Garmin Forerunner 220 Review

Nick DahlGadget Reviews, General, Reviews0 Comments

Garmin 220 Forerunner and Heart Rate Monitor

You’re a runner. You love stat sheets, paces, heart rate zones, distances, conversions, and intervals. You crave a full page of information about your last 45 minutes of running, and want to spend as much time deciphering the results as actually hitting the trail. So you decide to go for an expensive watch, but don’t know which direction to go with it, and … Read More

Garmin Forerunner 110 Review

MeaganGadget Reviews, General, Reviews2 Comments

pd-04-lg

The Garmin Forerunner 110 (henceforth known as the FR110) has been around since early 2010. It is the least expensive model in the Forerunner series ($179.99 w/o a HRM strap, $229.99 w/ a HRM strap) that offers both GPS and heart rate tracking (the FR70 and Forerunner 10 are $50 cheaper, but the former is HR-only and the latter is … Read More

Hack Your Fitness: The Hidden Ecosystem

Steve AnkneyGeneral0 Comments

FitBit_Nike_Garmin_Withings

Activity trackers, heart rate monitors, wifi scales, calorie-intake trackers/food diaries, GPS watches, goals, and achievements are just some of the many things we can use to keep track of our fitness.  The trouble is that even though we have all of these great technologies to help us along our path to become better athletes or shed some pounds, it’s difficult … Read More

Hack Your Fitness: Garmin Fans Rejoice! You Can Still Use Nike+.

Steve AnkneyGeneral19 Comments

Garmin_Nike_Plus

I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, how could this be possible?  Why would Garmin allow this?  Better yet, why would Nike allow this?  Well, for all of you Nike+ users who have hundreds of miles logged on your account, but have now purchased a Garmin GPS (which has its own website, Garmin Connect, for uploading running data files), boy do … Read More