Tomorrow, the University of Notre Dame’s Official Walking Club will start a challenge for its members which sounds like this: 1 MILLION STEPS IN 100 DAYS! This mean a goal of 10,000 steps per day between September 1st – December 9th.
But maybe you’re asking why I’m telling you this. Well, you may take it as a healthy tip, which sounds like this: “WHY DON’T YOU TRY THIS AT HOME, ON YOUR OWN?”.
If you’ll decide to follow my tip, then you should know that you have 2 options to track your steps:
- a pedometer – I know you might say that pedometers are very expensive, but the cheapest one can do a great job, because you need just something to count your steps, not distance, calories, speed or… other things like those.
- an app on your smart-phone – if you own a smart-phone running Android, iOS, BlackBerry or Windows you’ll find for sure in its app-market an app which can track your steps due to the accelerometer built-in you phone, so you just need to keep in your pants’ pocket.