Purchased this pedometer to have a fancier one replacing an older, boring Omron without many features. This thing eats batteries like it's a starving child - not worth any of the extra goodies. Went back to my other pedometer.
This magazine constantly perpetuates myths about spot reduction, miracle dieting, and get-fit-quick nonsense. It's frustrating because about a third of the magazine has great ideas, it's just gimmicked up and gives women unrealistic expectations.