You do not have to be a member to use this site and program. aarp.10kaday.com/ aarp.stepuptobetterhealth.com/
Participants to "Step Up to Better Health" will track their walking online during a 10-week period. "Most people take 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day," Hawkins said. "By wearing a step counter and tracking their progress, people find the motivation to exceed the average. We find participants often double their steps in a few short weeks."
It does have a conversion list to change activities into steps. You can change your route any time.
It also has a buddy program where you can emailk and see where others are.
Edited by: 65GOINGSTRONG at: 9/4/2011 (12:28)
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