We look at one major (WatchOS 10) and one minor (Apple Watch Ultra 2) update to the Apple wrist-top lineup and see where both land against the endurance sports smartwatch competition.
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Wahoo introduces an upgraded Roam with color monitor and impressive GPS capabilities. We look at the new features and whether the Roam is useful for triathletes.
In the past, Apple watches were a novelty act for serious endurance and outdoor athletes, but with an improved battery life and legit workout functions, the Apple Watch Ultra is actually in the (long) race.
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TSS, CTL, ATL, and TSB - your TrainingPeaks app is riddled with lots of important-sounding metrics. But not all of them are actually useful (looking at you, TSS).
Andy Potts, Ruth Astle, and more share how they set up their various swim, bike, and run gadgets during training—and why.
You've probably seen it at the gym or on your coworkers' wrists. It's not just a fancy bracelet, it's a Whoop. But what is Whoop? And do triathletes need it?
Not looking to spend as much on your smartwatch as you would on a laptop? The good news is that the Suunto 5 Peak and the Garmin Instinct 2 have everything a triathlete might need for under $400. But which watch wins?
The new Garmin Instinct 2 line could also be pound-for-pound one of the best multisport watches released so far this year. Read why.
Polar finally gets it right with the Grit X Pro, an all-in-one, self-reliant smartwatch that actually looks good and performs well. Read our review.
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We dig deep into all of the new (and old) multisport-related functions in Garmin's new cellular enabled, do-it-all smartwatch, the 945 LTE.
Long gone are the days of a simple online training plan. Today’s multisport training programs use real-time virtual feedback, online guides, and even artificial intelligence.
What's new, and what it is like to use the latest layout.
The indoor trainer and cycling computer brand that has been a longtime favorite of triathletes is branching out with its first smartwatch, but does it stand up in a crowded market?
Gatorade ships new product to members, then leads 'Zwift and Zoom' private ride to discuss the technology.
We turn to two gurus (with very different philosophies) on how to set up your device screens for training and racing.
Wrist pulse oximetry is the latest feature to be seen in wearable tech. But is it actually a helpful metric for athletes? And how accurate are wrist pulse oximeters?
We put two new do-it-all smartwatches in a head-to-head cage match to see who reigns supreme.
Being able to steer inside Zwift with your handlebars is cool, but the Sterzo Smart doesn't always work. Here's why.
With a ton of new smartwatches popping up this year, triathletes are able to get more for less. We break down what to get (and what to avoid) in training and lifestyle smartwatches.
We pit two nearly pocket-sized percussive massagers against each other too see who vibes best.
We put in the miles and dig deep to see if Polar’s new Grit X is a good choice for triathletes.
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