Garmin knows that you need your GPS watch to track your workouts both inside and outdoors, which is why it developed the new Forerunner 210 HRM. Like the 110 model, the 210 HRM accurately records the vital information from your training sessions, but you now have the capabilities to track your time, pace, and distance while working out indoors. And with this heart rate monitor package, you gain even more information like zone metrics, thresholds, and caloric consumption. The 210 is compatible with, but does not include, a Garmin foot pod. Essentially, the pod works by using 'accelerometer' technology that collects precise information about your movements and sends it straight to your Garmin device. So, it gathers accurate distance and data as you run. In addition to this, the 210 also works with certain indoor fitness equipment. Accordingly, you're able to track and store data from your run on the treadmill or cycling workout. Furthering these training functions, the Forerunner 210 HRM lets you create customized interval sessions, with each interval's pace clearly visible on the screen. This means that your training is more effective, as you receive instant, motivating feedback directly from your Garmin. The Forerunner 210 HRM includes Garmin's soft strap heart rate monitor to display your heart rate in beats per minute. The monitor also allows you to fully customize the five built in heart rate zones, and you have the option to set up alerts to notify you when you're above or below your targets. Additionally, heart rate based calorie computations are provided in order to more accurately track the calories you've burned. Monitoring your cadence or steps per minute is also achieved when you upload your data to Garmin Connect. This free data analysis was designed for you to share and review your workouts online through its maps, summaries, and other useful training information. For indoor activities, when the GPS isn't in use, the mapping will not be visibl...