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step counter

[′step ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
In computers, a counter in the arithmetic unit used to count the steps in multiplication, division, and shift operations.
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A little device called a step counter does the trick.
For example, you can purchase a step counter (see Jan/Feb 2004 for more information) and try to clock more steps this week than you did last week.
FTC warns firm not to pass off Taiwan step counter as Japanese
SilverSneakers Steps members receive a kit that includes a step counter, exercise bands, an exercise DVD, exercise illustration cards, and a drawstring bag to store their Steps program tools.
It also includes an automatic step counter display, which provides an achievement indicator percentage, an activity graph of the last five hours, and a non-active alert so users can easily assess their progress throughout the day.
I look to the step counter on my wrist for salvation but the reality is I've been cheating on that too.
Swiping right will take you through the various specific screens, such as the step counter, exercise, floors, heart rate and so on.
Earlier this week, the developer company released a statement on its official Facebook page, after fans raised concerns about losing the step counter, also known as footprints, from the game following the update.
Come and say hello or fill out a short form and take away a free walking pack and step counter.
Item Price Step counter Calorie Distance counter calculator High Gear Pe318 $20 Yes Yes Yes Omron HJ-151 $25-$30 Yes Yes Yes Accusplit $30 Yes Yes Yes Eagle 170 Sportline 360 $40 Yes Yes Yes Omron HJ-720ITC $50-$60 Yes Yes Yes Item Memory Security Health leash management software High Gear Pe318 No No No Omron HJ-151 7 days No No Accusplit No Yes No Eagle 170 Sportline 360 7 days No No Omron HJ-720ITC 7 days Yes Yes (displayed); 42 days (in memory)
Using my electronic step counter and coming home the same way, I clock up at least the 6000 paces a day needed to stay moderately fit.
I wore a step counter when I was walking and I was burning between 1,000 and 1,200 calories a day.