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How do you figure out the step setting so I get the correct amount of steps on my pedometer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK I couldn't find the owners manual for the original posters unit however I did write to the manufacturer so I will keep you updated on that. So basic pedometer trouble shooting. If you replaced the batteries you have to reset all your settings including your stride length. make sure the unit is not hanging off where you click it as irregualr movements will mess up the accuracy. also ensure the unit is upright at all times. Also make sure you are not shuffling or wearing sandals as that will mess up the stride count as well Here is the manual for the HJ-112 model http://www.omronhealthcare.com/img/shop/hj-112---2005-112inst-rev-d.pdfll.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: If I walk 26 sq
you cant walk in square feet as this is an area.
you walk in linear feet. a straight line.
if you walk 26 linear feet in 10 strides then your stride length is 2.6 feet or 2 and a half feet per step.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
I cannot get my pedometer to count steps. I was able to set up the pedometer, I can work the stopwatch, but cannot get it to start counting steps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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Pace out an area that's long
enough for you to take 10 normal steps, in your natural stride, without
having to turn to one side or the other. Place a piece of tape at one
end of this distance, then stand with your toes flush with the edge of
Carry another piece of tape
with you as you walk straight ahead, taking 10 steps (5 with your left
foot, 5 with the right). Stop at the end of the tenth step and place the
tape flush with the toes of your leading foot.
Measure the distance from one
piece of tape to the other, in inches, with a measuring tape. Divide
this distance by 10 to get your average stride length. If, for example,
you walked 290 inches in 10 strides, your average stride length will be
290 / 10 = 29 inches.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/93695-set-up-omron-pedometer/#ixzz1uuGDz1tt
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