Brain Health Tip...
Our stature isn’t the only thing that shrinks as we get older. Our brains do too. As you would probably expect, less gray matter equals more forgotten names and misplaced keys. Cognitive decline isn’t inevitable, though. A study in the journal Neurology shows that walking at least six miles a week may help prevent brain shrinkage and memory loss. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh followed 300 senior citizens for 13 years and found that those who walked the most cut their risk of dementia in half, compared with those who walked the least. At the end of the study, those who logged the most miles also had the most gray matter.
From the Manufacturer…
ACCURACY: Unlike other pedometers that use a pendulum design, this product features smart sensor technology so it won't miscount steps.
TRI AXIS TECHNOLOGY: Position your pedometer where it’s most comfortable - on your hip, in a pocket or bag.
FOUR TRACKING MODES: Tracks steps, aerobic “brisk” steps, calories and distance, to keep you motivated to go further each day.
AUTOMATIC RESET: The slate gets wiped clean at midnight, so you can easily track your daily steps and distance.
7-DAY MEMORY: With the ability to store up to 7 days of information, you can track your progress to help keep you motivated.