Active Transport campaign launched in Bay of Plenty

Toi Te Ora – Public Health, an arm of the Bay of Plenty DHB, is launching an Active Transport campaign to encourage people to incorporate exercise on their way to work.
People are encouraged to sign up to receive eight weekly emails with motivational advice and practical support to help them get started with biking or walking to work. The email series, which starts in January, includes solutions for people who live far away, have low fitness levels or are complete beginners. Those who already walk or bike to work will receive practical advice on how to build a workplace environment that supports others to walk and bike to work easily and regularly.
For more information on the Active Transport campaign or to sign up, visit
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