Determine your all-time maximum heart rate. Many Garmin watch models don't automatically adjust your maximum heart rate setting when you reach a new maximum. (The max HR setting is usually just an estimate and must be set manually.) This datafield records and shows your all-time maximum heart rate so that you can set the "Max. HR" setting correctly and get more accurate heart rate zone classification. In addition to knowing if you are working in an aerobic or anaerobic zone, correct heart rate zone classification is required for the following features: body battery, recovery time, training effect, training load, training status and suggested workouts. For more info, see: https://www.myrunnerslife.com/running/why-you-need-to-setup-the-heart-rate-zones-on-your-garmin-watch/</p>
Version 1.1.4</p><p>Added support for D2 Air X10, and D2 Mach 1 models.</p><p></p><p>Version 1.1.3</p><p>Added support for Epix Gen 2, and Fenix 7/7s/7x models.</p><p></p><p>Version 1.1.1</p><p>Added support for Venu 2 Plus. Updated driver for Captain Marvel, First Avenger, Rey, Darth Vader, Vivoactive 4S, Vivoactive 4.</p><p></p><p>Version 1.1.0</p><p>FULL version only change: Added option to display % of heart rate reserve (HRR) used.