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    PUMA Just Dropped The New Deviate NITRO™ 3 And It’s Pure Speed

    PUMA just launched their latest innovation, and trust us, this will be the GOAT of running shoes. The Deviate NITRO™ 3 is here to challenge you to the most successful training experience ever. It’s your everyday source of speed, reliable week after week, mile after mile. And can we just take a moment to appreciate that stunning colour fade? Because who doesn’t love a beautiful running shoe? Said no one ever.

    READ MORE: Tried & Tested: New Running Shoes From Asics, PUMA, Salomon & Under Armour

    Engineered For Speed

    The Deviate NITRO™ 3 is packed with even more of PUMA’s cutting-edge NITROFOAM™ technology to deliver supreme cushion and responsiveness. It’s the next evolution of its award-winning predecessor, designed to push you beyond your limits.

    The carbon fibre PWR Plate ensures a smoother, more consistent speed, delivering an explosive toe-off that propels you forward. And with PUMA’s exceptional PUMAGRIP, you’ll get unmatched traction on any surface, even in the testing conditions.

    The lightweight engineered mesh upper comes with strategically placed PWR Tape for added support where you need it most, while a padded collar provides extra comfort and a snug fit. The Deviate NITRO™ 3 will enhance training experiences for people worldwide and continues to grow closer to its race day counterpart.

    READ MORE: Get Cushiness *And* Stability With The New PUMA Velocity Nitro 3

    The Deviate NITRO™ 3 Fireglow colourway is now available on PUMA.com, in PUMA Retail stores, Totalsports and Sportsmans Warehouse. For more information, please visit www.puma.com More

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    The July/August 2024 Issue Stories That Are Inspiring Our Editors Right Now

    We really created something special with this issue – yes, we said it! While tackling all things ‘positive body image’, ‘sports’ and celebrating the inspiring girlies who are off to the 2024 Paris Olympics, so much careful consideration went into each topic covered.

    The July/August 2024, themed The Body Issue, couldn’t have come at a better time, reckons our editor Gotlhokwang Angoma-Mzini. She reminds us of this very crucial factor: “What’s important is to know that our current body is all we have and any future version of ourselves will be reached with this present-day body. So it doesn’t need criticism, it needs encouragement.” The WH Sport section (flip the mag to access it) covers a cycling taboo that’ll give you literal goosies. We certainly had many ‘WTF’ and ‘women go through so much’ moments while editing it.

    Read on to find out what stories our editors are excited for you to lay your eyes on. These, are some life-altering reads we tell ya!

    These Stories Are Inspiring Our Editors Right Now

    Strength Is Universal, July/August 2024

    Chamain van Zyl, Online Editor

    “I hate to sound clichéd, but I’m completely hooked on the entire WH Sport bumper edition! I’m such a die-hard sports fan. You know the type – I get choked up at the finish line and spend Sundays rewatching the highlights. Yep, that’s me, #TeamSA’s biggest supporter. So, this issue is pure gold in my books! From the captivating cover featuring Jo-Ané van Dyk to the Hall of Fame story on Penny Heyns – and all 10 global editions of Women’s Health uniting to celebrate women in sport, this issue is an absolute must-buy. If you’re as passionate about sports like I am, I urge you to grab your copy a.s.a.p!”

    Liquid Gold, July/August 2024

    Kemong Mopedi, Deputy Editor

    If there ever was a place called soup heaven, pages 90 to 95 in the latest issue of Women’s Health SA is it. Cooking, once a favourite pastime of mine, is now a chore that I dread with every fibre of my being (adulting, not me!) Enter soups…Easy and convenient to make, one pot usually ensures that I get all the necessary nutrients needed to sustain my body. I love discovering new recipes and sprucing up old ones. I also scored another soup jackpot in the form of our digital soup guide – pages upon pages of soup recipes for all seasons! Prepare to seriously ladle up…

    READ MORE: The Secrets Of Successful Athletes

    Self-Esteem Under The Microscope, July/August 2024

    Michelle October, Features Editor

    2024 has turned out to be my year of deep self-work in order to uncover this elusive ‘self-love’ concept buried under years of trauma. Self Esteem Under The Microscope (page 48) couldn’t have come at a better time. It’s not so much a step-by-step guide to loving yourself (spoiler: it’s always a work in progress); rather, this article looks at the science of self-esteem and the many layers that create how you view yourself. By unearthing these layers, you can address them one by one until you’ve got a more positive way to look at yourself! An absolutely fascinating read. 

    Why Women Are Choosing To Be Child-Free, July/August 2024

    I’ve always known that being a mother wasn’t my journey. But I’ve always been told that it should, and will, be. Why Women Are Choosing To Be Child-Free (page 84) interrogates this concept and shares the views of many women who decided to forgo motherhood. It also serves as a helpful guide to child-free by choice women who need a bit of guidance for navigating conversations around the topic with others. Because there’s no reason to live a narrative that isn’t yours. 

    Hot & Bothered, July/August 2024

    Gotlhokwang Angoma-Mzini, Editor

    Everywhere I turn, I come across headlines that read something along the lines of: ‘Hidden Signs Your Body Is Inflamed’ or ‘How To Reduce Inflammation’. Inflammation is a common buzzword in the health and nutrition sphere lately. It’s deemed a major player in all sorts of health issues you don’t want to deal with. *Cue scary music*. But not all inflammation is necessarily bad. In fact, it can be quite a healthy, normal process for our bodies. Like, if you have a sprain, your body is stopping you from moving your foot. So how can you tell “good” inflammation from the kind of inflammation that you need to address pronto? Hot & Bothered (page 57) lays down the facts and gives science-backed advice about inflammation.*Cue chilled beats*

    The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Our Bodies, July/August 2024

    Hands up if you’ve never been self-critical in front of a mirror. There are very few women without body issues. Now, I’m not saying they don’t exist, but they are extremely rare. It’s much easier to find that women are generally dissatisfied with their appearance, which honestly is very very sad. If you’re having a hard time making peace with your body, The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Our Bodies (page 72), helps explore how to change your inner monologue, according to experts and women who’ve done it. Definitely worth a read.

    READ MORE: Get A Full-Body Workout In Just 15 Minutes With Only 2 Household Items

    Build A Strong Base July/August 2024

    Kelleigh Korevaar, Managing Editor

    If you’ve been sleeping on training your pelvic floor, it’s time to wake up. And you definitely shouldn’t be waiting for a specific stage of your life to start strengthening your core. Build A Strong Base (page 24) gives you a test to see where your pelvic floor is at, different goals and action plans and some causes of pelvic floor dysfunction (think: birth, impact sports, allergies, stress and poor posture or prolonged sitting – we’re all guilty of at least one). Plus, you’ll get an express full-body equipment free workout you can do at home .

    Cycling’s Silent Epidemic, July/August 2024

    We’ve all been there – a casual Sunday cycle, an intense spinning class or a cardio session on the gym bikes that leaves you sore and uncomfortable the next day (and sometimes a few days after too). Cycling’s Silent Epidemic (page 22 of WHSPORT) tells of the harrowing reality of many women who are forced off their bike seats due to labial swelling pain and swelling. With accounts of women who have experienced it first hand, insights into why it happens as well as information on what you can do about it and prevent it in the first place, this is a real page-turner. 

    How To Be Decisive, July/August 2024

    Pia Hammond, Creative Director

    I struggle with decisiveness. Doubt creeps into my mind on a daily basis – is what I’m making for dinner healthy enough for me to should I buy a house right now? When is the right time for anything in life? I’m learning that sometimes we need to trust the process and know that everything falls into place at the right time. I cope with these choices by talking it through, having a clear mind and being realistic with myself. Impulsivity can be damaging, rather lean into being vulnerable and trust yourself and the advice given by those around you. To anyone as indecisive as me, there are plenty of guidelines on page 60.

    Remember…It’s never too late to start living well. Find the July/August 2024 issue of Women’s Health on shelves now, or buy yourself a digital copy. Happy reading! More

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    Transform Your Legs With This 20-Minute Home Workout

    It’s safe to say that we’ve all found different ways to make home workouts work for us. You could be using a tin of beans as weights or your broom has magically turned it into a barbell.  Either way, we’re working on our fitness! If you have equipment at home but haven’t used any of it, I’d like to introduce you to your new best friend — the resistance band.

    At first glance, this piece of exercise band looks like nothing but a band, but this baby can make your body stronger and firmer without lifting weights. Health Coach, Online Trainer, and Bikini Pro Athlete, Andene Thomson shows us how we can transform our legs with a resistance band in just 20 minutes.

    20-Minute Resistance Band Workout

    Time: 20 Minutes | Equipment: Resistance Band | Good For: Quads, glutes, hamstring, and calves

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    Warm-Up

    50 reps x Knee-Banded Squats with Abduction

    Place the resistance band above your knees, with your feet hip-width apart (A). Lower yourself down (as if sitting into a chair) keeping the weight in your heels and sink down into your squat (B). While in your squat position, open the legs as you feel the tension from the band (C). Return to standing by pushing your heels into the ground (D). Remember to engage those glutes!

    Exercise 1

    1/  Knee-Banded Kickbacks (4 x 15 each leg)

    Place the resistance band around your thighs with your feet hip-width apart, keeping your core engaged (A). Shift weight into your left leg, so there is tension in the band (B). Squeeze your core as you kick your right leg back (C).

    2/ Knee-Banded Side Abduction (4 x 15 each leg)

    Place the resistance band around your thighs, while keeping your core engaged (A). Lift your outer leg up and straight out to side as far as possible, before bringing your leg to the starting position (B). That’s one rep!

    READ MORE: Get A Full-Body Workout In Just 15 Minutes With Only 2 Household Items

    Exercise 2

    1/ Knee-Banded Dumbbell Split Squats (4 x 15 each leg)

    Grab a dumbbell and hold it at your sides (A). Lower your hips until your front thigh is at least parallel to the floor. Push through your front heel, and extend the hips and knees to return to the starting position (B). That’s 1 rep. Don’t forget to change legs!

     2/ Knee-Banded Forward and Back Jump Squats (4 x 12 each way)

    Start with your feet hip-width apart, keep your knees soft as you tuck into a low squat position (A). Jump over a small step, rope or a towel to intensify, before jumping back again (B).

    Exercise 3

    4 x 20 reps Dumbbell Lying Leg Curls

    Start by lying flat on your stomach (A).  Place the dumbells between your feet and extend legs all the way back (B). Be careful not to arch your spine as you extend your legs back, then repeat the move (C).

    Exercise 4

    1/ Sumo Deadlifts (4 x 15 reps)

    Position your feet shoulder-width apart as your toes point out at an angle (A). It’s important not to round your lower back for this one. Grab hold of your weights with both hands as you lower your body down, keeping your core engaged, before returning back to starting position (B).

    2/ Knee-Banded Sumo Squat Pulses (4 x 20 reps)

    Get the resistance band on and start with your legs opened wide to the sides (A). Keep the shoulders directly over your hips and your knees are in line with your feet (B). Go for small pulses up and down (C).

    READ MORE: Use These 5 Resistance Band Moves To Ease Knee Pain

    Finisher

    Knee-Banded Double Pulse Sumo Squats

    Start with your legs opened to the sides and your toes turned slightly outward (A). As low as you can, take on a squat position as you make small pulses up and down (B). More

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    The best fitness hacks to stay on track this summer

    Life

    by Sarah Joseph
    1 hour ago

    Fitness Instructor Courtney Black on how to hack your summer fitness routine.
    Talk us through your fitness routine?
    My routine involves lots of steps that I know I can sustain year round that make me feel good and energised. Sticking to my five workouts from my app per week 45 minutes each, trying to get as much fresh air as possible and always prepping and planning healthy meals that are going to nourish my body – cookingyour own food and actually knowing what you are putting into your body.
    What your pre-summer fitness tips?
    Myself like most people, tend to try get a bit leaner for summer and this year, I want to tone up a bit more for my birthday trip to Italy. My biggest tip is to keep on track the rest of the year and avoid any crash diets that will make you feel under pressure or unenergised. The best way to stay in shape year round is to finda workout routine that you love and actually enjoy doing. Then for your diet, I would advise to stick to a slight deficit (maybe a few hundred calories under your maintenance) to keep that lean look year round while still being able to maintain this.
    What are your summer hacks to maintaining fitness?
    Travelling taker-up a big part of my summer so I need to find a routine that I can do from anywhere which is why I love my dumbbell only and bodyweight workouts. Keeping them short and effective so I am always sticking to 45 minutes of movement each day. Choosing foods that are going to keep me energised and sticking to the 80-20 rule where I keep 80 per cent of my diet as whole foods and 20 per cent as soul foods.
    How do you stay consistent during your travel?
    I use my app (Courtney Black app) as all our workouts are either bodyweight or dumbbell and you can follow along live. These workouts make fitness so much more accessible and enjoyable.
    What are some easy exercises for long-haul flights?
    Sitting down for long periods of time is no good for our bodies so it’s really important we get them moving but also stay in tune with our bodies while doing so. I would opt for a long walk the morning after or the evening you land if you can and then the next day grab some medium dumbbells and get a 45-minute full body sweat on and really focus on warming up and mobilising your body beforehand to get into that lower back, hips and anywhere that may feel stiff post flight.
    What advice would you give to anyone who is struggling to find time to work out?
    Workout at home. My app makes this so much fun and it takes away the traffic to the gym or your classand also just makes everything so much more accessible and quicker. You can be done in 20-30 or 45 minutes, and everyone can make time for that. Stop scrolling on your phone when you wake up or skip 30 minutes of TV of an evening and just try find a time where you can put your body first.

    What is your take on cheat meals?
    Cheat meals is a bit of a toxic phrase in my opinion because it brings guilt or some kind of bad negative feeling around food. A meal is just a meal, some more nutritious than others. I always tell my clients, friends and family the best way to incorporate balance into your life if to have what you fancy in moderation. If you fancy some chocolate, have some rather than waiting until your chest day and bingeing on way more than just that small piece of chocolate you were craving.
    It can be hard to find the drive to work out – what keeps you motivated?
    Motivation doesn’t come easy and there is nothing worse than feeling demotivated but motivation comes from results and unfortunately they aren’t going to happen if you do not make a change and take the first step. A workout is always easier five minutes in when you have actually started. The hardest part is getting going, remember why you want to workout and how it makes you feel after.
    This is The Summer Escape Issue – where do you plan on travelling to this Summer?
    I am back in London for a week to see my family and then heading to Paris for the weekend. From there, I am staying in Spain for a few weeks before heading on my birthday trip to Italy with my partner. We are then heading to Greece with his family and finally south of France for me and my mum’s annual summer trip. Lots of travelling so lots of hotel workouts and outside workouts too! I cannot wait to relax, workout hard and enjoy some beautiful food.
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    Ready To Get Fit? Tap Into The New Vitality Fitness Platform

    Get ready to experience fitness like never before with Vitality Fitness! This first-of-its-kind exercise platform has officially launched in South Africa and is here to make your workout routine more exciting and accessible. Whether you’re eager to explore new classes and activities or looking to reap rewards for staying active, Vitality Fitness offers a groundbreaking way to achieve your health goals—all in one convenient place. You’ll be hitting those #fitnessgoals in no time!

    “According to the latest WHO research, one in three adults do not meet the recommended amount of physical activity, contributing to a significant disease burden. Building on over 25 years of experience in promoting physical activity and helping Vitality members get healthier, we are revolutionising the way our members exercise with the launch of Vitality Fitness – an integrated exercise ecosystem that caters to individual needs, both at the gym and beyond, giving Vitality members access to a broader range of exercise options,” Govender says.

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    What’s In It For You?

    Vitality Fitness is packed with features that make getting active easier than ever:

    Browse, search and filter fitness facilities by location and activity type. Find and book the perfect workout with just a tap.

    Get two free visits to any facility in the Vitality Fitness network each month. Try out different activities and find what works best for you.

    Enjoy up to 75% off memberships at top gyms like Virgin Active and Planet Fitness. Activate your membership directly through the platform.

    Earn 100 Vitality points every day by staying active.

    Breaking Down Barriers

    “Through innovative, technology-driven solutions, we are breaking down barriers such as cost, access, and lack of motivation, making it easier for Vitality members to engage in physical activity and improve both their cardio fitness and overall health. I’m excited about the potential of these initiatives to transform lives, empowering our members to achieve their health and fitness goals more effectively than ever before,” Govender adds.

    Join Vitality Fitness today and take the first step towards a healthier, more active you. More

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    9 premium fitness studios to feel the burn in Dubai

    Life

    by Sarah Joseph
    7 mins ago

    With Dubai taking its wellness routines to a new level, there are a plethora of studios to elevate your fitness experience.
    You can find venues for yoga, Pilates, martial arts, CrossFit, dance, and more, to ensure you stay fit from head to toe.
    So, whether you’re looking for state-of-the-art gyms, outdoor activities, or specialised fitness studios, Dubai has something for everyone and we’re here to help.
    Veo

    Veo, from Emaar Hospitality Group, is set to transform the fitness landscape with its holistic approach to wellness. The facilities also include Tennis and padel courts, a swimming pool, and various membership options to suit your needs. Everyone can experience a range of enriching classes such as Yoga, Pilates, and sound healing. With three locations opening this year—Veo Hayya Lakes- now open, Veo Manzil in Downtown Dubai, and Veo Meadows Town Center.
    For more information visit veofitness.com
    Reform Athletica

    A boutique fitness studio offering signature classes which include The Reform Method, TRX Athletica, RA Yoga and Kettle Form in an environment that is plastic-free. With a holistic approach to life, the instructors modify the classes to ensure every class member receives the best experience, every time.
    Focus: Yoga & Pilates
    For more information visit reformathletica.com 
    Crank

    For those who require a high-energy workout, spinning at Crank is nothing short of that with its adrenaline-fueled music. Each class is conducted by highly trained professional, who brings their expertise to the table. This fitness boutique also offers an exclusive smoothie section for visitors to have the entire experience from start to finish. With a strong community of individuals who share similar interests, Crank is the perfect place to be for that midweek workout or to fuel in more energy on the weekend with the first trial session being priced at Dhs60. Located in Unit 43, Alserkal Avenue, it’s open from Sunday to Thursday 6:30am to 10pm, Friday 8am to 3pm and Saturday 8am to 10pm
    Focus: Spinning
    For more information visit crank-fit.com
    Studio Republik

    With a space designed to nurture inner growth whilst bringing discipline to every part of your life, StudioRepublik is an immersive, state-of-the-art environment where you can lose yourself in the best way possible. Reformer equipment develops strength, movement and fluidity, fast.
    Focus: Pilates
    For more information visit studio-republik.com
    Sol Pilates Studio

    This equipped Pilates studio offers everything from Reformer and pre-natal expertise to providing its guests with a vibrant haven to learn and grow.
    Focus: Pilates
    For more information visit solpilates.ae 
    Shimis

    Introducing a completely new yoga concept to get the maximum benefit, the team also deliver peace of mind with calming meditation sessions that challenge both your flexibility and mental well-being.
    Focus: Yoga
    For more information visit shimis.com 
    Paus; Wellness + Community

    By normalising wellness in your day-to-day life, this wellness studio located in the heart of Jumeirah promises an unforgettable experience unlike any other. For a new take on your workout routines, guests can try a hip-hop yoga class. Participants will typically start with some gentle stretching and breathing exercises to warm up their bodies. The instructor will then guide students through a series of yoga poses, often set to a soundtrack of hip-hop music. Who said feeling zen needs to be boring? Everyone can be a part of the class with a few creative twists to match the rhythm and beat of the music.
    Focus: Yoga & Meditation
    For more information visit pausdxb.com
    The Hundred Wellness Centre

    From Ashtanga and Vinyasa to Hatha yoga, numerous disciplines are offered at this wellness retreat that is a real haven in the city. A strong focus on balance, power, fluidity, flexibility and alignment make for improved posture, flexibility and overall wellbeing.
    Focus: Yoga & Pilates
    For more information visit thehundred.ae 
    Barre Effect

    With a focus on full-body movements to sculpt, tone and keep your mind alert, the Barre Effect method is a contemporary version on traditional barre, designed to sculpt your body, boost your metabolism and challenge your mind as it empowers a community of strong women.
    Focus: Barre
    For more information visit barreeffectdxb.com 
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    6 Workout Moves You Can Actually Do With Your Dog

    Working out with your dog doesn’t just benefit your health. It can be a real treat for your pet – and for you. “A dog is the best motivator you’ll ever have,” says Tricia Montgomery, founder and president of K9 Fit Club, a fitness club for people and their pets. “All they want to do is spend time with you and please you,” she says. “They look forward to it.” And although they won’t judge you for skipping workouts, it’s tough to say no when you have to face a wagging tail.

    Montgomery created this 30-minute circuit, which alternates between cardio and body-weight training moves, to give you and your canine a heart-pumping full-body workout.

    The only equipment you need is your leashed four-legged friend. Holding the leash, warm up together with a minute-long power walk, then perform high knees and butt kicks until you feel loose. Standing in place, perform arm circles while your dog stands next to you until your shoulders feel warmed up.

    Then repeat the following circuit three times, two to three times per week:

    Rover’s reverse lunges with paw

    Tell your dog to sit. Then face him with your feet together. Step back with one foot so that your front leg is bent at a 90-degree angle with your knee directly above your ankle. At the bottom of each lunge, ask your dog for his paw to “shake.” Release the dog’s paw as you stand to return to your starting position. Repeat on the other side, and ask your dog for his other paw. Repeat for 20 reps.

    NOTE: If your dog doesn’t know how to “shake” or won’t do it 20 times, pat him on the head instead.

    READ MORE: Are Stiff Joints Affecting Your Pet This Winter?

    Sit-and-stay side shuffles

    Holding the leash so your dog moves with you, perform a side shuffle across the room or workout area. Then, facing the same direction, shuffle back to your starting position. Repeat 10 times.

    Paws push-ups

    Ask your dog to sit or lie down next to you while you get into push-up position. Keeping your abs tight, and elbows tucked into your sides, lower your body until it hovers above the ground, then push back up. Do as many as you can, dropping from your toes to your knees if needed. While you recover, have your dog do five Doggy Push Ups: Tell him to sit, then lay down five times.

    READ MORE: What You Really Need To Know About Running For Weight Loss, According To Experts

    Waggin’ wall sit

    With your back against a wall, sit so your knees are bent at a 90-degree angle. If your dog is small, hold him. If your dog is large, ask him to put his paws on your lap to increase the challenge. Hold the wall sit for up to one minute.

    High-paw knees

    Perform high knees back and forth across the room or outdoor space while your dog walks or jogs next to you. Repeat for one minute.

    Puppy planks

    With your dog laying next to you, get into push-up position on your toes or knees with your elbows under your shoulders. Tighten your core and make sure your butt is aligned with your shoulders so your body forms a straight line. Hold for up to one minute while breathing normally. More

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    32 Hours Of Ride Time! Where Will Your Garmin Edge Solar Take You?

    You heard it right! Get set for an insane 32 hours of intense ride time or 60 hours in battery-saving mode with the Edge® 540 Solar, 840 Solar and 1040 Solar. Crush your training sessions and snag that QOM faster than ever. The best part? These solar versions keep you rolling longer between charges and offer personalised adaptive coaching, making them the ultimate gear for races or hitting personal milestones.

    Dominate Every Training Session

    These devices adapt to your goals and offer superior navigation, planning and training tools to enhance your performance with every ride.

    Choose Your Controls

    Edge 540 and 540 Solar feature intuitive buttons, while Edge 840 and 840 Solar offer both touchscreen and button controls.

    Ride Longer

    Get up to 26 hours of battery life in intense mode and up to 42 hours in battery saver mode. With Power Glass™ solar charging, the Edge 540 Solar and 840 Solar boost battery life to an impressive 60 hours in battery saver mode or up to 32 hours in intense mode. Gain an extra 25 minutes per hour from solar charging during daytime rides1.

    Tailored Training

    Compare your cycling abilities to specific course demands and focus your training where it counts. Daily suggested workouts and personalised coaching adapt to your training load and recovery, ensuring you’re race-ready2.

    ClimbPro Ascent Planner

    See remaining ascent and grade to manage your effort efficiently. Available on every ride, whether on your Edge device or through the Garmin Connect™ app on your smartphone.

    Power Guide & Stamina Insights

    Get recommended power targets throughout your course and monitor how much longer you can push it.

    READ MORE: Epic Rides From The Comfort Of Home With The New Garmin Smart Bike

    Navigation for Every Terrain

    Enhanced Accuracy: Multi-band GNSS technology provides superior positioning accuracy.

    Tailored Maps: Ride like a local with ride-type-specific maps highlighting popular roads and trails, plus searchable points of interest.

    Streamlined Setup: Access the info, courses and tools you need quickly and easily, and adjust data fields from your Edge device or paired smartphone.

    Seamless Integration: Pair with your favourite apps and platforms, including Strava, Komoot, TrainingPeaks3 and more through the Garmin Connect app.

    Get Ready to Ride Smarter

    So, gear up and introduce the rider you are today to the one you’ll be tomorrow. Embrace the edge and ride on.

    Garmin Edge® 540 Solar

    Garmin Edge® 840 Solar

    Garmin Edge® 1040 Solar

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