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Sportline Sports Pedometer How many of you have driven a route with your car in order to determine its distance just before you set out to conquer your latest fitness challenge? Of course you want to know the length of the journey before you get started but why take the surprise out of it? Why not learn the distance as you challenge yourself which means learn as you go?Walk Up To 1000 KM Have Every Step Counted Simply decide if you want it to display your steps taken or your distance traveled. Stride in style with the new Step & Distance Pedometer from Sportline. This tiny device accurately counts every step you take up to 99999. And whether you hike walk or run it also records your distance up to 1000 miles or kilometers. Simply decide if you want it to display your steps taken or your distance traveled.How Does This Pedometer Work? In order for the device to calculate your distance you have to input the average length of your step. This is done by measuring the distance from the heel print of one foot to the heel print of the other foot. As you travel it records your distance. However you can change the mode on the device from distance to steps. When it is in the steps mode it will display the number of steps you have taken. Whereas when you select distance it shows how far you have walked ran or hiked.What Are Customers Saying? One customer purchased his pedometer to measure his distance as he trained for a hiking event. He says his reasons for selecting the Sportline model was the price and its large LCD display. In his own words he goes on to say it was easy to set up and the manual showed me everything I needed to know. He also checked the accuracy while involved in various activities such and it has passed every test.Your cardiovascular exercise is very important and is therefore worth tracking. The Step & Distance Pedometer makes it easy to monitor your progress thereby leaving you with more time and mental capacity to focus on pushing your body to higher heights.
Mark Fenton, television personality and author of the best-selling "Complete Guide to Walking, teams up with top exercise researcher, David R. Bassett, to help readers get moving. These guys know what works, and they've got pedometers on the brain. During the last ten years, pedometer use has grown exponentially. "Step counting" broke into the exercise vocabulary when Oprah started sporting her own pedometer, and the mania has only grown. Ten years ago there were five pedometers on the market; today there are dozens. But what to do with them? Hearing the cries for solid information, authors David R. Bassett and Mark Fenton have stepped up. Covered in this guide are a history of step counting--Jefferson was a fan, and a pedometer was designed by Leonardo da Vinci--advice on choosing a pedometer, and a guide to starting a pedometer program, with looks at successful ones in the U.S., Australia, and Europe. Most important may be the chapters treating the tremendously successful 10,000-steps-per-day programs initiated in Japan, as well as the modifications it needs to work for children and senior citizens. Aside from the pedometer itself, Pedometer Walking may be one of the most important exercise tools in years.
A pedometer you can slip into your pocket At a mere 3mm thick, this credit-card-sized pedometer slides into your pocket to track your steps, distance and calories burned. The accurate, laser-tuned Walk & Trim® Pedometer has an Individual Stride Adjustment to customize your settings. Slip it into your pocket or wallet and start walking! Includes a clock function. Uses one button-cell battery (included).