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EAYW47 SparkPoints: (34,737)
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3/13/13 8:05 P

2000, give or take a few.

BRITTTURTLE Posts: 236
3/13/13 7:19 P

Between 1700 - 2100

SBURDEN Posts: 4,323
3/13/13 10:19 A

for me its around 1800

CARTOON3 Posts: 1,601
3/12/13 4:58 P

For me it is 2000.

MOTHERBOARDER SparkPoints: (137,967)
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3/12/13 11:09 A

approx 2000

SWEETNHOT Posts: 526
3/12/13 10:34 A

Thanks for the question, I alway's wondered that also.

MANDMDAD Posts: 550
3/12/13 9:24 A

It varies widely depending on stride length and even pace.

2,000 is a commonly accepted average but I find mine is about 1800, again on average.

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,543
3/12/13 2:24 A

Dragonchilde's number sounds about right.

But I just wanted to add that walking indoors, or anything that is stop/start in nature can significantly shorten the stride, and lead a pedometer to overestimating the distance travelled. In such circumstances, I would knock 25% off the distance.

M@L

GRAMMY7070 SparkPoints: (28,388)
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3/11/13 7:16 P

Thanks emoticon

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,340)
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3/11/13 6:23 P

Roughly 2,000, but that can be more or less depending on your stride. :)

GRAMMY7070 SparkPoints: (28,388)
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3/11/13 6:16 P

How many steps are in a mile when you track steps taken

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