It's recommended that women between the ages of 18-40 should be focusing on getting 12,000 steps per day in order to keep up with their fitness goals. If you already consider yourself an avid walker, or perhaps speed walking is how you get your heart rate up each day, do you use a pedometer to track the amount of steps you're taking? Twelve-thousand steps is equivalent to about six miles, but if you really want to watch your progress (and monitor your heart rate and calories burned as well), here are some no-frills, inexpensive pedometers that do just that!
5 Simple and Affordable Pedometers For Your Everyday Needs
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