as mentioned in With perhaps its detailed analysis of the running being the thing that is most important to me:The new Garmin Forerunner 935 adds to that two new data points: training load and training status.
The Forerunner 935 comes with swappable watch straps (so you switch between a more formal or sporty look and works with Garmin Connect — the company’s online platform for tracking, sharing, and comparing workout data.
As a runner, I take my GPS watches seriously and this new release from Garmin makes me want to delve into the depths of my empty bank account to try and get my hands on it.
That’s right, while all you hipsters go after your fancy Apple Watches, this is the prize serious sports people will go after.
I say almost knowing that I would probably try this one day.
as informed in That being said, the company is back with its latest offering in the form of the Garmin Forerunner 935.
However unlike Garmin’s previous releases which were aimed at those looking to track their fitness, the Forerunner 935 appears to have been designed for the serious athlete in mind.
According to Garmin, there will be new training features included in the Forerunner 935 that has been provided by Firstbeat.
There is also built-in GPS which when enabled, will still allow the Forerunner 935 to offer up to 24 hours of battery life, or 50 hours if in low-energy mode.
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Garmin Releases New Top of the Line Sports Watch, the Forerunner 935
as informed in Nevertheless, Garmin has just announced the follow-up to that watch, the Forerunner 935, a multi-sport device that adds plenty of new metrics and features to justify the upgrade.
Newly introduced on the 935 are tools like Training Load, Training Status, and Training Effect, which has been updated to provide data on your aerobic and anaerobic conditioning.
In the hand, or on the wrist, the 935 feels a bit more substantial than the 735.
In fact, there’s so much going on inside the 935 that it can be a bit daunting.
It seems like just yesterday I was beginning to fall in love with the Garmin Forerunner 735, a damn-near perfect fitness watch that’s more than capable of handling the rigors of the half-assed marathon training cycle I’ve been fumbling through for what seems like an eternity.
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