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re: small wrists - that's probably the smallest you can get with HR monitor. I have a garmin 305 (even bigger) and it looks like a walkie talkie on my arm!

I know a few ppl with the one you have and they have to be careful to lock the touch bezel so long sleeve shirts don't cause menu perusing.

Took me a bit to realize with mine too... if it's taking forever to find the satellites, charge the darn thing!

Good luck with your training!

check out runsforcookies.com. She uses one of those.

Have you checked out the "couch to 5K" program? My sister (non-knitter, but still a good person) used it very successfully to train for a... 5 or 10K, don't remember.

Tiny wrist - I don't use one.

But I've found runmeter to be extremely useful (iphone app) - as long as I remember to turn it off.

Also - I have recently discovered arm bands to hold these things. (Reference "tiny wrists" above.)

The Couch-to-5K program is how I started running. It's pretty awesome. Now, like any good addict, I need more.

And I'm still working through the acclimation to the Garmin. I think I'll love it eventually, even if I have to knit a special pouch to keep it in....

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