Alternatively, if you want to use a Straight Outta Shape But Bitch I’m Tryin Shirt treadmill then they actually tell you the distance. I’ve discovered I’d added about 100 steps to my Fitbit by sitting stroking the dog. It counts how often you move your arm forward and backward. If you want accuracy to get a GPS watch as it says in the article. Step counters are good for getting people to move more but nowhere near accurate enough for distance running.
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Every runner knows that GPS is 1-2% off on a Straight Outta Shape But Bitch I’m Tryin Shirt marathon distance. Regardless of the watch model or make. In fact, most watches are exactly the same GPS +Glonass chip. The reason is mostly as real running is in cities where tall buildings change signals. However, to do the test on a treadmill is just a sign the researchers are out of touch with real-world runners. My Fitbit charge 2 often claims I’ve burnt over 1000 calories before I even get up in the morning. It’s also absolutely crap at tracking sleep.
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The only thing it’s marginally useful for is tracking my heart rate which has been useful lately as I’m having heart problems. Doesn’t even switch on unless I tap it really hard. Yep. I have a Fitbit which if I wear to work then sweep and mop the floor the steps go up which is from the wrist action of me sweeping and mopping. Definitely not accurate gadgets. For road running, my Garmin is actually very accurate.
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But when I’m on the treadmill, it uses average stride length from my Straight Outta Shape But Bitch I’m Tryin Shirt latest road run and counts the steps I take. So if I am running slower – or faster – than my latest road run it will be very wrong. But it allows you to recalibrate the treadmill run at the end. These things work on the movement of one’s wrist, nothing to do with measuring distance. Sit on a couch and move your arm and it will think you’re moving.