Use the Baseline Pedometer for Mediation Walks

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While you exercise both your mind and body on a meditation walk, you may want to know how many steps you are taking. Use the Baseline Pedometer for Mediation WalksMeasuring your steps can help with step goals, and this can give you motivation to walk even further to beat the number of steps you took before. If you want to effectively track your movement and activity, try using a Baseline® Pedometer.

Tracking your steps is a great way to stay healthy and active as you go for your walks. This is because you can track your progress as you walk and set new step goals. This can give you the motivation you need to keep going. With the Baseline® Pedometer you can see how you are doing rather than just guessing, thus making you feel better about your fitness activity. Walks can also become boring and repetitive without a goal in mind. It is very important to find some enjoyment in walks, as doing this activity can prevent cardiac diseases and accidental falls later in life.

There are multiple options to choose from when making the decision to go with the Baseline® Pedometer. It comes in three different models ranging from LiTE®, Standard, and Deluxe. Going from LiTE® all the way up to Deluxe you will find each pedometer has more features than the next. Each model comes standard with a protective case, safety strap, large easy-to-read digital display, and calorie measuring chart. The calorie measuring chart tells you how many calories you burned based on your weight and the number of steps you take. The LiTE® model only tracks the number of steps taken. The Standard model tracks steps taken, distance walked and calories burned. The Deluxe model tracks steps taken, distance walked, calories burned, and total activity time.

If you want to go for a mindful walk but also track how you are doing, then the Baseline® Pedometer is right for you. You can easily track your progress giving you motivation to walk further and burn even more calories.

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Article written by William Graves.