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Using a pedometer gives you a visual exercise progress and encourages you to move more.

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  • Keep you up to date on how many steps you are taking so you can be more active. - by ROOTIHAUSMAN
  • I agree only one word of caution. Pedometers are not accurate. - by SUNIL410
  • Pedometers are great! They are excellent motivators. emoticon - by KDUNN51
  • WMILLER77
    I have been wearing mine for a while now and am very conscious of making sure I take extra steps so that I reach my daily goal. Tracking my steps is one of my spark streaks so I want to keep the streak going. - by WMILLER77
  • Thanks for the reminder. I'm going to dig mine up....I believe it's in a drawer still in its package! emoticon - by NINERGAL63
  • I started using a pedometer 5 wks ago. Love it. I am more conscious of getting my steps in every day.
    I also discovered that I walk an average of 28 miles weekly.
    WOOOOHOOOOOO - by JANISLI
  • Once I started using the pedometer I would work more actively at getting my steps in everyday. - by MOMFAN

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