How do you convert exercise bike miles to steps?

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Converting exercise bike miles to steps is a matter of simple calculations. First, you need to find how long your average step is. Start at one mark (use a piece of tape to mark the floor at your feet) and take ten normal steps (mark the end with another piece of tape). Measure the distance between the pieces of tape and divide that number by ten (the number of steps). Next, figure out how many feet you have biked by multiplying the number of miles by 5280 (the number of feet in a mile). Once you have the total feet, divide that number by your average step to get the final number of steps as converted.
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1. Record the calories burned or miles biked as listed on your exercise machine after you've completed your workout. You will use that information, along with the following conversions
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0.029051389 Km/s ( for british mile) Steps : one british mile = 1,609 meters. 65 miles/h = 104,585 Km/h > 104,585/3600 seconds = 0,029051389 Km/s ( 1 hour = 3600 seconds) >
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You can pedal as fast as you want. You'll still go zero miles. It's a stationary bike.
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Depending on where you live, such as in an urban area, pedal bikes may not be suitable for outdoor exercise. In order to turn a pedal bike into a stationary bike for exercise, you
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How to Convert Exercise Bike Miles to Steps
Shape Up America is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 by former Surgeon General Dr. C. Everett Koop to encourage Americans to increase their daily activity. Shape Up America created its 10,000 steps program to give people a simple way to determine... More »
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