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Stride Length

Description

Simple data field that displays your stride length. Stride length can be displayed either in feet or in meters.</p><p></p><p>You can simply use the data field as is. In that case the stride length will show the average of the last 3 second, displayed in feet or meters depending on your device settings. If you wish you can change these default settings (ie display meters when you're using miles) using the new app settings features, which are explained here: https://apps.garmin.com/settingsHelp</p>

Additional Information

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  • D2™ Bravo Titanium D2™ Bravo Titanium
  • epix™ epix™
  • ForeAthlete® 230J ForeAthlete® 230J
  • ForeAthlete® 235J ForeAthlete® 235J
  • ForeAthlete® 630J ForeAthlete® 630J
  • ForeAthlete® 735XTJ ForeAthlete® 735XTJ
  • ForeAthlete® 920XTJ ForeAthlete® 920XTJ
  • Forerunner® 230 Forerunner® 230
  • Forerunner® 235 Forerunner® 235
  • Forerunner® 630 Forerunner® 630
  • Forerunner® 735XT Forerunner® 735XT
  • Forerunner® 920XT Forerunner® 920XT
  • fēnix® 3 fēnix® 3, quatix® 3, tactix® Bravo
  • fēnix® 3 HR fēnix® 3 HR
  • fēnix® Chronos fēnix® Chronos
  • vívoactive® vívoactive®
Average Rating: (6 Ratings)

Shaun Copple
October 19, 2016 | Version 1.1-upd5

On the watch this data screen is perfect! But reviewing the data in an activity on Connect it seems to be absent, how do I get the data onto Connect for review?

Warwick Attree
July 31, 2015 | Version 1.0-upd

Is this instantaneous Stride length or an Avg ?

Don Colley
March 31, 2015 | Version 1.0

Same as other comments, would prefer stride as measured in metric so as to be consistent with Garmin Connect.

Tim Grose
March 12, 2015 | Version 1.0

I like this one and worked well when tried it yesterday. One slight snag. Being from the UK I tend to think of small distances in metres so use metric for say elevation and also for track rep distances but I like to record my "long" distance and pace in miles. Thus with distance set to Miles on the 920, stride length comes up in feet and that means little to me. Can you do a version that is always in metric?

tommays56
February 23, 2015 | Version 1.0

My new favorite because as a speed walker the combo of stride speed and heart rate allow the most efficient walk

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