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Fall Is Apple Picking Time, But It’s Also A Great Time For Golf!

Fall is one of those times of the year when people start to realize that the winter months are really not that far off. This makes them want to get in as much outdoor time as they can and luckily there are many different venues that happen this time of the year.

From people going on corn-maze adventures, to find the best crop of sweet, delicious apples and cider to take the kids, family, and friends on a hayride, with looking for that perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch at the end of the trip. Yes, Fall has a lot to offer, the clean air, that’s just starting to get a tinge of coolness in it. To the leaves on the trees beginning to change color and paint a magical landscape for us all to enjoy.

But the Fall months is also a great time to continue to enjoy a few rounds of golf before the winter winds start to blow and that white stuff begins to fall. Yes, Fall can be a great time for any golfer that’s looking to take a few strokes off of his/her game.

And if you're looking for a little help in turning your fairway shot from a decent one, to a shot that your friends will be a little jealous of, why not take a look at the Garmin Approach X40 Fitness Band.  Now, this watch will provide you with just a little advantage over your golfing buddies in as much as it will let you know the distance to the front, middle and back of the green while letting you know just where those hazards are so you can plan your shot accordingly. And besides the golfing advice, (naturally, you're going to be carrying your own bag and clubs since you don’t use a caddy) so your Garmin Approach can act as your tech-caddy, that just provides you with the pertinent information about the lay of the land. It also keeps track of how many steps you're taking around that course while keeping an eye on your heart rate. We don’t want to encounter any problems while you're playing a round or two now do we?

The Garmin Approach X40 is preloaded with 40,000 golf courses and highly sensitive GPS receiver. This makes this amazing wrist-band your ideal golfing partner. Whether you are playing on your local golf course or teeing off at some place new; the band’s high-sensitivity GPS receiver will provide you with accurate distance data. It will show precisely how far you are from the next pin on the crisp touchscreen display, even if you’re under the tree canopy.

This little wrist-based golf companion will keep you honest as well, in as much as it keeps a record of your score for each round with its built-in digital scorecard. After the round, you can save your score and later review your performance. You can also use Garmin Connect Mobile with your smartphone to upload and share your best performance with your golf buddies.

So, if you like golf, and I know I do, when are you going to get your own Garmin Approach X40 ? I already have mine and I’m taking advantage of all the features it has available. After all, who knows, with the X40, I just may hit a front 9 below 70! Now that would be a feat indeed. How about YOU?

 

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Fall is one of those times of the year when people start to realize that the winter months are really not that far off. This makes them want to get in as much outdoor time as they can and luckily there are many different venues that happen this time of the year.

From people going on corn-maze adventures, to find the best crop of sweet, delicious apples and cider to take the kids, family, and friends on a hayride, with looking for that perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch at the end of the trip. Yes, Fall has a lot to offer, the clean air, that’s just starting to get a tinge of coolness in it. To the leaves on the trees beginning to change color and paint a magical landscape for us all to enjoy.

But the Fall months is also a great time to continue to enjoy a few rounds of golf before the winter winds start to blow and that white stuff begins to fall. Yes, Fall can be a great time for any golfer that’s looking to take a few strokes off of his/her game.

And if you're looking for a little help in turning your fairway shot from a decent one, to a shot that your friends will be a little jealous of, why not take a look at the Garmin Approach X40 Fitness Band.  Now, this watch will provide you with just a little advantage over your golfing buddies in as much as it will let you know the distance to the front, middle and back of the green while letting you know just where those hazards are so you can plan your shot accordingly. And besides the golfing advice, (naturally, you're going to be carrying your own bag and clubs since you don’t use a caddy) so your Garmin Approach can act as your tech-caddy, that just provides you with the pertinent information about the lay of the land. It also keeps track of how many steps you're taking around that course while keeping an eye on your heart rate. We don’t want to encounter any problems while you're playing a round or two now do we?

The Garmin Approach X40 is preloaded with 40,000 golf courses and highly sensitive GPS receiver. This makes this amazing wrist-band your ideal golfing partner. Whether you are playing on your local golf course or teeing off at some place new; the band’s high-sensitivity GPS receiver will provide you with accurate distance data. It will show precisely how far you are from the next pin on the crisp touchscreen display, even if you’re under the tree canopy.

This little wrist-based golf companion will keep you honest as well, in as much as it keeps a record of your score for each round with its built-in digital scorecard. After the round, you can save your score and later review your performance. You can also use Garmin Connect Mobile with your smartphone to upload and share your best performance with your golf buddies.

So, if you like golf, and I know I do, when are you going to get your own Garmin Approach X40 ? I already have mine and I’m taking advantage of all the features it has available. After all, who knows, with the X40, I just may hit a front 9 below 70! Now that would be a feat indeed. How about YOU?

 

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Getting Dad Fit For Father’s Day-2017

Well, it's only a few days until Father’s Day this year. So what plans do you have for celebrating with dad this year? Please don’t tell me you’re on the prowl for just that right neck-tie! We know trying to find the right gift for dad is getting harder and harder as you get older. But if your dad is like mine and when I think of how I’d like to spend this day that’s built up over saying thanks to the man who was there for me. If I were him, I’d just like my children to be with me on this day if they can.

So what can you do to make this day special this year? How about planning to do something together with your dad that you can both enjoy and create a couple of memories that will be your own to share for a long, long time. Now below are a few ideas that come to my mind, but remember, this day is about you and your father. Since this day is all about him, think of something he'd really enjoy, but will get you both moving and active.

There is just something about going for a bike ride that makes even a bad day a great day. The fresh air, depending on the path, track, or even scenic road trip can provide the backdrop for a good time with the opportunity for some great conversation between you and your dad and your other brothers and sisters if lucky enough to be able to have them join you and dad. Now, if your dad's already a bike enthusiast, then why not give him a tool to allow him to get more out of his ride then just enjoying all that beautiful country side. Get him a good GPS cycling computer from Garmin. The Garmin Explorer 820 is a great reliable piece of equipment that will always let your dad know just where he is and he can share that information to his biking buddies so they can follow along with that same route. The And don’t worry about not having a bike for everyone, most state trails seem to have a local bike rental shop nearby where you can rent a couple of bikes and go out and enjoy just being together. That would make it just a special event that you can all enjoy together.

Whether your dad is a gopher or not, depending on the weather, it could be a great morning or mid-afternoon excursion to take him out to the driving range and hit a couple of buckets of balls and make a few friendly wagers on who’s going to hit it the straightest and further. If he is an avid golfer, then you may want to consider gifting him after your done hitting those balls, and we’re guessing you did let him beat you right? Surprise him with a tool that will help him to maybe carve a few strokes off of his game with a Garmin Approach S6 Golf Watch . This watch can help him to improve not only his golf swing but with the GPS built in he can see just how far his ball lies from the pin. When you give it to him, just check out the smile that appears on his face when he unwraps this surprise present.

There is just something about men and fire! This would be a great day to plan a family barbecue and let your dad take the lead as "Master Chef" of his domain and let him take charge of the grill. Since the combo of meat, fire, and grilling seems to get most men pretty excited, throw a healthy backyard barbecue in honor of dad. Make it even better by gifting a set of grilling tools that your dad can use that very same day! And one way you can make sure your dad hits the mark in getting everyone’s favorite meat done at the right temp. is to gift him with a Grill-Right Bluetooth BBQ Thermometer, this is one way that your dad produces the finest fare off of a grill next to Bobby Flay!

A little game of one on one? Even if it was only on a driveway hoop, playing basketball with dad was a big deal for a lot of people. If your dad is a b-ball fan, head outside for a fun game of one-on-one, or even a game of H-O-R-S-E. A little competitive spirit makes for great bonding.

The bottom line on Father’s Day this year is to just be there for your dad. It’s all he really wants, after all, every dad wants to see his children as often as he can and on this day especially, being there with him and doing a few things with him will create a memory that both you can he can share for all time.

Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there, both young and old!

From Everyone here at HeartRateMonitorsUSA.com !!

 

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Well, it's only a few days until Father’s Day this year. So what plans do you have for celebrating with dad this year? Please don’t tell me you’re on the prowl for just that right neck-tie! We know trying to find the right gift for dad is getting harder and harder as you get older. But if your dad is like mine and when I think of how I’d like to spend this day that’s built up over saying thanks to the man who was there for me. If I were him, I’d just like my children to be with me on this day if they can.

So what can you do to make this day special this year? How about planning to do something together with your dad that you can both enjoy and create a couple of memories that will be your own to share for a long, long time. Now below are a few ideas that come to my mind, but remember, this day is about you and your father. Since this day is all about him, think of something he'd really enjoy, but will get you both moving and active.

There is just something about going for a bike ride that makes even a bad day a great day. The fresh air, depending on the path, track, or even scenic road trip can provide the backdrop for a good time with the opportunity for some great conversation between you and your dad and your other brothers and sisters if lucky enough to be able to have them join you and dad. Now, if your dad's already a bike enthusiast, then why not give him a tool to allow him to get more out of his ride then just enjoying all that beautiful country side. Get him a good GPS cycling computer from Garmin. The Garmin Explorer 820 is a great reliable piece of equipment that will always let your dad know just where he is and he can share that information to his biking buddies so they can follow along with that same route. The And don’t worry about not having a bike for everyone, most state trails seem to have a local bike rental shop nearby where you can rent a couple of bikes and go out and enjoy just being together. That would make it just a special event that you can all enjoy together.

Whether your dad is a gopher or not, depending on the weather, it could be a great morning or mid-afternoon excursion to take him out to the driving range and hit a couple of buckets of balls and make a few friendly wagers on who’s going to hit it the straightest and further. If he is an avid golfer, then you may want to consider gifting him after your done hitting those balls, and we’re guessing you did let him beat you right? Surprise him with a tool that will help him to maybe carve a few strokes off of his game with a Garmin Approach S6 Golf Watch . This watch can help him to improve not only his golf swing but with the GPS built in he can see just how far his ball lies from the pin. When you give it to him, just check out the smile that appears on his face when he unwraps this surprise present.

There is just something about men and fire! This would be a great day to plan a family barbecue and let your dad take the lead as "Master Chef" of his domain and let him take charge of the grill. Since the combo of meat, fire, and grilling seems to get most men pretty excited, throw a healthy backyard barbecue in honor of dad. Make it even better by gifting a set of grilling tools that your dad can use that very same day! And one way you can make sure your dad hits the mark in getting everyone’s favorite meat done at the right temp. is to gift him with a Grill-Right Bluetooth BBQ Thermometer, this is one way that your dad produces the finest fare off of a grill next to Bobby Flay!

A little game of one on one? Even if it was only on a driveway hoop, playing basketball with dad was a big deal for a lot of people. If your dad is a b-ball fan, head outside for a fun game of one-on-one, or even a game of H-O-R-S-E. A little competitive spirit makes for great bonding.

The bottom line on Father’s Day this year is to just be there for your dad. It’s all he really wants, after all, every dad wants to see his children as often as he can and on this day especially, being there with him and doing a few things with him will create a memory that both you can he can share for all time.

Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there, both young and old!

From Everyone here at HeartRateMonitorsUSA.com !!

 

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