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.
Best Selling Fitness Trackers of the Year
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.
How to Use Perceived Rate of Exertion to Get Fit
If you’re planning to get fit, or maybe even want to train to do a charity bike ride, consider how you are going to monitor the intensity of your workouts. The Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) is the easiest way to measure exercise intensity – and it’s free! This post shows you how to use perceived rate of exertion to get fit.
How to Monitor Your Exercise Intensity to Get Fit the Smart Way
If you’re planning to get fit, or maybe even want to train to do a charity bike ride, consider how you are going to monitor the intensity of your workouts – and consider getting a decent heart rate monitor. This post shows how you can use perceived rate of exertion to start getting fit, and recommends that you use the precision of a heart rate monitor to take it to the next level.