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A 10-week plan to 10,000 steps

A 10-week plan to 10,000 steps

Increase from 3,000 steps to 10,000 steps Below is a 10-week plan to help you gradually increase from 3,000 steps a day to 10,000 steps a..

The ultimate pedometer guide

The ultimate pedometer guide

Use a pedometer to track your steps and lose weight. A pedometer (also known as a step counter) is a small device that attaches to your..

Where did 10,000 steps come from?

Where did 10,000 steps come from?

10,000 steps is considered healthy and realistic. 10,000 steps a day is equivalent to the amount of exercise recommended to promote and..

How to increase your pedometer steps

How to increase your pedometer steps

Increase your steps by up to 20% each week. 1. Determine your baseline number of steps Wear your pedometer for at least three consecutive..

Top 5 types of physical activity

Top 5 types of physical activity

Increase all 5 types of activity to lose weight for good. There are five types of physical activity: structured, leisure, occupational,..

Is the calorie count on my pedometer accurate?

Is the calorie count on my pedometer accurate?

The ‘calories burned’ on your pedometer is an estimate. Pedometers (step counters) are more accurate at counting steps than..

How to measure your step length

How to measure your step length

Follow 4 steps to measure your step length. Program your step length (sometimes referred to as stride length) into your pedometer to..

How to wear a pedometer

How to wear a pedometer

Wear a pedometer on your waistband, in line with your knee. Clip your pedometer to the waistband of your pants, shorts or skirt. Proper..

Benefits of 10,000 steps a day

Benefits of 10,000 steps a day

Take 10,000 steps a day for your weight and health. 10,000 steps a day is the number of steps recommended to promote and maintain health...

Top 5 reasons to use a pedometer

Top 5 reasons to use a pedometer

Use a pedometer for awareness, feedback and motivation. Awareness A pedometer will quantify how much or how little you move during the day...

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