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Step Counter Utility

Download the Step Counter to keep track of your daily step counts.
Step Counter (.xls format)

What can I do to improve my health? Just take a few steps!

  Reduce stress
Improve sleep
Increase energy
Strengthen your heart
Lower blood pressure
Reduce health risks
Reduce cholesterol
Enhance immune function
Reduce Stress Improve Sleep
Increase Energy Strengthen Your Heart
Lower Blood Pressure Reduce Health Risks
Reduce Cholesterol Enhance Immune Function




Walking provides many health benefits!

Walking is easy and affordable!

You can walk at work, at home, on vacation, or while shopping!

The Surgeon General recommends that all populations should accumulate at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days.  Walking is the easiest way to meet this goal.

Walking requires no special attire with the exception of a good pair of walking shoes.

It is recommended that each individual should achieve 10,000 steps per day.

How many steps do you take each day?

To find out, stop by the Human Performance Center in Delaware Hall, room 029 and check out a pedometer.

It is free!

For more information on pedometers or walking, just call the Human Performance Center at 287-3843 or 287-3847.

You can use your pedometer to calculate how many calories you burn during your walk. Download this calculator (Microsoft Excel format) and plug in your weight and pedometer reading.

Campus Step Counts  

A guide is available with step counts from buildings and locations across campus. Click here to view a print friendly step count map (right click and select "Save picture as").