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Are you a step counter?


9 Oct 2020 10:07PM
are you a step counter and how many steps would you do in a normal working daySmile
keithh 16 25.7k 33 Wallis And Futuna
9 Oct 2020 10:58PM
20.

10 steps to the bin - throw the Fit Bit in it
10 steps back.
JackAllTog Plus
11 6.1k 58 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2020 9:52PM

Quote:how many steps would you do in a normal working daySmile
In a lockdown day - bed to computer, fridge and back for exercise, LOL
Its not that bad, but nothing live the 4 miles i could walk on a pre lockdown day.
RWH 10 12 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2020 4:17PM
On holiday in India in January, we did a day's excursion to the Ajanta caves. According to the pedometer, we had walked 13,000 steps that day. Of these, 3,000 were while we were in the car. That's an indication of how bad the roads were.
JJGEE 15 7.8k 18 England
22 Nov 2020 7:19AM
No


Cannot be bothered !
altitude50 16 20.5k United Kingdom
22 Nov 2020 8:37AM
I usually give up at around seven or eight!
justin c 16 5.1k 36 England
22 Nov 2020 6:57PM

Quote:are you a step counter and how many steps would you do in a normal working daySmile



Rather than just post a question and forget about it. Why not join in the conversation and share a little info about why you ask, what do you do, why do you count steps, etc. etc.


Personally, I wear a Garmin 735XT 24/7 so steps are automatically recorded. My target is set at about 12000 steps a day. I generally do closer to 20000 a day but I'm not fanatical about reaching that target every day. Rest days and cycling days could result in fewer steps than the daily target. Hiking and running days could result in considerably more.

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