FILE - A man walks across the street at sunset in Paris on June 8, 2015. (Photo credit: LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images) A fitness company wants to pay someone $10,000 to walk 10,000 steps in a single day.GymBird, which offers resources and tools to help individuals improve their health and fitness, is seeking to hire a "Chief Step Officer," according to the job posting.
The selected candidate will train for one month, giving them time to gradually work their way from zero to 10,000 steps. By the last day of the month, they must walk the full 10,000 steps within a 24-hour period, the company said."Our ideal candidate is excited to take the next ‘step’ in their exercise routine and is willing to commit to walking every day for a month," the post states. "You need to be prepared to walk, record your progress, and note your thoughts and feelings about the experience along the way.
No prior fitness knowledge or experience is necessary!"The person can clock their steps however they prefer, including outdoors, on a treadmill, or doing laps at the mall.
The full list of requires for the Chief Step Officer include:At the end of the month, the Chief Step Officer will have a virtual 20-minute debrief with GymBird's co-founder and chief content officer "to talk about the full experience," the company said.