Hi - I track both ways - the number of steps and then, on my cardio days, I enter my cardio time/activity/calories, which frequently represents time spent on the treadmill.
If I try to track miles and steps and cardio I end up with duplications but if I do just the steps and cardio it seems to keep track pretty accurately. Does that help answer your question?
I also have a very small notebook and pencil which I keep on my dresser so that I can enter the readings at the end of each day. I log the step counts into SP once a week, usually on the weekend.
I hear you in regard to the cold; it's not as cold here in Portland as in NJ but it is wet and dark much of the time in the winter and that's not my cup of tea! Thank heavens for the treadmill and a few favorite DVDs!! When the weather permits, however, I do like to get out for 10-30 minutes during the work day for a brisk walk around the office campus. It helps air my brain and gives me a boost to get through the afternoon.
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