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Here you will find the best of the best GPS running watches currently available on the market, along with what to look for before making your purchase! Basic to mid-level GPS running watches track a combination of metrics like speed, pace, distance, heart rate, calories, sleep cycles, and may come with music, app, and Bluetooth features.
Sensors – besides the GPS functionality, the top end watches from Garmin will also feature a heart rate monitor, barometric altimeter so you can keep on track of the weather along with a compass and gyroscope. Yours might also feature an accelerometer, thermometer and if you've bought one specially for diving activities, a depth sensor.
The VivoActive 3 (Music) is quite a complete running watch, covering obvious data such as distance, pace and heart-rate but also more detailed metrics such as cadence – all with customizable data screens to suit different info needs for different runners.
GPS Running Smartwatch with Garmin Coach Training Plan Support Easy-to-use running watch monitors heart rate at the wrist¹ and features GPS to track your pace, distance, intervals and more; Works with free Garmin Coach adaptive training plans that bring expert, personalized coaching right to your wrist
It does knock you down, pace-wise, and then you build up on a solid foundation. My best suggestion is to keep it really simple and not get bogged down with all of the zones. Have a target or a max number in mind and focus on that. I do recommend a running watch with heart rate monitor built-in or a heart rate monitor strap.
Although some heart rate monitors can cost you hundreds of dollars, upping your workout game doesn't need to mean emptying your wallet. The Letsfit fitness trackers comes with all the bells and whistles usually found on pricier trackers (like activity and sleep tracking) and also measures heart rate via sensors on the wrist.