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Garmin vívofit 2: Moving Beyond the Basics

Make every step count with vívofit 2. Learn how to get the most from your activity tracker by challenging friends, timing activities, tracking calories or by pairing your wearable technology with your heart rate monitor.

Learn more about the Garmin vívofit 2 fitness tracking device look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/into-sports/health-fitness/vivofit-2/prod504038.html

Approach X40: The GPS Golf Band for Everyday Wear

Meet the new partner for on and off the course. Approach X40 is the GPS golf band that shows your distance to the green, hazards and doglegs on more than 40,000 preloaded courses while allowing you to track shots, measure distance and record your score with ease. It also doubles as an activity tracker with wrist-based heart rate built right into the band.

Garmin vívosmart HR fitness tracker – activity tracker: Wear That

If you like to know your heart rate when you walk, run, step, stretch, jump, skip, ride, bike, pedal, cruise, glide, swim, golf, play, go, move … then you should probably wear this. Meet the activity tracker with wrist-based heart rate.

Find out more about the Garmin line of fitness trackers and other wearable technology here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/cIntoSports-c571-p1.html

vívosmart HR+: Turn Your Steps Into Strides

This activity tracker features wrist-based heart rate and built-in GPS for more accurate tracking during activity. From running to rollerblading and almost everything in between, vívosmart HR+ keeps you moving and helps you stay connected with smart notifications right on your wrist. Learn more at: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/548743

Forerunner 25: Pairing with a Smartphone

To take your running to the next level, you’ll want to stay connected by pairing your Forerunner GPS watch with your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone. Once paired, you can receive smart notifications (text, call and social media alerts); instant uploads to our free online community, Garmin Connect; and have access to live tracking. All it takes is your compatible smartphone, a free download of our Garmin Connect Mobile app, and you’re on your way to success. Let us show you how easy it is.

Forerunner 225: Know Your Zone with Garmin

Know your zone with Forerunner 225 — the first Garmin GPS running watch with wrist-based heart rate. Now you have the option to run without a heart rate strap because this watch has a built-in sensor using Mio Heart Rate Technology that measures heart rate at the wrist. We didn’t just get rid of the heart strap on the 225, we also refined how this watch sums up your effort. A colorful gauge identifies your heart rate zone and beats per minute in real time.

To learn more about our latest Forerunner® GPS running watches look here:
https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/cIntoSports-cRunning-p1.html

Edge 25: Pairing With Your Smartphone

Learn how to stay connected with smart notifications on your Edge 25. Once you pair with your Bluetooth-compatible smartphone – and download Garmin Connect Mobile – you can receive emails, texts and alerts right on your device. The best part? Once paired, Edge lets you keep friends and family in the loop with your rides. LiveTrack lets you invite followers using email or social media, so they can view your live data on Garmin Connect. How’s that for smart?

Garmin: Swimming with the HRM-Swim

Take your training to the next level by pairing HRM-Swim with your compatible device. The sleek, non-slip strap stays in place, even during wall push-offs – as long as you make sure it’s snug before jumping into the pool. HRM-Swim stores your swim information, including real-time heart rate, interval summaries and more, and transfers those to your watch once you are out of the water. Are you ready to take the plunge?

Find out more about Garmin swimming devices at http://www.garmin.com.

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