Custom Pedometers

What do we use a pedometer with logo for, and who uses them? Basically, pedometers count the number of steps that you take in a measured period of time. Anyone who wants to keep track of how far they walk, whether just for general knowledge or as part of a fitness program, will choose to use one. Pedometers come in all different sizes and shapes, and are usually worn on either the wrist or the belt. Some of these promotional pedometers have added features, such as a calorie counter, digital clock, or even an FM radio. Some of them come complete with gift boxes.
Fitness and exercise have become more and more important as our days are spent more and more in front of computers at our desks. Where once we walked everywhere, and got our exercise while working, we now live a much more sedentary lifestyle. In order to maintain good health and enjoy all of the benefits technology has provided for us, it is necessary to be sure that we exercise and burn calories on a regular basis. Since most of us either don’t have the time or the inclination to spend hours at a gym or workout center, walking is one activity that is still available to us.
Presenting customers and employees with printed pedometers shows that your company takes an interest in their health and well being. You can select an inexpensive model, which will still accomplish all that is needed.
More advanced models, such as the Sportline total fitness pedometernot only count the number of steps taken, but also the total distance traveled and the calories burned. It displays not only steps per minute but also miles per hour. It features an automatic scanning mode which switches from walking to running, and an automatic stride adjustment. Your logo is prominently featured where it can be readily seen.
Whichever style or design that you choose, you are helping your customers, potential customers, and employees to take a step in the right direction in improving or maintaining their health. You will be remembered as a company or business that has the best interests of their customers in mind.

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