MSU Extension in Roosevelt County

Pedometer Walking

 

  

A Great Way to Track Your Daily Activity 
A pedometer is a little device worn on the waistband or belt that tracks steps taken. Tracking steps provides a realistic picture of how much daily activity you are getting and can give you a great starting point from which you can set personal goals for improvement. 
Recent studies suggest that walking 10,000 steps a day is the appropriate level of activity for weight management and associated health benefits. 
Note: Most people only get between 900 – 2000 steps a day through normal living and working activity. 
To learn about pedometer walking programs, visit one of the following websites for details and motivational guidance: 
Creative Walking, Inc – Pedometer Programs 
http://www.creativewalking.com/pedometer-fm.html 
Shape Up America’s 10,000 Steps Program 
http://www.shapeup.org/10000steps.html

 

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