This is an in-depth review of the Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Smart Watch. This best-selling fitness tracker is a four-in-one device: an activity tracker; a sleep tracker; a smart watch with notifications; and a GPS device to track your runs, hikes or bike rides. As such, it is an ideal fitness and activity tracker for dedicated athletes, particularly athletes who usually exercise outdoors, and athletes who do a variety of sports. For example, it would be an incredibly helpful tool for a triathlete. It is also an extremely handy fitness tracker for a cyclist, given that it has a built-in GPS and heart rate monitor, so that you don’t need to carry any other equipment to record a ride.
Here’s my video showing the unboxing and set up of my Garmin Vivoactive HR. This best-selling fitness tracker is a four-in-one device: an activity tracker; a sleep tracker; a smart watch with notifications; and a GPS device to track your bike rides. It’s very clearly a fitness tracker, not a fashion statement, so the Garmin Vivoactive HR is best suited for serious athletes who do a lot of sports, and who work out every day, such as triathletes.
Here’s a handy guide to the best selling fitness trackers of the year. All of these fitness trackers offer excellent ways to track your bike rides and all associated stats. Post includes unboxing and set up videos.
Fitbit Blaze vs Surge. Two of the most popular fitness trackers are the Fitbit Surge and the Fitbit Blaze. In the battle of Fitbit Blaze vs Surge, which should you choose? Which one is better for you as a cyclist and an athlete? This post compares the Fitbit Blaze and Fitbit Surge in depth to help you decide. Includes a comprehensive table comparing all features.
Two of the most popular activity trackers are the Fitbit Charge HR and the (more expensive) Fitbit Surge. In the battle of Fitbit Charge HR vs Surge, which should you choose? This indepth post will help you decide which fitness tracker is better for cyclists.