10,000 steps a day ‘unnecessary’, study shows

A study by academics in the US contradicts the popular view that we should take 10,000 steps a day. Researchers found that walking 6,000 steps a day can reduce the risk of early death in people over 60, and walking more than 8,000 steps has no additional benefit, report Time. Dr. Amanda Pauluch, co-author of the study, says the motivation that drives people to get to 10,000 steps a day stems from a 1964 Japanese marketing campaign to sell pedometers.

The longest car to break its own record

The longest car in the world broke its own world record when it was found to be 100 feet and 1.5 inches long after being restored. Based on Guinness World Records, the super limousine, called the American Dream, was originally built in 1986 by car modder Jay Ohrberg and measures 60 feet in length. Ohrberg then stretched the car by 100 feet, achieving the Guinness World Record for the longest car.

Rod Stewart fixes potholes

Rod Stewart posted footage of him fixing potholes on a street near his home, reporting BBC. Video on the 77-year-old rock legend’s Instagram account shows him shoveling gravel in Harlow, Essex, claiming that “nobody would mind doing it” and that his Ferrari was “absolutely impassable” this”. In the comments, one fan urged Stewart to be careful in his latest project, as he has tickets for his concert in June. 10,000 steps a day ‘unnecessary’, study shows

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