This is from Kmart. Just print the coupon (it's in .pdf format) and go pick it up before October 31st. You'll need a "Shop Your Way" rewards card, and those are free as well. http://www.kmart.com/ue/ home/stepsmart_freepedom eter_081610.pdf
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Failing to make 10,000 steps a day was a bit discouraging until I realized that I hadn't attained a smaller goal of 5,000 steps. I reset my pedometer from 10,000 to 5,000 and four days after reaching 5,000 steps consecutively, I hit 10,000!!! Bottom line is: I try not to make my goals unattainable.
A pedometer is all that's necessary here, and remembering that if giant steps aren't working, there's always the baby steps to fall back on!
i recently bought a new pedometer and i cant set it! i have followed the instructions to a t---- yet here i am, still unable to use it properly. if anyone knows what i am doing wrong, please let me know. it is a sportline 15 function pedometer from walmart.
Trying to do too much, too fast, too heavy is a set-up for injuries. Start "where you are" and gradually increase as your fitness improves.
If you use a pedometer, take the average number of steps for 3-7 days, then increase by 10% each week. You need to allow your body to adapt - heart, lungs, muscles, ligaments, bones, core. As you get stronger and fitter, you can do more. Technique, distance, then speed. Same for ST & wts.
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