step up to breast cancer

WalkingPad™ M2 Treadmill

This month, Lifespan Fitness is proudly stepping up once again and supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation throughout their ‘Step Up to Breast Cancer’ challenge.

Through donations and spreading awareness, Lifespan Fitness is putting a foot forward to help fight the cause. During the month of August, $10 from eligible sales within the Lifespan Fitness cardio collection is going towards ground-breaking research projects at NBCF. At the end of the challenge one lucky participant will win a brand-new Lifespan Fitness WalkingPad M2 valued at $1099 RRP.


Australians will lose their life
this year to breast cancer


Steps a day to raise vital funds
for breast cancer research

1 in 7

Women will be diagnosed with
breast cancer in their lifetime


30 minutes a day of being active helps
reduce the risk of breast cancer

As a fitness focused brand, we are committed to keeping Australians fit and encourage everyone to keep active to reduce the risk of breast cancer. 20,000 Australians are predicted to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, it is important to show support where we can and fund research that deepens our understanding of the risk factors that contribute to breast cancer and ultimately reduce the number of deaths.

The ‘Step Up to Breast Cancer’ challenge is a virtual event that can be completed anywhere and at any time. Participants are challenged to walk or run 10,000 steps a day throughout August and raise vital funds for game-changing breast cancer research. The challenge can be completed as a team, on your own, at the gym, with your work colleagues, or while completing daily activities. Tracking your 10,000 steps a day is easy, just use your personal smart phone, fitness watch, smart watch or a pedometer to count your daily steps. At the end of the day, upload your daily steps online and keep track of your progress on an interactive tracking map.

Studies have shown that being active for at least 30 minutes a day helps to reduce the risk of breast cancer, so let's put on our sneakers and get moving!

For more information and to join the Step Up to Breast Cancer challenge please visit