pedometer

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pedometer

a device containing a pivoted weight that records the number of steps taken in walking and hence the distance travelled

pedometer

[pə′däm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for measuring and weighing a newborn child.
An instrument that registers the number of footsteps and distance covered in walking.
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This was the basis for the calculation of sensitivity and specificity for the different step counters and wear locations.
For those cautiously entering this bewildering array off apps, I would recommend nothing more than their free smartphone step counter.
There are hundreds of pedometers from which to choose, from simple step counters that cost less than $10 (try the AARP model) to fancier models that tell you miles walked and calories burned plus provide a stopwatch and memory.
Pedometers, or step counters, are typically worn on the belt or waistband and detect vertical acceleration of the hip during gait cycles.
About 45,000 children will be handed the step counters to encourage them to exercise more.
Using electronic step counters to increase lifestyle physical activity: Colorado on the Move.