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TIME4ME-CHERYL
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9/17/10 1:41 P

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I've been sharing mine with my son until I can get both kids one...they are trying to keep track for the high school fitness class. Will have to get them their own this weekend...I miss mineemoticon

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KNITTABLES
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7/15/10 1:38 P

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That is great. I wear mine all day long and when asked what this thing is I tell me. I am proud to wear it. Happy stepping everyone.

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2PERMONTH
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7/14/10 11:26 P

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It looks like using the belt clip thing was the way to go. It seems pretty accurate while in my pocket when I'm walking but isn't really a good option for desk sitting. So I'll be able to stow it somewhere less obvious when not working. Thanks everyone for your help! Of course now I have to figure out how to walk more, because even with my 35 minutes of elliptical, I only made it to 8000(ish) steps. But this is why I started the challenge, so I could get more in!


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KNITTABLES
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7/14/10 9:07 P

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Do you have your pedometer set to high, it so it will count everything from bumps in the road or your leg tapping. I have a mio watch and when it was set to high I would be sitting knitting and within an hour I was up to 5000 steps, so I set mind to low and now it counts the right amount. Check you instruction to see if you a such a setting. Good luck.

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email me at: knittables@shaw.ca
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7/14/10 5:18 P

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I wear mine on my waistband also. The pocket location can pick up fidgeting. The pedometer will also pick up movement so people can "get steps" in a car or on a bus or train without any movement but this is one of the drawbacks of a pedometer. I don't know how you would turn it off and on for such activities.

I think I get better step counting when I have the pedometer on my waistband anyway.

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7/14/10 4:58 P

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Hi 2PERMONTH (great name!) Welcome to the team.

Can't say I've heard of this problem before! LOL With the pedometer clipped to your hip it should record your hip movement not your leg! I'm hoping someone else will have the answer for you soon.

Be patient, this team is amazingly supportive and you'll get your responses very soon!

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2PERMONTH
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7/14/10 4:34 P

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Hi Everyone!

I just joined this team because I decided that having a pedometer would encourage me to get in little bits of activity. And, really, I'm a sucker for numbers. But I do have a question for you all. I have a Omron HJ-113 (it doesn't download to your computer, but is otherwise pretty typical for the line). I had been putting it in my pocket and I noticed that my numbers were getting really high during the day.

Well, it turns out that I'm cheating! (Not deliberately) I'm sort of a fidgety person and when I'm sitting I often bounce my leg. I know how annoying that can be, so I don't let myself do it when I'm sitting with someone, but I do it ALL the time at work where I sit alone. Well, apparently in one hour I racked up 3000+ steps just sitting at my desk.

Does anyone else do this? Is there a way to wear the pedometer so that it doesn't record my fidgety leg? Maybe a different brand that is better for someone crazy like me?

I keep taking it out of my pocket and putting it on my desk when I'm just sitting, but I forget often and then rack up another 1000 feet.

Suggestions?


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