Step Counter vs. Pedometer:
A step and stride counter simply keeps track of the number of steps taken. A pedometer is used to keep track of distance traveled which is calculated by multiplying the stride length by the number of steps taken.
How it Works:
Step counters measure the up and down motion of your body as you walk or jog. A spring-set horizontal arm acts as a pendulum that makes and breaks an electrical circuit which in turn tallies the number of step counts. The adjustment setting controls the sensitivity of the arm to better accommodate the intensity of the workout. A jogger for example would require lesser sensitivity while a walker moving at a slower pace would require more sensitivity.
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