Pedometers are inexpensive devices which can be used to track steps. To ensure the pedometer functions correctly, it must be clipped securely to your belt, pants or skirt just above the hip in line with your knee. The pedometer must remain vertical as it counts steps using a pendulum mechanism. Ensure that it is set to zero each morning and remember to take it off at night before bed. Record steps on paper, in a logbook electronically or directly into the 10,000 Steps smart phone application or website.

Safety straps can be purchased to ensure that pedometers do not fall off clothing accidentally. If you have any questions about 10,000 Steps branded pedometers, please contact Health Management Group on info@healthmg.com.au.

Wrist worn activity trackers or pedometers as well as pedometer smart phone applications can also be used to enter recorded steps manually into the Step Log. 


Instruction Sheets

Yamax DW150 Pedometer Instructions

View instructions for the Yamax Digi-Walker DW150 to learn about the features, adjusting sensitivity, replacing the battery and other useful tips.

Yamax SW200 Pedometer Instructions

View instructions for the Yamax Digi-Walker SW200 to learn about the features, main applications, assembled parts, how the pedometer measures and how best to wear the SW200.

Yamax SW700 Pedometer Instructions

View instructions for the Yamax Digi-Walker SW700 to learn about the main features, assembled parts, how the pedometer measures and how best to wear the SW700.