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VIKINGSMOMDE SparkPoints: (26,570)
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1/24/13 6:19 A

Very roughly 5 miles ... but .... depends on the length of your stride.

At 5'3", I have short legs & don't hit 5 miles until I'm past 12000 steps. My tall husband, on the other hand, hits 5 miles before 10000 steps.



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1/23/13 9:27 P

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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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1/23/13 3:00 P

A mile is roughly 2,000 steps, so 10,000 would be 5 miles. :)

This is, of course, a wide estimate, and may be more or less depending on your stride and cadence, but that's a good rough number.

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1/23/13 2:48 P

I use a gps ap ( my tracker) to keep track of my outdoor daily walking. Can someone tell me how many miles the daily 10,000 steps recommendation translates to miles?

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