• The Fitbit dictates your outfit. If you can't do 10,000 steps in it, does it really work? | Jess Cartner-Morley

    8 days ago - By The Guardian

    Our new love of walking has subverted our fashion choices - flat shoes are de rigueur and the pencil skirt virtually extinct Everyone walks everywhere these days. Where possible, we walk to work. We walk instead of taking the car. We walk with friends in the park at weekends. We are all in thrall to our step count. What started as a straightforward benchmark of cardiovascular activity has become a modern metric of self-worth. You may not say your prayers before you go to sleep, but so long as you make it to 10,000 steps you can sleep easy. Walking isn't quite as holy as wild swimming, but...
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