How Many Steps Have You Taken Today?

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Today we are talking about what I called “The Shoe Boot Express” Thats right WALKING.

It's nice out now (April) and if you're bored with your workout – take it outdoors. It makes a difference to me, maybe it will to you as well. I watched another episode of “I Can Make Your Thin” with Paul McKenna and this week they talked about how fit people walk 6,000 steps a day, and overweight people take 4,000 steps a day.

How long does it take to make up the missing 2,000 steps? About 15 minutes according to Paul. So I went looking into pedometers and was amazed at how inexpensive they are. I picked up one at Wal-Mart for 8 bucks (they are as low as 5 and as high as 13). However this cheap piece of crap made in China didn't work. I took it back and exchanged it and this one (same model) seems to be working. It calculates distance, it measures my target steps for the day, calculates the amount of calories burned.

Remember with all exercise to consult your doctor and start slow. Don't start out walking 10,000 steps (which is what the pedometer says to shoot for). Start out walking 2 blocks, then 3, then 4. Work into so that you don't hurt yourself. In the “I can make you thin” episode this is used to speed up your metabolism. If you think you are stuck with a slow metabolism, you are wrong. Exercise can boost your metabolism.

I've added pedometers to the “Logical Weight Loss Shop” at

Books About  Fitness Through Pedometers
Pedomter Walking: Stepping Your Way to Health, Weight Loss and Fitness

10,000 Steps a Day to Your Optimal Weight: Walk Your Way to Better Health

Manpo-Kei: The Art and Science of Step Counting

The Step Diet: Count Steps, Not Calories to Lose Weight and Keep It off Forever

As Seen On TV Machines Reviewed

I was at my Brother's house and saw a Consumer Reports Magazine and it listed some health and fitness items. I summarizer in this episode.

You will be surprised that how many of these items you can get the same results with NO equipment at all.

Products like "The Bean," The Air Climber," "The Leg Magic Professional" really don't accomplish more than similar exercises you can without the products (so why spend the hundreds of dollars?).

I did learn that there is another "version" of Consumer Reports called
Consumer Reports on Health
 that have reviews on Medical technology as well as fitness and exercise.

Realize things like a brisk walk, a jog, a jump rope, push ups, sit ups, using dumb bells, are all ways to exercise without spending a huge amount of money on fitness equipment

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