See how to change the video mode, frame rate, resolution and field of view on your VIRB X or XE action camera. If it’s photos you want, learn how to change photo mode, field of view and the self-timer. Our action cameras ensure you get the shots you need and want, easily.
To learn more about our latest VIRB® action cameras look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/562010
Follow these simple steps to pair vívofit with your smartphone and the Garmin Connect Mobile app. Later, when you sync vívofit with your phone, your activity data will be sent to Garmin Connect Mobile so you can see your progress.
To learn more about vívofit® look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/143405
Make every step count with vívofit 2. Learn how to get the most from your activity tracker by pairing, or setting up, your wearable technology with your home computer via Garmin Express and Garmin Connect.
Learn more about our latest vívofit fitness tracking devices look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/cIntoSports-c571-p1.html
See how valuable an electronic collar, or e-collar, can be to your dog as James Hamm, Lone Star dog trainer and president of the International Association of Canine Professionals, discusses the advantages to training with one, such as the Delta XC, Delta Sport XC or Delta Upland XC from Garmin. An e-collar not only lets you communicate with your dog at a distance but it’s also a great training tool for dogs that do not like leashes or get extremely excited in certain situations. The collars are easy on the dog and easy on the people.
Getting your dog to lie down is something every pet owner wants. James Hamm, Lone Star dog trainer and president of the International Association of Canine Professionals, shows you how to teach “lie down” or “down” so your dog will rest for extended periods of time.
Teaching your dog to follow you is one of the most fundamental training commands. James Hamm, Lone Star dog trainer and president of the International Association of Canine Professionals, shows you how to get your dog going in the direction you’re going.
Teaching your dog to come back to you is a fundamental training command. James Hamm, Lone Star dog trainer and president of the International Association of Canine Professionals, shows you how to teach “here,” or calling your dog back to you.
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.
The essentials of outdoor navigation – selecting a destination and entering waypoints to create a track route – will have you ready to hit the trail with your Garmin eTrex Touch. You’ll see how to save your favorite tracks and discoveries, so you can return to them later. Plus, you’ll learn how to use the TracBack feature to reverse course, so you can retrace your steps back to your basecamp, trailhead or vehicle. Learn how easily you can follow your wanderlust – with the help of an eTrex Touch.
Getting your dog to come and/or stay is a little harder than yelling his or her name. James Hamm, Lone Star dog trainer and president of the International Association of Canine Professionals, shows you how to train your dog to move to a target and remain there until requested to move.