I have been doing a lot of walking, as well as, glider workouts lately. The Sportline Qlip Any-Wear Pedometer I was sent for review has really come in handy. It has been great for walks in the park with my daughter, and has shown consistent distances for the same paths. I also use it on my Gazelle (air walker/glider), and on there it seems to give 1/2 the distance traveled, most likely due to the altered stride on this exercise machine, but the results are still consistent for similar time and pace, so the Qlip has still been helpful in measuring these workouts too.
In addition to measuring distance this pedometer also measures: time, steps, miles or kilometers, calories burned (set your weight for accuracy) & speed. All from a compact attractive clip anywhere design.
I am down 25 pounds and this pedometer has been a big help in achieving this weight loss! 🙂
Sportline Qlip Any-Wear Pedometer ($34.99): Studies say those who walk fewer than 5,000 steps a day are more likely to be overweight?people walking 9,000+ steps daily are more likely to be of normal weight. Pedometers like the Sportline Qlip are a great way to get and stay motivated in your walking routine. It?s an advanced digital pedometer that can be worn (clipped) anywhere on the body and provides real-time feedback for individuals pursuing fitness and walking goals, including accurately tracking steps, distance, and calories burned. Available at most sporting goods stores and www.sportline.com.
Disclosure: Product sample provided for purpose of review. All opinions presented here are my own.