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Count your steps to stay in shape with these devices

Experts say that most boys should average 60 minutes of physical activity and roughly 12,000 steps per day to stay healthy. Here are a few of the coolest ways to keep track of all that activity:


FITBIT ZIP ($59.95,

This tiny water-resistant band tracks steps, calories and active minutes.



The more you move, the more you help. Thanks to the United Nations Children’s Fund, your exercise will be converted into donations for malnourished children across the globe.


IBITZ ($34.99,

This pedometer syncs with your smartphone and includes fitness-based games.

7 Comments on Count your steps to stay in shape with these devices

  1. I get 15000 steps almost everyday

  2. I have a fitbit charge 2 and it was $150. It does everything! Steps, heart rate, calories, sleep tracking, smartphone notifications, and if you reach all your goals (not just steps) you get to play a game. My average is 10,000 steps/day.

  3. I use the i5 plus. It’s good for what you pay. I average 13,000 steps per day.

  4. I average 13,000 steps a day. I use a i5 plus. Its great for what you pay.

  5. I average 10,000 a day with my Garmin Vivofit. It’s a good option, too. It’s only $50.00

  6. Exersise101 // April 3, 2016 at 6:30 pm // Reply

    I average 14,000 steps and +++ I exersise
    1 hour a day

  7. Da Truth Tella // February 22, 2016 at 10:40 pm // Reply

    I average 15,000 a day. It’s pretty fun keeping track and being able to compare steps with other people, as dorky as it sounds.

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