Tracking steps and adding calories to my exercise count

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SlowAndSure

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Posted: 30 Apr 2014, 01:03
Hi folks, it is good to be here.

I have been looking for a health/diet/exercise android app, and this seems like the best one to me. But I cannot figure out where to record my steps for the day. That's an important part of what I want to do, over 10,000 steps a day. Can't find it on the android app or here, although there are step challenges.

Where can I record steps each day?

And can I add a number of calories to my exercise in a day? ( I translatesteps into calories).

I hope that this site works out for me, it looks like a good place.

TX!
Allison Kara

Joined: Apr 14
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Posted: 05 May 2014, 02:21
I don't know much about it. But, I believe that a person's height greatly effects the distance covered in certain time. If you are 5' tall, you need more effort to cross 2 miles than a 6' tall person. There are distance calculators. But, I don't know about step counter app.



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