I used to get 10,000 steps in a day without sparing half a thought. Between walking my dogs in the morning, taking a walk break during the work day, going to a workout class after work, and just generally being out and about during the week, my legs were busy.
Then, as is the cause of most life changes in the last two years, COVID hit. I was suddenly confined to a 900-square-foot apartment, and the longest walk I took was from my bed to the kitchen and back.
That easy 10,000 steps became a sad 2,000 or, on a good day, 3,000. Soon, that eight-week work-from-home period turned into a forever kind of situation.Read more on theeverygirl.com