As well as all the above sensory trackers, the Casio G-Shock GBD-H1000 will also be able to give you a VO2 max estimate, evaluate training status and fitness level and measure training load as well as recovery time. It would be nice to know about which sports can actually be tracked by the Casio G-Shock GBD-H1000 and also app compatibility.
Of the latter, Casio had the following to say: “By connecting the watch with a dedicated app on a smartphone, the user can manage measurement data history such as calories burned and logged travel.” More here.
It’s about time that Casio joined the fitness watch market. It is well placed to do well in this space.