Garmin Heart Rate Monitors

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Garmin heart rate monitors and GPS devices from Watchesonline at an affordable price. Garmin is one of the international leaders when it comes to manufacturing sports and HR gadgets. GPS is the brand’s speciality which has been at the core of their products ever since their early years. Just like their GPS technology, Garmin’s HR monitors are ultra-accurate supporting you with easy access to in-depth data. But that’s just the start. Each Garmin model is equipped with an impressive selection of functions and tools for you to explore!

A versatile selection of Garmin HR watches

In this category you can find all our Garmin watches that are equipped with an HR sensor. There’s great variety in models offering something for every need. If you are looking for a smartwatch with a great selection of fitness features we think you would love Garmin Venu, Vivomove or Vivoactive. For those with a passion for outdoor adventures, we recommend Garmin Fenix 6 or the slightly older generation watches from the still very capable Garmin Fenix 5 collection. There is something for every budget and need. If you need any help with finding the right solution for you, don’t hesitate to ask us for our tips!

Find the right heart rate zone with Garmin

By identifying and analyzing your HR zones you’ll learn more about the efficiency of your workout sessions. Are you training with the right intensity or should you perhaps level up? Your heart rate reveals a lot about your body. Know when you need to get active but also remember to allow your body enough time to recover. Garmin Connect makes it easy for you to make an analysis of your HR zones. You simply insert your minimum and maximum HR values and the system will calculate your optimal zones for you. But how to calculate your max and min heart rate? For example, your resting heart rate is determined by the frequency of your heartbeats when your body is relaxed. This is when your heart rate is at its slowest. The best time to measure your resting heart rate is in the morning right after waking up. This particular HR value tells you a lot about the condition of your heart. As your heart grows older it will need fewer beats to keep your blood circulation going.

Your maximal heart rate can be measured during more demanding workouts that require you to break a sweat and give your best shot. One ground rule for calculating your max heart rate is 230 - age, but this can, of course, vary quite a bit between individuals. By working out with the right intensity you should be able to achieve your best results. Find new motivation with the help of a Garmin HR monitor and learn to analyse your heart rate.

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