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2016-05-24 17:28

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Walking 10,000 steps everyday, every step worth !

The Japanese first started using the 10,000 steps a day number, as part of a marketing campaign! Since that initial campaign however, medical authorities around the world have agreed that 10,000 is a healthy number for which to aim. The American Heart Association uses the 10,000 steps metric as a guideline to follow for improving health and decreasing risk of heart disease, the number one killer of men and women in America.


10,000 steps a day is a rough equivalent to the Surgeon General’s recommendation to accumulate 30 minutes of activity most days of the week. It should be enough to reduce your risk for disease and help you lead a longer, healthier life. 


Today’s modern technology makes it possible to measure more metrics about the ways we exercise than ever before. For example, with running we can look at our mileage, pace, and heart rate. The numbers help us establish a baseline so we can track our progress, and can even motivate us to go farther or work harder.


But what if we took a different view when we looked at our data—and saw how amazing our human factors really are. Our numbers can be like pats on the back, so to speak, and remind us of what we’ve accomplished. That can be pretty motivating, too.


Our HW652 heart rate watch is a perfect partner when you walking, it can track your daily activity, including steps, calories, distance sleep qualities, heart rate. It supports to store offline data and transmit the data when you finished your workout, supports BLE and ANT+ real time heart rate transmission, work with iSO and Androids devices that support Bluetooth4.0 or ANT+. It makes your walking more interesting and let every step worth. Let’s keep moving, keep fit !