Peg’s Posts: Data, any way you like it


405-time 405-heartrate The question I get asked the most by friends and acquaintances goes something like this: my Forerunner shows heart rate data in little tiny numbers. How do I get it bigger? Or: I only see time, distance and pace — how do I show calories? Since we’re all about options, most Garmin fitness devices let you customize multiple training screens with a variety of data fields. Choose fewer fields if you want the numbers bigger — more fields if you want to see more data on one screen. All you have to do is find your way to the main menu and then go through the settings submenus until you get to data fields or training pages. Best of all, you can set the screen up like you want for one workout and then change things up for another. Last night, my workout called for 800m repeats at the track, so I set up one of my FR60 screens to show lap pace and lap time so I could check my stats at a glance and make sure I was on track for my goal. If you want to customize screens on your Forerunner 405 or Edge 705, Jake will show you the way. If you have an FR60, I’ll take you through the steps. Check out the videos below.

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