Fitness Minutes: (6,555)
6/10/13 7:59 A
The GPS chip in the Garmin F10 is infinitely better than the chip in the Nike+ watch in my opinion. Heart rate monitors run as cheap as $20 so you could get one of those to measure your indoor workouts.
Fitness Minutes: (111,528)
32,286 6/10/13 3:08 A
This sounds like I did just before Christmas. I have three HRM and for different reasons. The first went all over the place when it got near a wireless signal. The second is a Sportsline which works well until I get into the car then the HR goes high and that one is coded. I have also had two break and had to have them replaced when the chest strap failed. Fingers XX for this one.
The third is a Forerunner 110 with GPS and works well but the battery need to be recharged every 7 hours.
The Sportsline is the best as you can see at a glance what is going on. The Forerunner tracks on the computer and gives distance and pace.
I think the Forerunner is better if you don't mind waiting until you connect to the computer what you have done.
Trev, Kent Southeast UK
How can you know that you can't unless you have tried and failed. Join the 10 minute exercising challenge and get exercising. See what you are made of by joining the 10k steps day challenge.
6/10/13 12:57 A
I just purchased a Forerunner 10 because the lady at the store said it was better. However I am vain, and the look of the Nike+ has been haunting me since I much prefer its look (as well as I use nike training club and Nike+ on my phone so I enjoy the idea of everything syncing in harmony).
I don't run often at the moment because I'm pushing my way through Insanity at the moment so what I really want is a watch will read my calories burned inside as well.
Does anyone have any insight to offer?? Please please please!
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