These offer speed, distance, descent and time stats for your current run on the first page, then the same stats for your total session on the second.
When you fire up the yoga mode you will just see an ultra-simple screen that shows your heart rate, a timer and an estimate of calories burnt.
The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro’s ski mode has more info screens than most.
Your average simple fitness tracker isn’t great at indoor biking, but the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro is great.
This sort of thing, and the sheer diversity of info screens, is why a Garmin watch is such a great tool for those serious about working out.
And underneath you’ll see screenshots from the bolded modes in the list, showing what info screens you’ll see when you start that form of workout.
The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar is great at most kinds of fitness tracking, but it is not a hit for yoga. Why?
You can see speed and distance, time and heart rate.
You’ll see distance and pace on the first page, your progress into the “lap” and current lap pace on the second.
You’ll also see your location on a second screen, which might be handy as a navigation aid. Want speed too?
There are two primary screens of info, followed by a map of your current location and the time.
There are 48 workout modes preinstalled on the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar.
It is, predictably, fairly simple as the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro can’t harvest data from the average rowing machine.
There’s no focus on speed, just elevation, ascent total and distance.
The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar is one of the most capable runner’s and fitness watches in the world.
Start up this mode and the Fenix 6 Pro uses the GPS to show the golf courses nearest your location.
There are just two primary info screens to the top-billing outdoor biking mode.
Use the Free sub-mode in Strength tracking and the Fenix 6 Pro will simply track your heart rate and reps.
Two key info screens show your nautical distance, and nautical SOG data.