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LKWILKINS1 Posts: 44
3/25/13 7:08 P

I use an inexpensive pedometer. Even the cheap ones usually allow you to set your stride length. I don't worry about the accuracy of the number of steps. Instead I try to move more every day.

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3/25/13 6:34 P

Hi,

Wearing a pedometer is the easiest way to track steps and you can usually find these as Target or Walmart for under $20.

Coach Nancy

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3/25/13 6:32 P

i have never before tried to keep a count of steps i am taking
whats the easiest way to do that?



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