Join Central Coast’s Biggest Step Challenge!

It’s easy to get caught up with how much we should move and how much we do. The recommended daily step goal is 10,000 for a healthy adult. Unfortunately, less than 1 in 5 Australian adults reach this goal.

Moreover, the latest report from the Australian Health Policy Collaboration has 44.5% of Australian adults not meeting guidelines on weekly physical activity*

Together with Central Coast Primary Care, I’m giving you the opportunity and motivation to change that. We have created a challenge to improve your physical and mental health through the simplest movement there is, walking.

This September we’re making it as easy as we can with the Central Coast’s biggest step challenge – Move Against Cancer.


Register here:


Join our FB group

Find a team amongst your friends, family, or colleagues (with our Facebook group “Central Coast Move Against Cancer” or we can even help you find some teammates).



Don’t forget to contact Doctor Do More

Once you have registered, please Contact @DoctorDoMore via Instagram, Facebook, or Email Dr. Ash Bowden- when your team captain has registered.

For a minimum donation of $10 per person, we’ll add you to the coast-wide tournament, where you can compete against my hospital colleagues, the local running clubs, and lots of teams up and down the coast.

Sing up today! registrations close August 28th

Local businesses are helping to get our community active and raise money for the charity Cancer Council NSW by donating prizes for step challenges.


Prizes include (but are not limited to):

Free State Cafe: gift vouchers

The Savoy Long Jetty: Meal voucher and movie tickets

Ocean Haus: in-store vouchers

Avoca Beach Dental, Saratoga Dental, Empire Bay Dental, Bonnells Bay Dental & Warnervale DentalClean, check-up and in chair Teeth whitening at one of their practices

Coast Sport: $100 voucher valid on any Coast Sport service as well as a water bottle, gym backpack and singlet

Central Coast Primary Care: $100 pre-paid visa debit card

Physio Connex Performance Clinic: consultation

Bulk Nutrients: supplement hamper with a water bottle, shaker, gym bag, and gym towel too

Jas Photography: $395 mini-photo shoot

Central Coast Spinal Care Health Services:

Complete wellbeing package for one (value >$450)

as well as over $450 in group discounts & prizes

5 x Body Composition Scan discount vouchers from Riverside Body Scan

5 x Remedial massage discount vouchers from CCS Health Massage Therapy

5 x 7-day meal planners from Eatsense

2 x long foam rollers from Central Coast Spinal Care Centre

4 x Archie thongs from Riverside Podiatry


Teams Challenge Australia: Breath MBC Program ($199)

Activate Foods: $100 in-store or online voucher

The Stretch Lab: initial consult voucher ($120)

Central Coast Dance: 5-week beginner salsa/Latin classes for you and a friend

Conveniently Active: Free initial assessment and group class

LeadingEdge: 10-week term group training pass

HPT: 1 x 45-minute PT session and 5 x 1hr Group Sessions

Bench Marc Performance: 2 x PT sessions

Impact Gym:

– 1 x Free Pass to each member of the winning team of each prize category

– 1 Month free to the top stepper


The goal at the heart of this challenge is to improve mental and physical health through physical activity. We have got the unique opportunity to do this in a way that will also raise funds for Australia’s leading cancer charity, Cancer Council.

Now more than ever, looking after yourself and those you care about is paramount. This fundraiser challenge is COVID-19 friendly, allowing people to stay mentally and physically active, whilst socially distancing, by encouraging the simplest form of movement.

Move against Cancer Central Coast and let raise funds for cancer research!



  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2013 – Australian Healthy Survey: Physical Activity, 2011-2012
  2. Australian Health Policy Collaboration 2016 – Australia’s Adult Health Tracker: A brief report card on preventable chronic diseases, conditions, and their risk factors. Tracking progress for a healthier Australia by 2025.


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