Thursday, 6 April 2017
Following the recent release of its fēnix® 5, Garmin has now announced the launch of their newest multisport GPS watch, the Forerunner 935.
Designed with runners and triathletes in mind, the Forerunner 935 offers similar features to the popular fēnix 5 but with new additions for athletes even more focused on performance and results.
The new training status will automatically analyze previous exercise and fitness levels to give athletes insight into how their body is responding and if they are training productively or overreaching, while the training load feature gives an overview of weekly activity and whether sessions are too easy or hard.
To see how far you’ve progressed the training effect feature tracks and reviews the aerobic and anaerobic benefit of a workout session to tell athletes if they are improving, and how to push themselves further. The watch also features 24/7 heart-rate monitoring and will now also enable runners to see all six running dynamics – including cadence, ground contact time, stride length and more – with both features available without the need for a chest strap.
For triathletes Garmin have also made it easy to transition from running to cycling or swimming with just the touch of a button, tracking metrics such as time seated and standing, platform centre offset, power phase, and more during cycling; and distance, stroke, pace, and personal records during swimming. And not just for runners and triathletes, the Forerunner 935 can also be used for those who like to get outdoors hiking, trail running, skiing, golfing, and more.
The Forerunner 935 has been launched in conjunction with a new campaign featuring 13 professional Garmin-sponsored elite runners and triathletes, who will show users how they use the device in their own training and to prepare for race day.
Source by: Internet