It’s not too late to start 100 Days of Walking.
That’s the message from Ciara Kelly, four days into this year’s annual Newstalk Breakfast campaign.
Thousands of people have already signed up and committed to taking a 30-minute walk every day for the first 100 days of 2022.
However, you can still sign up if you’ve missed the first few days.
On Newstalk Breakfast this morning, Ciara Kelly said: “It isn’t too late to start.
“If you’ve missed the first three walks, start today. As you become more limber and fit and get into it - like Shane Coleman’s going to - you can add an extra walk over the next 97 days and actually catch up.
“It’s a fantastic way to start the year.
“Everyone can do it at their own pace. We’re not about personal bests and training for things - it’s about getting people out and active.”
You can sign up here: www.newstalk.com/100daysofwalking
Maia Dunphy, writer and broadcaster, also spoke to the show about why she's doing 100 Days of Walking.
She said: "Walking has always been my saving grace... but I have a six-year-old who is not a fan of walking at all.
"Over Christmas, between the Christmas madness, COVID, and schools being closed... I didn't walk much at all.
"I love this initiative because January 1st comes around and it reminds me of why I [walk] and why I love it."
She admitted she hasn't quite hit the 30-minute mark in the first days of the walk, but she absolutely "feels her mood lifting" when she does get out walking.