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Garmin Forerunner 305 Portable Navigator

Handheld GPS Navigator - Limited Warranty: 1 Year - Width: 2.1" - Height: 2.7" - Depth: 0.7" - Form Factor: Portable - Screen Size: 1.5" - Maximum Battery Run Time: 10 Hour

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Garmin 010-10998-00 Foot Pod

Foot Pod - Connectivity Technology: Wireless

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Heart Rate Chest Transmitter Strap Set HRM1B/G (Factory Reclaimed)

Factory Reclaimed Item The comfortable strap on our heart rate monitor wirelessly sends heart rate data to your compatible device. Compatible With: Colorado 300/400c/400i/400t Dakota 20 Edge 205/305/500/705/800 Forerunner 50/110/210/305/310XT/405/405CX/410/610 Foretrex 401 FR60 GPSMAP 62/62s/62st/78sc Oregon 300/400c/400i/400t/450/450t/550/550t

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Heart Rate Monitors USA
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GSC 10 Speed/Cadence sensor

Monitor your pedaling cadence as you ride with this self-calibrating, wireless speed/cadence sensor. It measures and reports your pedaling strokes per minute, providing feedback for optimal performance. Works with the Edge 305 and the Forerunner 305. . Compatible products for this item are: Edge 305 Edge 500 Edge 705 Edge 800 Forerunner 305 Forerunner 310XT Forerunner 910XT Forerunner 405 / 405CX Forerunner 410 Forerunner FR610 Forerunner FR50 Forerunner FR60, FR70 Colorado 300, 400c, 400i, 400t Dakota 20 Foretrex 401 eTrex 30 ANT+ adapter for iPhone Garmin Fit GPSMAP 62s, 62sc, 62st, 62stc, 78s, 78sc Montana 600, 650, 650t Oregon 300, 400c, 400i, 400t, 450, 450t, 550, 550t

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TriNow Fitness
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Foot Pod SDM4 (New Smaller Version)

Compatible with: Forerunner 910xt Forerunner 610 Forerunner 305 Forerunner 405 Forerunner 405CX Forerunner 310XT FR60 FR70 Forerunner 50 Forerunner 210 Forerunner 410 Forerunner 610 Part#: 010-11092-00This lightweight foot pod transmits distance and pace data. It's small enough to attach to shoelaces or fit in the mid-sole pocket of compatible shoes. The Foot Pod is one of those accessories in which the benefits are not fully understood. The question I get often is �Why would I want to buy a foot pod when my watch already has GPS?� Well there are 3 benefits to using a foot pod (and an additional benefit if you are using an FR60 or FR70). Indoor running: -If you run indoors during the colder months or inclement weather, with the use of a foot pod you can still have all the information from the run on your watch. -Why would you need to use a foot pod when running on a treadmill when the machine will give you your time, distance and calories? Without using a foot pod and storing the activity on your watch, you cannot analyze the run afterwards Garmin units use heart rate based calorie counting so if you are basing your calorie expenditure off of the treadmill it will be off by as much as 50% Using the foot pod will give you your cadence - If you use the free Garmin Connect website (and why wouldn�t you) you can have a complete activity log and not just the runs you did outside. Cadence: - Cadence is how many steps per foot per minute you are doing. The ideal cadence per foot is 90 steps per minute. - Minimalist shoes have become very popular in the past year or so. The whole point of these shoes is to help promote a mid-foot strike which is a more efficient way of running. The typical runner heel strikes which is not efficient (over striding) and is the major cause of shin splints and other issues. Heel striking will typically give you about 80 steps per minute while mid-foot will typically give you around 90. Being able to see your cadence throughout a run can greatly help with working on efficiency. Most of the Garmin units have a cadence alert so you can have the watch let you know when your cadence drops below a given value. - Using a foot pod outdoors will still provide cadence while the GPS provides the speed/distance. Backup to GPS: - If you are running outside and lose the GPS signal, this will typically only happen when running in a tunnel or under bridge, the watch will switch over to the foot pod for speed and distance. The watch will look for the GPS signal for about 30 seconds before it switches over to the foot pod, so this benefit is rarely utilized. If the GPS signal is lost for any amount of time, a straight line will be drawn from where it last had the signal until it was picked up again. Runners rarely run into a tunnel or other structures that will block GPS signals and GPS signals are almost never lost in other conditions. FR60/FR70 Speed and Distance: - A foot pod used with our non-GPS units (FR

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