I agree with Lynda as I LOVE my Omron. I can understand why you don't want to switch from a watch to the Omron. If you are happy, keep going. You can use the tracker on this site to total your steps. It may not give you weekly totals. exercise.lbl.gov
does miles but it will give you a weekly as well as a monthly and trip total mileage. If that is not what you are looking for, does the company that made your watch have a tracking tool?
The calories per mile may be the same no matter how you burn them, but there is something for cardio that is not to be gained when just walking. You may want to do a combination of the above.
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