Walking is good for your health, which everyone knows, right? But you might be surprised to learn that a simple daily walk can help you in more ways than just getting in shape.
We’re all different, so there’s no magic number for how far you should walk each day to stay fit. However, a study from 2011 says that healthy adults should take between 4,000 and 18,000 steps per day, with 10,000 being the best goal for most people. By walking around and being generally active for a good part of the day, your body will be able to burn calories and keep you in shape. It’s also good for your lungs and blood flow.
Even though walking is good for your health, it’s not nearly enough to get everyone to live an active life. Some people need a different incentive to get them out of bed, one that gives them money and makes them feel better. If that sounds like you, we have the perfect app for you.
Sweat Economy is a new fitness app that has created a real economy based on cryptocurrency and gives people rewards based on how many steps they take every day.
It’s Time To Move To Earn
Sweat Economy is the first company to use an innovative new Web3 economic model called “move-to-earn.” With this model, users are rewarded for being physically active. It works like “play-to-earn” games like Axie Infinity. It is based on decentralized financial mechanisms that allow people to earn cryptocurrency just by going for a walk, jogging, or running.
To make money with Sweat Economy, you must get the official Sweatcoin app on your Android or iOS device. The app works with health tracking services like Apple Fitness and Google Fit to track how much exercise you do every day. By walking 1,000 steps, you can earn “Sweat,” the app’s cryptocurrency.
Even if you take fewer than 1,000 steps, you will still break a sweat. So, if you only walk 300 degrees per day, you’ll only sweat 0.3 for your mediocre efforts. But people who work hard can make a lot more, up to a maximum of 10 ounces of labour per day.
Every day, the sweat will be added to your Sweat Wallet in the app. You can then use these points to buy goods or services from partner organizations in an in-app market. And don’t think it’s just a bunch of junk. There are also some fascinating rewards, like a Tesla, a PlayStation 5 console, tickets to a soccer game, or gift cards that can be used in actual stores.
There is also a competitive element for fitness freaks, who can compete in different daily challenges and move up the leaderboard.
It’s important to remember that the “sweat economy” isn’t just about getting people who aren’t as active to live healthier lives. It’s also a way to give back to the millions of people who already walk a healthy amount every day. The Mayo Clinic says that the average American already walks between 1.5 and 2 miles daily, which is about 3,000 to 4,000 steps daily.
So, if you already walk a lot, like to take your dog for a walk every day, want to live a healthier life, or are just going to the store, check out Sweat Economy and start earning some rewards.