I was curious on this the other day, so would it be wise to count steps with a pedometer on an elliptical. I have one here at home and I intend to use it instead of dealing with bad weather or when kiddo doesn't want to walk in the evenings. Pretty much when I cannot go walking.
Can it count???
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I wear my pedometer for everything. I count my total steps for the day. I do count the aerobic activity differently when I do this. Ellipticals do not always count steps because there isn't the impact that walking has.
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