in play

Check out all the pledges so far and see if you can find your own

Sometimes all it takes is small steps to get big rewards. Pledge to make a difference to your wellbeing throughout Active Wellbeing 2021. 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.

We’ve got a whole range of pledges to pick from, or you can even create your own. Take a look at all the pledges so far below!

I pledge to take time, each week, to discover a new way to exercise at home.
joshua dowdingWales
I pledge to achieve a distance of 120km on my stationary bike
Antonia RoseWales
I pledge to cover 60km over 30 days of running
Ryan CuffinWales
I pledge to take time from my workspace to focus on gentle stretching, mindfulness and chairobics.
Hajira MahomedLondon
I pledge to take time from my workspace to focus on gentle stretching, mindfulness and chairobics.
Ian ParryWales
I pledge to cover 100km over 30 days, using a combination of running, walking, swimming and cycling.
Hayden OwenWales
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Sarah BriscoYorkshire
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Julie LedesmaMidlands
I pledge to cover 100km over 30 days, using a combination of running, walking, swimming and cycling.
Thomas LenihanNorth West
I pledge to cover 100km over 30 days, using a combination of running, walking, swimming and cycling.
Stephanie SurringerSouth West
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Russell SpeakWales
I pledge to take time for me and schedule in, at least, 30 minutes per day to do something I enjoy.
Angela CarrEastern
I pledge to increase my step-count, by getting outside, for 30 minutes every day, to feel energised.
Gabrielle FawcettNorth West
I pledge to cover 100km over 30 days, using a combination of running, walking, swimming and cycling.
Paula EllwoodMidlands
I pledge to increase my step-count, by getting outside, for 30 minutes every day, to feel energised.
Jody PeersSouth West
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Antony TeacySouth East
During meetings try and incorporate some lifting light weights
Ian BaumberNorth West
I pledge to take time for me and schedule in, at least, 30 minutes per day to do something I enjoy.
Laurence DeeganYorkshire
I pledge to increase my step-count, by getting outside, for 30 minutes every day, to feel energised.
hollie richardsonWales
I pledge to cover 100km over 30 days, using a combination of running, walking, swimming and cycling.
Julie RiddleScotland
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Dannielle FletcherYorkshire
I pledge to follow a home-workout plan to achieve a personal goal and improve my fitness levels.
Daniel BurrSouth East
Run one marathon and walk 2 others to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK in January
Debs SingletonNorth West
I pledge to get up an hour earlier each day to complete an online yoga video
Laura BoardmanWales
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