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New features for the Fenix 6 have been released by Garmin.

New features for the Fenix 6 have been released by Garmin.

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Garmin has added a slew of new fitness capabilities to its lineup of top sports watches, with an emphasis on performance assessment.

 

The Fenix 6, Enduro, and Marq watches, which are at the top of the Garmin sports watch hierarchy, will receive the new update. Parts of the upgrade have already been handed out to the Forerunner line, while other aspects debuted earlier this year on the superb Garmin Venu 2 wristwatch.

 

The first new feature to be removed is rate of perceived exertion (RPE), which allows you to record how difficult an exercise felt in addition to the physiological impacts that the heart rate monitor records.

 

This isn't merely fluff added to your statistics. RPE is a measure used by top runners that can help you train more effectively. Working out at a low RPE on active recovery days is an excellent method to track when you were taking your foot off the throttle in Garmin Connect.

When you compare RPE to your heart rate, you may get a sense of how fit and ready you are. Significant increase in exercise intensity, such as a difficult run or workout, should be reflected in your heart rate data as a higher bpm.

 

Advancements to intensity minutes and detection accuracy have also been implemented, allowing users to guarantee they are obtaining the WHO-recommended 150 minutes of exercise each week.

 

The fitness age feature, which was first introduced in Venu 2, has now been extended to Fenix, Enduro, and Marq. The fitness age metric will also appear on these two gadgets, which will compare your body's fitness and preparedness to that of average ages.

This is a motivational metric, and as you grow fitter, you can see the number drop. Finally, Garmin is promoting the new Connect app, which was released earlier this year and allows users to accumulate Challenges and Badges.

 

While all eyes are on the Fenix 7, it's wonderful to see current customers of Garmins high-end sports watches, are still getting new features.

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