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Topic # 173343 20-May-2015 10:57
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Hi Geeks

I need to get fit but I mountain bike, exercycle, swim and do pilates to get fit as well as walk.  Is there a fit band thingy that can track me on these activities as I think running is evil and never do it?  Every time I try to google them I just get the hard sell aimed at runners rather than info on what it actually does.

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  Reply # 1322581 11-Jun-2015 08:34
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The main obstacle is going to be the swim part. I do training for triathlon events (swim/bike/run), and just use the mapmyfitness app on my phone...it tracks everything except the swim (which I manually enter)....also when training on the indoor trainer in the garage I can just enter those manually (thinking of your exercycle and pilates sessions) not perfect but I think that will be a hard task to find something that is. Plus it won't cost any extra (you don't need to use data with the app - just GPS from the phone)

Other than that - the other solutions (as you have already found) will likely be more expensive.

Good luck :) and good on you for getting out in amongst it!

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  Reply # 1322803 11-Jun-2015 14:03
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Gamin Vivosmart. $158 Harvey Norman. Lasts 7 days and fine to swim in. Love mine.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1322813 11-Jun-2015 14:24
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There are a couple of Garmin options, or if you want a watch, Tom Tom have a multisport version that appears to be water resistant to a decent pressure. 

"TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio Watch allows you to track your pace, speed, time and calories burned in real time, when you run, cycle and swim."

http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/connected-health-fitness/sport-and-activity-trackers/tomtom-multisport-cardio-gps-watch.html

at $450 it ain't cheap but it looks pretty decent. 




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