Run Step  Walking Distance Calorie Pedometer Black

Run Step Walking Distance Calorie Pedometer Black

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Do you want to track your progress and improve your stamina? If so, let us show you this Run Step Walking Distance Calorie Pedometer Black!This black pedometer gives you readings on step count, distance traveled, calorie count, and an alarm indicator for step length. Distance calorie pedometer also has alarm clock functions. This black pedometer is very useful for your health, and lost weight. The black pedometer can track your progress and improve your stamina. Walking pedometer counts walking steps according to waist movement. To count accurately, please wear the pedometer vertically, about 14cm or 6 inches left or right from the central line of the waist. Counting steps max. to 99999. Come on, take it home! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: This black pedometer can effectively help you to track your progress and improve your stamina Distance calorie pedometer counts walking steps according to waist movement To count accurately, please wear the pedometer vertically, about 14cm or 6 inches left or right from the central line of the waist Counting steps max. to 99999 Counting distance walked Counting calories burnt Belt-clip run step black pedometer Size: 48 x 36 x 21mm/1.9 x 1.4 x 0.8in(L x W x H) Display Modes: Step, calorie, km, mile Power: 1 x LR44 (Included) Details: This black pedometer gives you readings on step count, distance traveled, calorie count, and an alarm indicator for step length Counting distance walked. Counting steps max. to 99999. This black pedometer is very useful for your health Counting calories burnt. Walking pedometer counts walking steps according to waist movement How to Use a Motion/Walking Pedometer: A motion/walking pedometer records the number of steps a person walks while the pedometer is in use. Most pedometers track motion with a hairspring or coil spring that moves in unison with the motion created by walking, but some pedometers now use GPS technology to more precisely record the distance traveled. Fitness enthusiasts, as well as those walking to lose weight, find pedometers motivating as they can challenge themselves to walk a certain number of steps or a specific distance in a day and easily track whether they are meeting their goals. Measure your stride length by marking the distance between your steps. An easy way to do this is to stand in a puddle of water and then walk at a normal pace for about ten steps on a flat surface. Your wet footprints will be visible. Measure the distance between the right heel and the left heel; that's one step. Left heel to left heel is two steps. Calibrate your motion/walking pedometer by turning it on and entering your step or stride length. Read your model directions carefully; some require the complete stride (two steps) while other count only one step. Clip your motion/walking pedometer to your waist. The pedometer should be positioned as straight as possible if it is a mechanical/ spring version. Walk a known distance (for example, once around a quarter-mile track) and check the pedometer display to ensure it is accurately measuring the distance you've walked. If it is wrong, make adjustments to the calibration as needed. Wear the motion/walking pedometer to find out how far you walk in a given day and over the course of a week. Use this knowledge to motivate yourself. For example, challenge yourself to walk 10,000 steps a day--a number recommended by the U.S. Surgeon General as the benchmark for a healthy lifestyle. Note: pedometers utilizing GPS/ satellite technology to record distance do not need calibration. They may show inaccuracies occasionally when satellite connection is broken; otherwise, they measure consistently. How to Use a Pedometer for Walking Steps: Walking is good exercise for you. Counting your walking steps will tell you how many strides you take, a stride is approximately 2.5 feet. Dieting along with walking and a pedometer to the tune of 10,000 steps is a healthy exercise routine. A walking stride of 2000 steps can be accomplished by walking approximately 1 mile per day. 10,000 steps would be equal to 5 miles per day. Starting slow, and set a goal for walking exercise. Not everyone is going to accomplish 10,000 steps in the beginning. Gradually increase your walking steps by 500 steps per day if you can. An average person probably won't be walking any more than 1,000 to 2,000 steps in the beginning. Walking is very beneficial for people that have health problems. Make sure you have a good pair of women's walking shoes or men's walking shoes to start with or your feet will start hurting. You'll stick with walking more if your feet feel better when you're walking. If you're not used to exercise or in poor physical shape, then increase your steps gradually about 500 steps, every day. You can Keep a walking log along with your eating diary, caloric intake, and walking steps. Many people wear a pedometer which keeps track of their walking steps as they lose weight. It's an easy way to track your progress, put it on in the morning and wear it until bed time. Keep a Walking step Journal or Exercise diary to record your exercise activity, your weight and note how you're feeling also. After walking for a week you'll be able to tell how far you can walk. It's always easier when you take someone with you for fitness walking. Enjoy stroller walking with your baby, take a friend, or dog walking. Many parks have large walking paths that you can enjoy park city walking, and you'll find lots of company for long walks around the park. You'll probably feel sore in the beginning from all the new exercise that you are getting. Just go home and take a nice herbal bath with your favorite herbal bath products, and you'll feel better. Get up and start all over the next day. Don't give up - with confidence, and weight loss help you'll make your goals. How to Wear Your Pedometer Correctly: Are you questioning how to use your pedometer? Did you know not knowing how to wear your pedometer correctly can give you an inaccurate reading? Many people wear the pedometer incorrectly and it fails to give a correct reading. Follow these tips to get the most out of your walking. Find the part of your waistband or belt that is directly over your knee, and secure the pedometer at that exact location. Wearing your pedometer in the middle or too far on the side of your pants will affect the accuracy of the reading. To check if your pedometer is working correctly, press reset and walk 50 steps. Stop, open the pedometer and read what it says. If the pedometer reads 48-50 steps, then the pedometer is relatively accurate. Your ultimate goal is to try to reach 10,000 steps each day. That is approximately five miles. Every 2000 steps is approximately one mile. The numbers are an average or rough estimate. Package Included: 1 x Digital Walking Pedometer (battery included) * 1 x User Manual