Question about Garmin Forerunner 50
I have just purchased the forerunner 50 and cannot work out whether you can set numerous heart rate zones. For example can you set an aerobic zone (60-70% hr max) as well as an anaerobic zone (70-80%) and vo2 max (90 plus) or can you only set 1 zone and work below or above it?
Please help me
Heart rates are known by the garmin software as zones, numeroted 1 up to 9.
You can set on the software your heart rate, based on :
- HR max ;
- intermediate HR, linked to the zones.
Then, when you upload a session in the software, you will analyze the zones you ran in.
Another tip : to set on the Garmin itself, the Zones to ON,then Z0 to ON, and Z0 HRM to ON : here you can indicate your HRM low (ex : 165 for me) and the HRM High (185 for example). Then during your session, an up or down arrow will appear, indicate if you run below your HRM low (aerobic zone), your anaerobic zone (betwin HRM Low and High) or in VO2 max.
Hoping that's clear and that can help you.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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