Physical Activity Monitors
Lifecorder e-STEP, the economical activity monitor, has the same internal mechanism and accuracy as other Lifecorder models, but without a computer download function. Like other Lifecorders, it measures step counts, total calorie expenditure and activity minutes and keeps track of total activity time at moderate or greater levels of intensity in each twenty four hours period with seven days and total seven days memory.
    Step Counts: Many studies have recommended walking 10,000 steps per day. The Lifecorder tracks daily progress toward the 10,000 step.
    Activity Minutes: Many health professionals, including the US Surgeon General and the World Health Organization, recommend a minimum of 30 minutes per day of moderate physical activity (60 minutes per day for children). The Lifecorder function keeps track of total physical activity time at moderate or greater levels of intensity in each 24 hour period for 7 days.
    Calories Burned: Lifecorder displays estimated Basal Metabolic Rate (the calories burned at rest) and Activity Calorie Expenditure* (the calories burned from physical activity). Calories burned are estimated based on personal data and recorded activity. Adding these two values with estimated calories burned from micro movement and meal digestion calculates Total Energy Expenditure.
    Memory: Each icon indicates the maximum daily data stored on the Lifecorder and is available to download to a PC. Displays include each of the last 7 day's results and the weekly total.
    Set Up: User information including weight, gender, age, height, stride, calendar and clock are input to personalize each Lifecorder. Calorie expenditure is calculated based on personal information. The units of measurement can be set in inch/pound or metric.
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