No matter where you're going, make every step count with the HJ-112 Pedometer. Using Omron 2D smart sensor technology, this dual-axis pedometer tracks steps accurately, whether it's in your pocket, on your belt, or clipped to your bag.
You'd be surprised by how many steps you already take each day. A few hundred walking to the bus, a couple thousand going a few blocks down for lunch, and with an Omron Pedometer, you'll know just how many steps you're taking and begin looking for ways to see that number get bigger every day.
Omron Pedometers use smart sensor technology rather than the standard pendulum system to get a more accurate reading. Many Omron Pedometers, including the HJ-112, can be programmed to your personal stride length to provide you with an even more accurate count.
Omron Dual-Axis Technology--Counts steps accurately and quietly, whether positioned vertically or horizontally.
Automatic Reset--Start with a clean slate each day to track your steps more accurately.
Weekly Log--Store up to seven days of information in memory; resets to zero at midnight, so you're ready to go every morning.
Six Tracking Modes--Track steps, aerobic steps, time, distance, calories, and fat grams burned.
Tracking for Two Kinds of Steps--The HJ-112 tracks both regular and brisk steps separately.
Walking is a great way to stay healthy. In fact, walking 10,000 steps a day is widely recommended by health and fitness professionals. And when you track your steps with a pedometer, like the Omron HJ-112, studies show you're likely to increase your total number of steps a day by about 2,000, or 1 mile.*
Warm Up First--Before your walk, stretch (arm circles, hip circles, and leg lifts) to get your blood flowing and reduce the risk of injury.
Use a Pedometer--Omron Pedometers are the partners you can count on when you want to accurately track your daily routine and help you reach your recommended 10,000 daily steps.
Set Goals--Begin slowly and work your way up. By setting goals you'll push yourself farther and achieve more.
Mix It Up--Add variety to your routine by changing pace, walking uphill, or just changing your route.
Add Resistance--Include some upper-body exercises as you walk, such as arm reaches or carrying water bottles in each hand to increase your calorie burn.
*JAMA. 2007; 298 190:2296-2304
Omron HJ-112 Pedometer, lithium battery, holder, strap and clip, and instruction manual.