How accurate is the hr readings on the fenix 5 during different activities?
A lot of the simple functions are really good general health indicators and are worth tracking regardless of training style.Hi everybody!
Does everybody use only HR data? Garmin and Polar sportwatches have features like training load, status and effect.
Garmin shows aerobic and anaerobic effect of the workout and how is your training load (going up or down, are you making progress in your training, how long should you rest before next workout etc). Polar gives training benefit feedback and shows cardio load status (short and long term) and if you are overreaching or undertraining etc.
As these phones are mostly designed for running and multisport, I wonder do you get any useful information with strength training? Anyone has some experience? I do bodyweight and kettlebells to increase strength and overall health and wellbeing.
Would appreciate any feedback, thanks!