Garmin has recently unveiled they will be updating their Garmin Connect™ app and website. These updates aim to deliver a streamlined and personalized homepage experience, prioritizing health and fitness metrics to facilitate users in tracking their individual goals. A small and select customers using Garmin products have the option to participate in the beta version of Garmin Connect. The broader release to the general public is scheduled for later this year.
From the Press Release:
“Since its inception, Garmin Connect has played an integral role in helping users track, analyze and share their health and fitness stats recorded by a paired Garmin device. With this new refresh, we are excited to bring a simplified design and more relevant insights to each customer to inform and inspire them as they continue to conquer their goals.”
Tailored to Your Goals
Whether keeping an eye on overall well-being, staying active, or training for that next big race, the new Garmin Connect homepage features customizable sections that let users dive into their data like never before.
View the day’s logged activities, upcoming workouts, plus any events that are coming up within the next two days.
Get an in-depth look at certain health and fitness metrics, including sleep score, Body Battery™ energy monitoring, training status and more1, as well as a weekly view of activity trends that can be customized to show preferred activities.
At a Glance
Choose from the broadest range of stats – including heart rate, intensity minutes, steps, calories burned, stress, floors climbed, hydration, fitness age, HRV status, VO2 max, training load, heat and altitude acclimation, endurance score and more1 – and quickly view them all in one spot.
Prepare for an upcoming race or competition with race prep information like a countdown clock and race day weather forecast.
Keep track of scheduled Garmin Coach running or cycling plans, monitor training plan progress and view a week’s worth of scheduled and completed workouts.
Stay at the top of the leaderboard by viewing current progress in expedition, badge, group and family challenges.
The beta version of the refreshed Garmin Connect will begin rolling out to customers today and is expected to be available to everyone later this year.