10000 step program
Okay- exercise rookie here. My husband and I are determined to try to get in shape and lose weight. One small device we bought was a pedometer.($24 at Dicks) We have it set to steps because I read an article that said you should motivate yourself to do 10-12K steps a day.
My husband is frustrated because when we take our walks- exactly the same I come up with alot more steps than him. I am sure it has something to do with our stride length- but can it really make that much of a difference? I almost double the steps.
Thanks for any advise. I think you can input your weight into this thing if you want to get fancy= just didn't know if that came into play