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Old 10-21-21, 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted by WhyFi View Post
The Garmin, paired with your power meter and HRM, should be able to give you a better idea of VO2max than the watch, I would think. Low 50s is very good for a non-genetic freak.

My Fitbit is weird for resting heart rate, I don't get it. It'll usually indicate anywhere between 47-53 (it usually goes up and down with the amount of recent training stress)... but it's not unusual to see low 40s throughout the day, even if they peg my RHR at 52

Garmin says it’s 52 as well, I think apple is getting it from garmin. I think I have everything synced up.

My three year old daughter is better with these devices than I am.
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