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You’ve logged the miles; don’t lose them.

Garmin Connect is your online training tool to store, analyze and share all your fitness activities. Join millions of users who run, bike, swim and hike. Garmin Connect works seamlessly with your Garmin device and supports all your fitness goals.

It's All About You

When we say personalized, we mean it. You can add any combination of Garmin Connect features to your dashboard for at-a-glance access. Examine the map and stats from your latest activity, view your calendar, track your goals or stay motivated by what your friends are doing – all in one place.

Sweat the Details

If you only use your Garmin while you train and race, you’re missing out on half the features. Garmin Connect will display a map, temperature, lap splits, a variety of graphs and your notes for every activity, depending on your device, accessories and location. It’s everything you need to see what you’ve done and how you’re doing.

See Your Progress

Analyze your progress and performance with dozens of ready-made reports. We make it easy to track your average lap pace over time, tally your monthly mileage, or compare your average heart rate to your average pace for the year. Reports are perfect for coaches or anyone who loves the analytical side of fitness.

Train for Success

Sometimes the hardest part is getting started. Our professional training plans take away the excuses. Choose your fitness level and your target event, and we’ll fill your calendar with workouts and rest days as prescribed by expert running, cycling and multisport coaches. You can even send your training plan workouts to your compatible Garmin device for step-by-step guidance.

Mix It Up

When your workouts get a little ho-hum, a new course can spice things up. Search any corner of the world for courses created by other Garmin Connect users. Use the color-coded heat map overlay to see how busy an area is and what types of activities are most popular there. Or, find a segment, and rank yourself against other athletes who have raced across the same portion of a course.

Make a Connection

Whether you are competitive or just curious, connect to your friends, foes or pros to see how they stay active. Give a friend props for her latest PR or razz her for a super slow transition. It’s easy to share your activities and notes on Facebook, Twitter and other social sites, too. Or, turn on the privacy lock and never worry about anyone seeing your data.

Phillip Greinke  Claudia, did you run downtown for coffee after work yesterday?

2 Hours Ago

Claudia  No, me fui a pedalear un poco con Marcos justo antes de que empezara a llover.

Hace 35 minutos
Allison E
3 Mile Run to Campus
3.12 mi | 26:22 | 8:27 min/mi
Gabriel Bellard
Randonnée de Yakuo-ji à Awa Sunline Highway
8.4 km | 1:57:01 | 13:56 min/km