Introducing Walker Tracker

VeiledGlory's step blog on Walker TrackerMy new best friend speaks in click-clack…it is a Sportline 360 pedometer! I also have a new online hang-out at Walker Tracker. [My blog is here.] Now you all can see how many steps I take in 12-14 hours. Their membership is free. Of course, they offer a premium membership ‘Pro’ level where you can get extra bells and whistles.

My first month’s goal is 8,000 steps daily. This is just a notch above a normal office worker day for me. I have to conscientious enough to plan a 15 minute aerobic walk to reach the goal. So far, so good! The usual goal other people pick is 10,000 steps. In two months, I hope to reach that consistently.

If you are geeky and obsessive about tracking things, Walker Tracker might be for you! [Pedometers are relatively inexpensive – less than a month of gym membership!]

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1 Response to “Introducing Walker Tracker”


  1. 1 Alana May 10, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    I wear a pedometer, too. Talk about motivating! When I first got it, at Christmas, I was astonished that I got so few steps into my day. My goal is also around 10,000. Some days I go way over, some days I have to rest and I get fewer in (I have fibromyalgia). So far today I’m sluggishly only at 4013. Sigh.


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