Fitness Minutes: (75)
11/14/12 8:14 P
One good pedometer plus calorie burner tracker is the body bugg. All data the device collects can be uploaded to a program on the internet. A bit pricey, but takes all the guessing out of how many calories your body is truly burning and how many steps are taken.
Fitness Minutes: (100,115)
986 11/14/12 8:08 P
I was all set to buy an Omron when I decided to spend the extra $25 to get the FitBit. Coach Nancy's comment about the GPS has me thinking--if you have a smartphone, I think you can get a GPS/pedometer app. Voila! Completely college student friendly!
-Lora smoking quit date: 11/16/13
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
46,222 11/14/12 5:39 P
Omron makes really quality pedometers (see link below). Having one that has GPS capability allows you to track your steps without having to calibrate it at a track like the older pedometer versions once required.
Fitness Minutes: (7,311)
11/14/12 4:20 P
I would really like to buy a pedometer since I live on a college campus and have to walk a lot. However, I'm a college student, so I can't afford high end pedometers like the FitBit. Ideally, it would be one that I could put in my pocket, but that doesn't matter too much. I definitely want one that isn't going to record all of my fidgeting and small movements in class, if possible. I definitely don't want to spend more than $30.
The SparkPeople Pedometer seems like a really good, cheap option, but I'd like some more information and reviews on it. Can anyone help a new girl out?
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