In just a few years, running watches have become an essential tool for runners to optimise their training.
Depending on your running training goal, you may choose your running watch according to 3 criteria: time measurement, heart rate monitoring, GPS distance measurement.
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More experienced runners will need more comprehensive monitoring of their physical condition, especially for keeping an eye on your heart rate when exercising.
In this case, we recommend a running watch that measures your heart rate on your wrist or is compatible with a heart rate monitor.
It also assists you in doing advanced interval running training by alternating the acceleration, recovery and resuming phases of exercise.
A running watch that comes with GPS can accurately measure the distance that you run.
It greatly helps you to plan your training and achieve your running goal.
Some GPS watches even offer navigation feature, which enable pre-uploaded routes on grid as a bread crumb trail with real-time information that helps you get back on course.
We hope this article was useful in guiding you to choose a running watch!
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