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The new app that rewards you with shopping discounts just for walking

The new app that rewards you with shopping discounts just for walking

When Anton Derlyatka told his 86-year-old mother, Galina, he was going to create a marketplace in which people’s footsteps would be their currency, she immediately understood the concept. Yet I’m finding it baffling as I pace breathlessly down my street in order to amass steps that Anton, the 49-year-old chief executive of London tech firm …

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Walking Across the Queensboro Bridge is So Dangerous, It Feels Illegal – Streetsblog New York City

Walking Across the Queensboro Bridge is So Dangerous, It Feels Illegal – Streetsblog New York City

How dangerous, cramped, congested and frightening is the Queensboro Bridge’s notorious shared bike and pedestrian path? Let’s put it this way: it feels illegal to be up there on two feet. The other day, Streesblog encountered two tourists, plus a native New Yorker, walking on the path who were convinced that the shared path must …

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Walking Assist Devices Market Size, Scope and Forecast

Walking Assist Devices Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Walking Assist Devices Market The research report aims at providing a quick overview of the overall performance of the industry and significant novel trends. Important insights, as well as findings, latest key drivers, and constraints, are also depicted here. A huge array of quantitative and qualitative techniques is used …

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The new business balancing act has leaders walking a tightrope |  The Guardian Nigeria News

The new business balancing act has leaders walking a tightrope | The Guardian Nigeria News

Cameron Beveridge, Regional Director for Southern Africa at SAP JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 5th July 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Business leaders are engaged in a delicate balancing act as radical workforce changes, new customer demands, external pressures and the impact of the pandemic collide to create a multitude of new challenges and opportunities. Cameron Beveridge, Regional …

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WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Walking Treadmill review

WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Walking Treadmill review

The WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Walking Treadmill is the cheapest walking treadmill available from Kingsmith, a subsidiary of Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi known best for its phones, audio and home technology. With the rise of flexible working and thus the increasing popularity of under-desk treadmills, it’s easy to see why Xiaomi has made its first foray …

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The London Locations You Can Visit as Part of Netflix’s Free Walking Tour

The London Locations You Can Visit as Part of Netflix’s Free Walking Tour

Netflix is ​​giving viewers the chance to visit some of the iconic sights from their hit shows and films like bridgerton for free. The streaming juggernaut has launched new walking tours across Europe, focusing particularly on sights in and around London, Paris, and Madrid. Here is everything that those would-be adventurers need to know about …

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MetroLink ‘megaproject’ planned to be within walking distance of 175,000 people across Dublin

Updated 2 hours ago The DUBLIN’S PLANNED METROLINK project promises trains every three minutes at peak times in new plans unveiled by the Government this afternoon. Initial details of the project have been released following confirmation from Transport Minister Eamon Ryan that a planning submission for the public transport ‘megaproject’ will be lodged this September …

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