People who record their steps daily are not only active but they are not prone to have heart attacks and fractured bones, according to a study. Researchers studied the data of 1,927 people who track their steps daily. Part takers had 7,500 steps and one hour and a half exercise every day. The study shows that part takers who used pedometer were 44% less likely to have cracked bones and 66% less likely to have heart problems. Walking habits lessen the risk of bone fracture, heart attack, and stroke, according to Tess Harris an instructor from St George’s University.