A pedometer should automatically count your jogging towards 10,000 steps.
But as cycling isn't stepping, a pedometer won't count it. But cycling is totally a legitimate form of exercise - it's just that a pedometer (and targetting steps as a key objective), isn't really the best way of tracking this form of exercise.
Just to be clear - it's not cycling that's the problem, it's the measurement system.
I think the 10,000 steps goal is based on 5,000 steps in your normal daily life, and 5,000 steps through exercise. So if you are substituting in non-stepping exercise, then that's totally legitimate.
Edited by: MOTIVATED@LAST at: 11/4/2013 (05:48)
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