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October 22, 2010

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JK

That video is GREAT. So is the post. Thank you!

Cynthia Bailey MD

I got a kick out of that video. Thanks too for more motivation to keep up the exercise. It gets harder for me in the winter, but off to the gym I go. It's been my weight and muscle mass that keeps me exercising, but now I'll re-frame that for my brain as well.

David P. Smith

I have used a pedometer for about 3 years. My choice is Omron HJ-112 Digital Pocket Pedometer. At the time of this writng, over 2,900 people have rated this model at Amazon.com. see http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dsporting&field-keywords=pedometer&x=0&y=0

My only complaint is that I need to change the battery every six months. ;-)

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