Step goals should be a part of your fitness journey. They motivate you to move more and sit less. This is important regardless of whether you’re just starting out or well along the way.

My passion is to help you set and reach step goals that are right for you. Here are some resources that can help.

How to Reach 10,000 Steps (and more) Every Day

Everyone talks about how 10,000 steps should be your daily goal. Nobody talks about how hard it is to reach that every day. This FREE guide will help you reach that goal and go beyond, but do it in a way that is encouraging and not demotivating.

57 Ways to Get 1,000 Steps

There are hidden opportunities scattered throughout your day to move towards fitness. It only takes 10-minutes to reach 1,000 steps. This FREE guide will show you where you can begin taking advantage of these opportunities!


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I have only used Fitbit step trackers and I have loved the experience and the products.

Sat 3.8.19.Fitbit Inspire HR – This is the one I use. I LOVE it. The Inspire HR has a slim profile, tracks my sleep, and heart rate. It’s Fitbit’s newest step tracker. You can check out my review HERE.

Charge 3Fitbit Charge 3 – This Fitbit has a touch screen and advanced fitness metrics. In addition to steps, calories and sleep, the Fitbit Charge 3 will also track your heart rate.

AceFitbit Ace – This is a step tracker for kids. It’s durable and waterproof and get’s them started on a lifetime of fitness fun.

VersaFitbit Versa Smart Watch -This is one of two Fitbit smartwatches. In addition to advanced fitness metrics, the Versa also can hold up to 300 songs. 


Fitbit Ionic GPS Smart Watch -This is Fitbit’s premium smart watch and activity tracker. Tons of features, including built-in GPS.  


AfterShokzAfterShokz Trekz Air Open-Ear Wireless Headphones – I love these headphones. They have changed the way I listen to audio while I walk. They fit behind the ear and use bone conduction technology. They are wireless and because they are not in your ears so you can hear what’s happening around you. You can read my review HERE