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Walk the Walk: The Kid’s Book of Pedometer Challenges (Spiral-bound)

Walk the Walk: The Kid's Book of Pedometer Challenges

Getting today’s high-tech, computer savvy kids to exercise isn’t easy—but this kit will do the trick! That’s because it includes a cool gadget and the activities seem just like games.  And to kids, that spells FUN.  Walk the Walk is jam-packed with creative and entertaining ways to use the child-friendly pedometer that comes attached to the colorful book.  See how many steps you take walking the dog—or figure out how many it would take to walk across the ocean if you could.  Or give your favorite sport a cool twist by bringing the pedometer into play: first calculate the average number of paces from home plate to first base in baseball or softball.  Any runner who can’t reach the base in that number of paces (or less) is out, no matter what.  And there’s plenty of other great stuff to do inside, too.  New pedometer-philes will learn how to make the most of this handy gadget, from online pedometer challenges to walk-racing mom and da (more…)

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ACCUSPLIT AE170 Pedometer with Steps, Distance, and Calories Burned

ACCUSPLIT AE170 Pedometer with Steps, Distance, and Calories Burned

Increase your fitness level by walking and keeping track of your steps with the easy-to-use Accusplit AE170 pedometer. By walking just 2,000 more steps a day, you’ll be on your way to a healthier you. The AE170 counts up to 100,000 walked or jogged steps, computes the distance traveled in either miles or kilometers, and computes the calories you’ve burned during your activity. Other features include: Set Stride length in inches or centimeters Calorie count automatically rolls over after 9,999 Closed case protection for display and reset button Large, easy-to-read LED screen 1.5-year battery life Includes 3-way leash Backed by 5-year warranty About ACCUSPLIT Since its founding in 1972, ACCUSPLIT’s has produced professional quality stopwatches, heart rate monitors, timers, and clocks. ACCUSPLIT was the first manufacturer of digital stopwatches, and the company quickly earned a reputation for making accurate, quality products. The company’s president, W. Ron Sutton, is the (more…)

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Freestyle Pacer Pro Pedometer Calculates Distance, Calories Burned and Counts Steps Walk Walking Step Stepping Run Running Walker Runner Hike Hiking Hiker AUTHORIZED DEALER FULL WARRANTY, Black Model 59801

Freestyle Pacer Pro Pedometer Calculates Distance, Calories Burned and Counts Steps Walk Walking Step Stepping Run Running Walker Runner Hike Hiking Hiker AUTHORIZED DEALER FULL WARRANTY, Black Model 59801

Accurately counts steps. Calculates distance in miles or kilometers. Calculates calories burned, average speed and steps per minute. Lap timer with interval time on each walk/run. Easy to read display. 5 step filter sensor. Durable belt clip with folding design. Durable belt clip. 12 Hour clock. Large, easy to read display. AUTHORIZED DEALER, FULL MANUFACTURER´S WARRANTY!!! This pedometer makes it easy to count your steps during your workout or just walking around town!!!

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Pedometer Walking: Stepping Your Way to Health, Weight Loss, and Fitness (Paperback)

Pedometer Walking: Stepping Your Way to Health, Weight Loss, and Fitness

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 US, Australia, and Europe. Most important maybe the chapters treating the trem (more…)

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