I’m excited to announce the launch of the Fitness Tech Guru website. This website is dedicated to the review, analysis, and, more importantly, the support of fitness and endurance technology such as wearables, training software, indoor cycling trainers, and more.
by bicycle… in my house… That’s right, in my house. It’s unlikely that I’ll ever run a single marathon, much less the six Abbott World Marathon Majors spread across 4 countries. And although I could certainly cycle those 6 iconic routes, that’s not likely to happen, either. That’s where Rouvy comes in. As I near
Over on the Garmin sub-reddit (/r/Garmin), whenever someone asks about the sleep monitoring of their new device, invariably someone will respond with something like “Garmin’s sleep tracking is crap” or “it’s not nearly as good as my Fitbit was”. All I can say is, it works pretty well for me. The two images shown below
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