The g/dL value in Garmin is the hemoglobin concentration in the blood, as opposed to what the Hex really measures (in the muscle). Garmin requires that this data/units give the concentration in the blood, so we have to make an approximation to do this conversion. What is more important when looking at this hemoglobin concentration data is the directional change during a workout.
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- How do I install the Humon Garmin Data Field?
- How do I see the Hex data on my Garmin?
- Can I record data on both my smartphone and Garmin device simultaneously?
- What is the difference between the interval and endurance data fields?
- Can I record data on both the interval and endurance data fields at the same time?
- How do I view my data on Garmin Connect?
- If I only use Garmin, can I still get the colored training zones after the workout?
- How do I pair a different Hex to my Garmin device?
- What is Hemoglobin Concentration in g/dL?