8 Metrics We Wish Our Garmin Would Tell Us

Endurance athletes have long been paving the way for the rest of the world (ie. "the normals") to track their steps, calories burned, sleep quality, resting heart rate and more. Even though the number of people using fitness trackers has increased at the speed of a Sebastian Kienle bike-split, innovation hasn't kept pace.

It's time triathletes paved the way for another era of wearable innovation.

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