Scottish Government’s Fit in 14 Project

Earlier this month we were asked to join World Walking on an exciting trip to the Scottish Government in Edinburgh.

With the successful launch of World Walking last year and the positive attention it’s been receiving (due in no small part to the extremely dedicated actions of its founder, Duncan Galbraith), the Scottish Government asked to use the system as their flagship initiative with their legacy “Fit in 14″ project.

With the commonwealth games being a huge focus this year, a lot of attention is going into motivating the public with free health initiatives. For the next stage of Fit in 14, companies will have the chance to sign up their employees on World Walking for free and create challenges for them to walk the Baton Relay route together.

If you think your business or group would like to participate, you can join completely free here.


It’s been really exciting to work with both World Walking and The Scottish Government on this, and we can’t wait to announce another big collaboration we’ve been working on with World Walking.

More news to follow soon!

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