Counting your steps adds up to better health!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging Americans to take 10,000 steps every day. The average person is taking 5210 steps per day. This is not good.Increasing your number of steps (mileage) on a daily basis can increase weight loss according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. This study showed that when the number of daily steps were reduced from 6203 to 1344 there was a 60% increase in insulin levels in just 2 weeks. The abdominal fat increased by 7%. This shows the importance of walking, knowing how many steps you walk and monitoring it daily.We have the Omron Aerobic Pedometer HJ151on sale for just $19.95.The Omron Pedometer measures your steps, moderate steps, minutes walked, calories burned and distance traveled. This highly accurate pedometer is specially designed for aerobic activity. It separately displays moderate steps and minutes walked at a moderate pace and give you a 7 day history of your work so you can easily review a full week of exercise.

  • Separately measures moderate steps (brisk walking vs movement at work or home)
  • Measures minutes of moderate steps
  • Measures distance walked up to 999.99 miles
  • Measures calories burned to 99,999kcal
  • 7 day history allows data review for each of the last 7 days
  • Resets automatically at midnight-ready to go each morning
  • Large LCD display
  • Time of day clock with 12 hour display
  • Comfortable and durable spring clip design for all day wear
  • 2 inches diameter and 1 inch thick
  • Easy to set up

Sale price just $19.95http://shop.naturalcompounder.com/products/hip-pedometer-aerobic

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