Devices designed to simply count steps can be very inaccurate at estimating distance. This has to be one of the most ridiculous “studies” on fitness tech that I’ve ever seen. And did somebody really have to run 37 miles to determine that a Garmin vivosmart 4 is not a particular good choice for marathon training?
If you race anything longer than 5K’s, you’ve invariably noticed that your GPS distance rarely matches up with the mile markers stationed along the course. We all accept the inherent error with GPS distance, but when it gets large enough to throw off your pacing, it gets a bit frustrating. Enter Race Screen to the […]
As usual, this is not a review or recommendation. It’s simply an ongoing list of the features and capabilities that I like and dislike about using Zwift on an Apple TV 4K. Your mileage may vary… What I Like… Price: You simply can’t find a more cost-effective platform for running Zwift Setup. With the exception […]
Doing my best DC Rainmaker imitation, here’s a look at the data from a recent Zwift run using a couple of different devices for speed, cadence, and heart rate. The Zwift setup was done on a Windows 10 PC using a TreadTracker for speed, MilestonePod for cadence, and a Wahoo Tickr for heart rate. All […]
For those considering a Garmin vívoactive®3 Music, here are a couple of things that I didn’t know about prior to my purchase. My current watch, a fēnix 5, checks off every box with one exception: I’d like to be able to run with music without carrying my phone. Hence the interest in the vívoactive®3 Music. […]