Infographic: Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison

Date Posted:8 March 2019 

Using a heart rate monitor can provide feedback specific to your body. Knowing your heart rate can help you design, start and follow a workout routine that is personalised to your level of fitness. It is the most accurate and objective way to determine the benefit you get from your workout.
 
By wearing a heart-rate monitor, you can determine if you're pushing hard enough when you need to, and recovering enough when you need to. Heart-rate monitors can also be useful if you're training for a marathon so you can learn how to pace yourself without burning out.
 
Wearing a heart-rate monitor lets you know your calories burned, check out the intensity of your favorite workouts, create an efficient training plan, or just motivate yourself. Learn which Garmin HRM strap is most suited for your needs on the infographic below.
 
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison
Why is it important to monitor your heart rate during excercise
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison - Recommended Use
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison - Connectivity
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison - Metrics Measured
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison - Physcial Specs
Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Straps Comparison - Resource page
 

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Comments (1)

Garmin HRM Dual - Running Dynamics

By: on 17 February 2020
I have a Garmin HRM Dual and a Fenix 5x plus. Of all the literature I've read, it states you cannot get running dynamics with the Dual, but when I run, it shows all the running dynamics you would get with the HRM Run. How is this so?

Active Stride Response
Hi, Yeah, that is correct. The HRM dual doesn't NOT have any running dynamics. What running dynamics are you seeing? The Fenix 5x Plus can do cadence by itself?

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