Steptember are challenging you to walk 10,000 steps a day for 28 days to help raise money for the Cerebral Palsy Society of NZ.
So we've challenged Chang to walk 280,000 steps in one week...can he do it?? We'll have a treadmill set up in The Edge studio and Chang will walk on it from Monday 15th August, 6am - Friday 19th August, 6pm to achieve 280,000 steps in one week.
If you can get the closest guess you'll win a trip for you and three mates to the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
HOW YOU CAN WIN
Register your details below and tell us how many steps you think Chang will achieve. The closest guess will win a trip of a lifetime!
x return economy flights to LAX
- 5 Nights’ accommodation at a 4 Star hotel
- Return airport transfers
- An amazing Los Angeles Race tour: an interactive half day tour that will see you race around LA
- 4 x 5 day Go Los Angeles Card giving you entry into 31 Los Angeles attractions, including Universal Studios Hollywood, Madame Tussauds, Hollywood Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour, Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier Knott's Berry Farm and many more!
PLUS for the girls…
A glam afternoon to get you into the Hollywood vibe, including a hair and make-up session, a $150.00 Visa Pressie card each to purchase a new outfit, followed by dinner at a top LA restaurant.
PLUS for the boys...
VIP Tickets for 4 to an in season sports game with private transfers and dinner pre/post game
HOW STEPTEMBER WORKS
1. Get a team of 4 together and register online to begin your journey. www.steptember.org.nz
2. From September 1st you can track your daily step count on your very own pedometer (which is provided) and record your steps via the website or your smartphone.
The aim is for each team member to take 10,000 steps everyday for 28 days during the month of September.
10,000 steps per day is no easy feat, so make every step count by asking your friends, colleagues and family members to sponsor you by making an online donation or you could even hold your own mini fundraiser.
Walking isn't the only way to reach your daily step count. You can run, cycle, swim or even dance your way to glory. There are over 40 different activities you can convert to steps, including activities for people with a disability.