Any coach or sports physiologist will tell you that smart training leads to smarter racing. However, triathlon has been long been plagued by a poor ability to track your metrics from discipline to discipline. Just think of your past training one device for the swim, a cycling computer, and a watch for runs. And even though all of them efficiently track their respective data, there's no way to compare it all in one place. Thankfully, with the entry of the Garmin Forerunner 910XT Tri Bundle, these days are behind us. From the water to the road, the Forerunner 910XT will provide you with all of the valuable training and race data that you need in order to elevate your fitness and results. Starting with the most necessary feature for the swim, the 910XT is water resistant up to 50 meters in depth and is suitable for both open water and pools. And with the customizable display, you can view metrics like distance, efficiency, stroke identification, stroke count, and for indoor training, pool lengths. All of this data is available in real time, and for race recon and training, the path analyzation feature will prove invaluable in the war room. This metric allows you to capture your path for viewing in Garmin Connect afterwards. So, you can analyze your output, stroke by stroke, along the entire path of your swim. Once you go through T1 and get into the saddle, you'll be able view your distance and speed. And with the 910XT's barometric altimeter, you can also view your degree of gradient, total ascent, and total descent. Even better, if you're training or racing with multiple systems in place, the 910XT is compatible with ANT sensors. So, you can share data with your CPU of choice, powermeters, and even Garmin's new Vector pedal based powermeter system. Syncing with devices like these will further the importance of your metrics by allowing you to view your power output and cadence. However, with the Tri bundle pack, you will receive a cadence sensor that will h...