Clip your pedometer to the waistband of your pants, shorts or skirt.
Wear your pedometer on either side of your body in line with:
You may have to adjust its placement slightly depending on its accuracy. It’s important to know however, that most inexpensive pedometers (given away as free promotional tools) will not be accurate, regardless of their placement. Find an accurate pedometer.
Place your pedometer in an upright position (perpendicular to the floor).
If your stomach causes the pedometer to tilt out of an upright position when it’s on your waistband, it won’t be accurate. How to lose belly fat.
If your pedometer comes with a safety strap, attach it to your pedometer and clip it to your waistband. This will hopefully prevent it from dropping and getting damaged or lost (or falling in the toilet).
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