The Fleet Feet Blog is full of helpful (and sometimes tasty!) information! Check out a recent post on relying less on watches, and connecting more with our bodies, during our miles.
If I had to guess, I would say there are two things few runners leave home without: a pair of running shoes, and a GPS watch. GPS watches are quickly becoming the go-to accessory for runners of all levels, and it’s not hard to see why. With companies like Garmin constantly producing ground-breaking technology, we have access to more running data than ever before. Not only can paces and mileage be calculated with impressive accuracy, but we can monitor heart rate thresholds, track biometric progress and compare our PRs to other runners ... all from our watch (post it to Strava or it didn’t happen).