Garmin Forerunner 630 Review – Know Your Own Limits

When you hear about the Garmin Forerunner 630, it may not sound “that” appealing. After all, it’s a watch that has already been upgraded a few times in recent years. It still has the same interface, and it still shows you how fast you’ve gone. But this time around, there’s something more that the company placed into this watch and that is the ability to monitor your runs. Also, it can discern the fastest pace you can manage during a race without actually bonking out.

Garmin Forerunner 630 Review - Know Your Own Limits

The Garmin Forerunner 630 Allows You to Know Your Limits to Help You Try and Break Them

The Garmin Forerunner 630 is a watch/heart-rate monitor/fitness tracker. For its heart-rate monitor, it will tell you when you’re a bit stressed, and it cal also tell you whether or not you’re wasting energy by bounding too high. Also, said feature will let you know whether you’re a right-bodied person or a left-bodied one.

There’s even more features thrown into the mix. For instance, it is now able to monitor lactate threshold. That is an interesting feature, even for a fitness tracker. It gets even more interesting since lactate thresholds can previously be recorded by having your blood taken at regular intervals while doing increased exercise training.

Why is this feature important? Well for one, you won’t have to do constant blood testing for it (and that’s no fun at all). Also, lactate is created when you start pushing your muscles. It is proven to play a vital part in creating energy. However, there is a point where more lactate is produced than your body can handle. When you hit that mark, then your body will tire out rapidly.

With monitoring like this, the Forerunner 630 is then able to provide a lot of necessary data to let you set your own limits when you exercise. Therefore, since you are able to know said limits, you can try and break them little by little. This is what many athletes do – set limits then break them. So if you ever want to do sports for competitive purposes, then this watch/activity tracker may be the best thing to bring around your wrist.

A ton of fitness-related features are thrown into the Garmin Forerunner 630 and all of them are incredibly helpful. It can help in increasing stamina, keeping pace while on a marathon (so you don’t bonk on the side of the road), or keep your overall health in check.

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