Have a Healthier Heart: Kit Yourself Out with a Pedometer
Walking 10,000 steps a day will improve your health and be kind to your heart. An activity monitor pedometer will do the counting for you. Take the fuss out of your daily exercise routine and improve your fitness
June 5, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Whether you need to keep track of your activity for health reasons or to maintain a healthy lifestyle, a pedometer is an essential piece of kit for everyone who enjoys an active lifestyle. As stated on the NHS Choices website "research shows that walking 10,000 steps a day will significantly improve your health. Putting one foot in front of the other can build stamina, burn excess calories and give you a healthier heart".
An activity monitor pedometer works by counting the steps you take, whether that's a walk to the shops, the steps round the office or your home in your daily routine, or the jog/run you might do once a week, it's a great addition to keep on top of your daily exercise.
Studies have shown that using an activity monitor pedometer is the perfect motivational tool to help you keep track of your daily steps. Most people don't realise how much time they spend being stationary, especially those who have desk jobs. Many of us sit all day at a screen, never venturing out on lunch breaks and opting for checking our email or social media rather than a swift walk around the streets.
Long gone are the days of chunky pedometers that announced to the world exactly how many steps you'd taken in a day. Pedometers are available in a wide range of colours, whether that's an activity monitor pedometer pink for the girly girls or a sleeker and stylish activity monitor pedometer white, to match your phone and other mobile devices.
For a full range of activity monitor pedometers including our activity monitor pedometer (white) and our activity monitor pedometer (pink) visit www.heathcare4all.co.uk.
You can email the team (including a fully qualified pharmacist who is there to give professional advice) on firstname.lastname@example.org or if you'd like to, you can call the team on 0113 350 5432.
Categories: Exercise and Physical Fitness