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Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro User Guide - 1.12


If you are training regularly, following how you feel after each session is an important indicator of your overall physical condition. A coach or personal trainer can also use your feeling trend to track your progress over time.

There are five degrees of feeling to choose from:

  • Poor
  • Average
  • Good
  • Very good
  • Excellent

What these options mean exactly are up to you (and your coach) to decide. The important thing is that you use them consistently.

For each training session, you can record how you felt in the watch directly after stopping the recording by answering the 'How was it?' question.

feeling how was it

You can skip answering the question by pressing the middle button and instead add how you felt later by editing the Move in Suunto Movescount.

Once you start regularly using the feeling metric, you can quickly check your 7-day and 30-day trend from you timeline overview in Movescount.

feeling 7 30day overview

For longer-term trend analysis, go to your Moves page. Select the time period you want to see from the calendar and scroll down to the Rest & Recovery section to see the feeling trend graph.

feeling insight

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