How many steps do you take in a day? Young or old, athlete or coach potato, a pedometer, or stepometer, is a useful indicator of how much you move. If you’re just looking for a simple gadget to count your steps, one of our Omron pedometers might fit the bill. The Omron Step One 2.0 Step Counter boasts a 3D accelerometer and measures your progress in steps, miles or kilometres – whatever you prefer. The Omron IV also counts calories and has a clock.
Fitness trackers often include a pedometer. They’ll also feed back on your heartbeat, pace, distance, calories, speed and direction, and can often track your sleep and instruct you on your breathing during exercise. The Fitbit is probably the best-known fitness tracker. A Fitbit Versa smart watch will give you personalised onscreen workouts that play on your wrist, coach you through each move and adapt based on your feedback. You can also play more than 300 songs and download your own playlists.
A treadmill or exercise bike is a very convenient way to get fit quickly – out of the rain and the traffic. This equipment can usually be tucked away in a corner of a room or in a garage; some is even foldable. If you get on your bike the make sure you have a look at our range of racing bikes, we’re sure you’ll see a dramatic improvement in fitness within weeks. Use your fitness tracker to track your progress.