www.fitnessblender.com/blog/how-many-extra-miles-do-you-need-to-walk-a-day-to-lose-weight

Use this easy formula to find out exactly how much you need to walk per day to lose weight. ... How many steps do I need to take to lose weight? The average ...

community.fitbit.com/t5/Flex/how-many-steps-in-a-mile/td-p/109229

That depends entirely on your stride. You can measure and adjust your stride to improve the accuracy of your device in this respect:.

www.thewalkingsite.com/10000steps.html

How many steps do you walk each day? You may have ... That means that it takes over 2,000 steps to walk one mile; and 10,000 steps would be almost 5 miles.

www.thecalculatorsite.com/articles/units/how-many-steps-in-a-mile.php

Nov 7, 2016 ... Find out how many steps there are in a mile, how far 10000 steps is and how to calculate accurately for your stride length.

www.beachbodyondemand.com/blog/how-many-steps-walk-per-mile

May 2, 2016 ... How many steps you take in a mile depends on your Height and Stride Length. Here's how to figure out how many steps are in a mile.

www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messageboard_thread.asp?board=0x36986x52097492

Wow, just commented a few minutes ago elsewhere, on the sparkpeople blog about calculating how many steps in a mile - I'm 5'3" and one leg ...

www.oregonlive.com/living/index.ssf/2015/06/the_10000_steps-a-day_myth_how.html

Jun 8, 2015 ... You don't have to take 10,000 steps a day to significantly improve your health. ... roughly translates to five miles -- is not founded in exercise physiology or medical science. ... And it's not an unrealistic goal for many of us.

www.uwyo.edu/wintherockies_edur/win%20steps/coordinator%20info/step%20conversions.pdf

average of 2,000 steps per mile for simplicity. ... Note: You can find many different ways to convert physical activities to steps. ... The University is an equal.

health.usnews.com/health-news/blogs/eat-run/2014/05/21/why-10-000-steps-a-day-wont-make-you-thin

May 21, 2014 ... And yet, many take on walking programs with that express aim ... every 10.5 additional miles you walk, you might expect to lose a hair over 1/10 ...