5 Tips To Hit 10k Steps

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My FitBit died the other week. It was this quick and painful death (for me, not it). One day it just shut off, I gave it a reset and it was working again until the next day when it happened again. I was heart broken.

I reached out to their support and we determined it was a goner but I qualified for a replacement and waited as patiently as possible for it to come. The new tracker showed up on Wednesday, I got it charged and synced and yesterday I was able to get back to the grind. Who knew how much I would miss it?

Anyway, I thought it would fun to share a few suggestions on making sure you’re getting in your steps, whether you’re using a FitBit or another step tracker.

10k steps PIN

  1. Take the stairs
  2. Get up from your desk every hour
  3. Where can you walk? (Think: to the gym, groceries, work, if possible)
  4. Walk on your lunch break
  5. Take laps around the house

Do you have a FitBit or other step tracking device?

How do you achieve your daily step goal?

36 thoughts on “5 Tips To Hit 10k Steps

    1. Katie Post author

      Oh really? I always pay attention to where I’m at before and after my run and it’s always been pretty spot on for me! I wonder why yours is that way?

      1. Rica@ Yoga Mat Monkey

        I’ve had a lot of problems with Fitbit. Actually, my boyfriend’s first one had to be returned because it just died after a two months (through no fault of his own). My first one didn’t work right out of the box. The heart-rate monitor didn’t detect a pulse. The company replaced both products without hassle, but I’m not impressed with the construction, and I sure don’t trust my numbers. That said, I still use the damn thing daily!
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  1. Amy Saunders

    I could do with tracking my steps more often! I have a tracker on my phone but never use it! Thanks for the tips though, I will definitely try to use them in my life ☺️

  2. Shannon @GirlsGotSole

    Ha yes, the fitbit can be quite fun to use when competing with fellow friends on steps! I have been a bit lax on this lately, so need to get back on some step challenges! They definitely help me be more accountable.

  3. JenB

    Love my Fitbit! I have a goal of 22k, as I hope to get 10k from exercise, and 10k from everyday movement. Or sometimes my son (he’s only 12, but has a Fitbit and trounces me regularly) have a goal to hit 10×10 … 10K by 10 am!

  4. Simplicity Gal

    Great tips Katie  , It’s way too easy to take the β€œeasier” option, but once you get into a good routine it doesn’t seem as much as of an effect, lol. Running around at work and looking after two under 2’s never seems to give me a moment to stop, lol. I have a 3 Step System for Easily Completing my goals feel free to have a look http://simplicitygal.com/easily-reach-goals-3-steps/ . I’m a great believer in growing a strong mindset, if you want to see the results you’re going to have to do the work and in the end, it’s completely worth.
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  5. claire

    I think I’m the only one in the world without a fit bit haha. So I got a new phone and it has something called Life log which seems to be a tracking device and I don’t have a clue how to use it !!

  6. Kim Munoz

    Great tips! And the feeling when you hit your step goal! Even my boys like to come up and check how much farther I have to go. A quick run outside with the dogs or a game of basketball with the boys. It all adds up! Have a great week!!

  7. Chrissy

    These are great tips! I do all of them! And most of the time I reach my goal because even though I have an office job, I have to get up and walk around a lot and there is one flight of stairs I use all day long! Thank you, Katie! Glad you got your replacement!
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