Walk All Over Cancer

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Walk 10,000 steps every day

Join thousands of supporters completing 10,000 steps every day to raise money for life-saving cancer research. Sign up to the challenge and you'll receive:

  • A free Cancer Research UK t-shirt
  • An Online Giving Page 
  • A digital fundraising pack

Sign up

How to take part

You can take on the challenge in any way that suits you. You could walk, run, hop, or skip, and if that’s not possible for you, convert the steps into distance. 10,000 steps a day is equivalent to about 5 miles (or 8 km). We want this challenge to be flexible to suit you, so we welcome anyone to sign up to help beat cancer.

How to hit 10,000 steps a day

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Get the challenge done doing what you love in the time you have. Here are some ways you can clock up extra steps:

Do a fitness class at home or at the gym

Take the dog for an extra walk

Get off the train or bus a stop early

Explore your local area

Meet a friend for a walk

The difference your money makes

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Your fundraising will help us find new ways to outsmart cancer and create a future that protects the people you love. Nearly 1 in 2* people will get cancer in their lifetime. We can all fund the research to beat it. Together we are beating cancer.

*cruk.org/lifetimerisk

The ultimate challenge for a healthy lifestyle

With Walk All Over Cancer, you're in control and just getting out of the house for some exercise can do us the world of good. There are huge health benefits when you commit to 10,000 steps a day.

  • Exercise can improve fitness

Regular walking can help you maintain a healthy weight, burn calories and help tone muscles.

  • Exercise is good for our mental health

It’s the perfect way to zone-out and rid yourself of any daily stress. Plus, the exercise-induced endorphins will leave you feeling better than ever.

  • Exercise can help lower blood pressure

Being active can help lower blood pressure and your risk of heart problems in the future.

*Ahmad AS et al, British Journal of Cancer, 2015.