The Weirdest Things People Have Done to Hit 10,000 Steps

Steamed bridesmaid's dress: check. Hair and makeup: check. Flip flops for the dance floor: check.

The last remaining bit of bridal party preparation was to remove my Fitbit. Only, you know, not really remove it: Even though I was about to be in a wedding, I couldn't leave my tracker behind. Instead, I just took the sensor out of its chunky rubber wristband and stuck it into my strapless bra—I mean, if you hit 10,000 steps and your fitness tracker doesn't register them, do they even count?

My name is Kaitlin, and I'm a self-professed fitness tracking addict (Cue the group: "Hi, Kaitlin.") Think I'm insane? Maybe. But the wearable fitness tracker industry is projected to reach $48.2 billion by 2023, so I'm not the only one who has done something just a tiny bit crazy to hit their 10,000 steps.

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