Pedometers and physical activity Small, inexpensive Popular and usable
Functions & Features Tracks steps and miles Time of Day Aerobic Steps & Minutes in this zone Calorie & amount of fat burned Stride Length & weight setting Low battery indicator light Online Tracking System
Proper Use for Pedometer A pedometer is a small device used to count how many steps a person takes while walking. Experts recommend taking around 10,000 steps per day to improve physical fitness. To be able to measure correctly, a pedometer should be worn straight and vertically, preferably attached to the wearer's belt. This helps the device identify hip movements correctly and keep accurate track of how many steps the wearer takes. It is unlikely that any pedometer on the market is 100% accurate, but more expensive digital models can be quite close to the mark.
Omron HJA300 Yellow Pedometer
Features of the Omron Jog Style Pedometer (HJA300) The OMRON Jog style HJA300 uses Omron’s new Active Engine technology to measure the intensity and amount of exercise, ranging from walking to jogging and running.
Fits and works accurately in front pockets, purses/bags, on the waist or around the neck. Workout Results •Time : 0'00" to 1440 min 00 seconds Distance : 0.0 to 999.9 km Calories burned : 0 to 59,999 kcal Average speed : 0.0 to 999.9 km/h Memory : Up to 7 running events Daily Results •Steps today 0 to 999,999 steps Personal Setting Range Mechanism : 3Dimensional accelerationsensor technology
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Published on Nov 11, 2013
Pedometers enable a user to monitor progress in achieving a healthier, more active lifestyle. Ultimately, this will improve overall health,...