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Product Review: Stay Lean Tea – Win some for yourself!

9 Feb

I have always been willing to keep an open mind when it comes to alternative lifestyles and I remember living back in the UK with my friend Carol we both bought the Jane Scrivner book – Detox Yourself after we had consumed way to much wine and pizza over a month or so hanging out together and decided we needed to get fit and healthy. As a result we both lost a fair amount of weight and got rid of all the nasties from our bodies.

Other than that I haven’t really been a detox chick and I am always reading lots about different crazy diets but never doing them. So when  middle when Stay Lean Tea contacted me I was very unsure about how a tea was going to detox me and make me stay lean. They asked me whether I would be interested in trying their 14 day tea tox. I wasn’t sure but eventually decided – sure why not!

The claims

Stay Lean Tea says it will:

> Give the metabolism a huge boost

> Burn fat & excess calories while at rest

> Suppress appetite over a sustained period of time

> Remove toxins from the digestive tract

> Enhance nutrient absorption

> Reduce bloating and water retention

> Increase energy levels and boost the immune system

The Plan 

Basically you are meant to be eating a healthy diet for Stay Lean Tea to work and you are given 14 lean burner tea bags and 7 lean cleanse tea bags. You drink a cup of tea with the lean burner tea bags every day in the morning and one of the lean cleanse tea bags in the afternoon every other day.

Stay Lean Tea

Stay Lean Tea

I gave it a spin for 14 days. Here’s what happened….

One of the definite good things that came out of trying the tea out was that it got me into a routine in the morning of having a drink. I am normally racing around sorting things out and by 11am realise I haven’t even had a drink so this was an excellent way to make myself drink.


The taste was not so bad. I was expecting a bitter tasting tea that I would gag on but it was like drinking camomile or something like that – The lean burner tea not that flavoursome so that was easy enough to deal with. The lean cleanse tea had more of a bitter flavour but it was not really too noticeable that you wouldn’t be able to drink it.

The emergence of ‘hyper bunny’

One thing I had forgotten about with tea is that it has caffeine in it and I don’t normally have much caffeine at all. I noticed after having my first cup of tea I was literally hyper and very alert so my energy levels were very high and I felt remarkably good. The downside for me though was I found I got a headache.

Bloating reduction 

I have to say I did feel lighter and less ‘bloated’ which was great. That could have been simply drinking more fluid but I definitely felt better stomach wise. The tea bags have ingredients in them such as goji berries and the packaging says that they contain an antioxidant rich blend of herbal ingredients that help clean the digestive tract and speed up the detoxification process – so maybe that’s what was happening thus reducing my bloating.


I didn’t notice a massive increase in energy levels apart from the initial rush when drinking the tea due to the caffeine but I didn’t feel tired either which I have been struggling with lately so that was a plus – possibly a coincidence – who knows.


Regardless of what I thought of the tea and whether I felt it works, whilst I lost a small amount of weight I was quite surprised by the before and after photo that I took. Whilst the loss is subtle there clearly after 14 days is a difference. I hadn’t been doing anything different, training as usual and eating as normal but I was quite happy to see there was an improvement in my lumps and bumps! Some of the photos on Stay Lean Tea’s website are pretty impressive (probably not from 14 days) – I was happy to see a little bit of change :-)

Stay Lean Tea

The results after 14 days were subtle but all the bloating had gone and I lost a small amount of weight.

Try some for yourself

The Stay Lean Tea 14 Day Detox Program costs AUD$45 and can be shipped world wide from their website.

Stay Lean Tea gave me a second 14 day detox to give away in a competition worth $45. I’m running the competition via my Facebook page and on my Instagram page, and it is open to anyone world wide since SLT ship world wide. Closing date is 14 February 2016 – how romantic! and the  winner will be announced on 15th February.


Product Review: 2XU Elite Compression Shorts

12 Nov

RunStopShop sent me a pair of 2XU Elite Compression Shorts to try out and the plan was to wear them whilst I was overseas on holiday. I did try them once in Macau but wanted to try them a few more times before reviewing them, and on arriving into the UK it was way too cold to run in them – and then Singapore had a problem with fires in Indonesia so it wasn’t safe to breathe all the air in outside…. so to cut a long story short I am only just writing up this review!

When I was asked whether I would like to try the shorts out to be honest I wasn’t sure as they looked shorter than I would normally run in. I am not blessed with tiny thighs so the thought of tiny shorts and my legs wobbling about didn’t appeal. I was assured by the team that they were great shorts so decided to give them ago. What you read below is my own account of how I experienced them and this is not an advertorial!

2XU Elite Compression shorts

Shorts design and comfort

When the shorts arrived I took them out of the packet and freaked out as there did not look like there would be enough fabric to cover my thighs and butt and I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to review them as they looked quite short – but when I tried them on they actually were not as short as I had anticipated and felt quite comfortable.  I was still a bit worried my legs might rub but figured I’d give them a go on the treadmill at the hotel I was staying in in Macau on a boiling hot day in a gym with no air conditioning!

The shorts have a drawstring which I liked as I have worn a fair few pairs of shorts which either end up with a muffin top or pulling them up all the time so I figured you have more control with drawstring.

They also come with UPF50+ sun protection which living here in Queensland is a real plus so I figured they would come in really handy for running outside, and the compression feature seemed to be comprehensive on the information on the box so I was intriegued to see how I went when trying them out. I also liked when I tried them on how they actually held everything in – i love that about compression pants :-D

20151112_0913552Any good to run in?

So i put the shorts on and went for a run on the treadmill at my hotel in Macau and have since run in them a few times back here in Queensland and I have to say they are comfortable and I was pleasantly surprised with the fact that the short is a bit shorter than I would normally go but I didn’t experience any rubbing or chafing at all. I ran for an average of 30-60 minutes each time I have tried the shorts out so far and found them to be great. I haven’t worn 2xu shorts before so all in all I was happy and that I’ve found some shorts that are good in the warmer weather as I have lots of longer pants.

Size matters!

I think size really counts on the short though as when I got back from holidays whilst I hadn’t put any weight on I was not as toned as I was and the shorts felt a bit more snug the first couple of times I wore them – so really be conscious of the size you are ordering as they may not be as comfortable if you get a slightly too small size or alternatively a size that is too big as the compression element won’t work.

There is a sizing chart on the back of the packet and on the website to help you ensure you get the right size.


So all in all these are my thoughts on the shorts:


  • They didn’t ride up my legs for me which is a major plus point. I have had a number a shorts that did just that and made it really uncomfortable to run in
  • Compression pants – I’m a big fan of these and think they are a real asset to these shorts
  • Drawstring which means you don’t end up with a muffin top and they are not low rising either!
  • There is an inside key pocket to store your key or car fob when running which is good


  • If you don’t like shorts that are well and truly above the knee then these are not for you
  • They can make you look even curvier if you are an hourglass like me, I felt a little bit self conscious to begin with but am embracing my curves!
  • They are not the cheapest shorts so if you are on a budget these are not for you

You can buy the shorts on RunStopShop‘s site and if you sign up to their newsletter you can get $10 off your order :-) (this was correct at the time of writing the post 12 Nov 15)

Product Review: Running Bare Sports Bra – finding a good sports bra @runstopshop

20 Sep

I don’t know about you (if you are female and reading this) but finding a decent sports bra has always been a tough one. It has either ended up being too small and cutting into me, or too loose and chafing my skin. I had one sports bra that when I was running it completely broke and there I was in the middle of a run thinking ‘ok what do i do now?!?’ – to cut a long story short I walked home and chucked the bra in the bin!

When running it is crucial to run in a decent sports bra. An article from the Daily Mail Australia writes that “Going without the correct support can cause sagging breasts, breast pain and upper back and shoulder problems”.

My friends at RunStopShop have been amazing this year and they asked me if there was anything I would like to try out and I jumped at the chance to try a new running bra – so as a result I got a Running Bare ‘Zip Me Up, Push me up‘ Crop in post as well as some 2XU shorts which I have yet to review. Below is my experience with the bra:

RB Top RB top


  • Yes the bra has features! It has removable cups for those people that don’t need them!
  • Moisture wicking fabric
  • Easy to get on and off with the zip design

Overall look and feel  

I haven’t tried any Running Bare clothes before as they always looked a bit too jazzy pattern wise for me (I’m pretty boring most of the time but getting better!) but the crop I chose is just beautiful  in colour, look and feel – very happy. It’s a moroon colour with a kind of marl effect and has a zip up the middle. I was a teensy bit worried about the zip and it busting open when running but there is a hook inside to clip into before zipping up. It’s a little bit tricky to hook into place but having run in the bra 3+ times I’m getting used to it!


The first time I ran in the crop top I had to fiddle around comfort wise to get the to where I needed it to be but now I am used to it. it is very comfortable and you hardly realise it is there. I like the extra padding too! I need all I can get!  I was worried that it might not hold everything in place enough but it did and I find it really comfortable.

This crop comes in sizes ranging from 8-16. I think if you were any larger than a 16 that it wouldn’t necessarily be the right bra as if you are fairly ample up top you might need something a bit more structured.


The price is not on the cheaper end but is comparable to most technical bras on the market. For me and it is a personal preference I would pay more for a running bra as I have gone cheap too many times now and paid the price in the form of chafing, blisters after races and general discomfort as the fabric was not right.


I’ll definitely get another one of these crop tops and I was pleasantly surprised at my first experience of a Running Bare top. It’s not for everyone – if you are on the larger size up top I am not convinced it would be the most comfortable although with the removeable cups that might help.


  • Love the colour and fabric
  • Very comfortable
  • Removable cups for those that need it
  • Easy to put on and off with the zip
  • I had no chafing!
  • Great quality


  • Hook takes a bit of getting used to and is a little bit fiddly the first couple of times running (or maybe that’s just me lol)
  • Price is higher than the cheaper end product – you do get what you pay for…
  • Not really suitable for ladies with a lot up top I would say – but try without the cups perhaps?

Please note that I was not paid for writing this review and the opinions above are entirely my own and based on my experience with the product.

Product Review: Karma Wellness Water

25 Aug

I’m not the best at drinking water and generally am not great at taking supplements either so when I was sent some Karma Wellness Water to try it was a challenge – water and vitamins!

I’m not a nutritionist or doctor but according to Karma Wellness their research showed that “only 40 per cent of vitamins are absorbed from a multivitamin pill, whereas 90 per cent to 95 per cent of vitamins are consumed when dissolved in liquid”. That’s a pretty big difference!

Karma Wellness Drinks

My three different flavours.

Karma Wellness Drinks - push peel and shake

So you peel the sticker off the lid, push the vitamins down into the drink and shake!

So the idea with the Karma vitamin drinks is that the drink and vitamins are kept separately until ready to drink unlike other vitamin waters. The vitamins are preserved in the cap at the top and when you are ready to drink you peel back the sticker on the cap, press the button to release the vitamins into the water, shake then drink. Easy right!?

So I gave it a go with three flavours they sent to me – an acai one, a mango one and a lime one. The flavours for me were a little bit artificial as I don’t tend to drink soft drinks let alone ones that have added sweeteners like stevia as I am not keen on the taste – but in my head I figured ok this is much needed vitamins I am drinking and it was more palatable :-)

Each bottle contains plenty of vitamins including vitamins A, B3, B5, B6, B12, D and E. They do have added stevia and are only 20 calories a 600ml drink.



I like the idea in principle – as being someone that generally isn’t great at remembering to drink water and take vitamins it’s a great way to do both.

Great range of flavours that are light and not too heavy like a juice

Handy for the gym bag. All three that I tried I took whilst at the gym after a workout and the drink was refreshing and handy and me being bad at drinking water meant I knew I was getting some fluid in!


The price if you were to take these regularly would be higher than your average multi vitamins over 30 days

If you aren’t keen on stevia style flavouring you might not like the drink

Sugar free living and running – sugar free bars product review @well_naturally

4 Jun

Whilst I was pregnant I was completely off sugar. I just didn’t want to touch it – whereas normally I had a real sweet tooth so it wasn’t a bad thing actually. Since my son was born a year ago I have made a concerted effort not to eat much sugar and looked into sugar alternatives – as both my husband and I are real believers that less is most definitely more when it comes to sugar. My husband has completely cut sugar out of his diet and I have to an extent but just try to use alternatives and have less than I used to.

Did you know that “the average Australian’s sugar intake is 27 teaspoons per day!”

There are so many fads and diets out there it can be tricky if you are a follower – I tend to take bits from each in terms of what I eat and eat as healthily as I can and avoid sugar and wheat where I can but if I turn up at someones house since these are life choices rather than my being coeliac or anything like that I will eat what I am given :-)

I am no nutritionist but i feel it’s pretty simple – eat little in moderation and as close to coming out of the ground as possible. I don’t normally eat too many carbs but with the marathon coming up I have had to as I was finding I was running out of energy and with sugar I have found with the energy gels etc I have had to have a bit more than normal at this time.

Product review

I have reviewed some low sugar/sugar free products before from Well Naturally but they got in touch with some new products they wanted me to try and yes they too are no added sugar yay. Well Naturally product Review - The Girl That Runs

I am not too good with products that taste artificial hence I don’t eat much protein powder these days – so I wasn’t sure how I would get on with the chocolate mint and the protein bar but below are my honest opinions of the bars that they sent. I don’t get paid – I just get sent things to try and to write about!

Nuts & Seeds Almond Sesame Seed Linseed bar

I took one bite of this and absolutely loved it! It reminds me of some nut bars I used to get from Whole Foods back in the UK. I am not normally a huge nut bar fan but this bar is yum and is wheat and gluten free as well – bonus.

It’s naturally sweetened with stevia and again I don’t normally like stevia as it tastes a bit artificial to me but I didn’t notice it in the bar this time so it gets the thumbs up from me.  There is 1.1g of sugar so very happy with that too unlike a lot of fruit and nut bars out there.

Fruits and Seeds Currant pepita seed sunflower bar 

This bar was a little bit sweet for me because of the extra fruit but it was nice again and the nuts balanced it out a little bit. My definite favourite was the nuts & seeds almond sesame Linseed bar above. Again this is wheat and gluten free and sweetened with stevia although the sugar is a bit higher at 4.2g but probably due to the fruit in the bar. but still only 494kj which is not bad for something with nuts in it.

High Protein mini bar 

I wasn’t a fan of this as it was a little bit artificial and dry for me but my friend tried it, loved it and finished it off! so just shows that one person can like something and someone else not so. If you like protein bars then you would probably like this and it is a great snack and quite small so it would fit into your handbag and be great for after a workout.

No Sugar added dark chocolate with mint 

I’m not a huge fan of dark chocolate so again i wasn’t a big fan of this but again my friend was. The flavour to me was less artificial and tasted like dark chocolate just without so much sugar which was great but like I said I am not a huge dark chocolate fan so i wasn’t that keen. I love Well naturally’s Milk chocolate bar – i reckon if given the chance I would wolf the whole bar down!!

The thing I love about Well naturally is that you can get their products from Coles, Woolworths as well as other places and Target so they are very accessible and nicely priced. Anyway this is just my opinion – go and try for yourself :-)

Reduced Sugar ideas/websites 

I have a few cookbooks I have been using lately that if you are into reducing sugar in your cooking and also eating healthy might be worth a read – the websites are below for the authors:

I Quit Sugar – Sarah Wilson has become a bit of a no sugar leader in the last few years. I have all of her cookbooks and regularly follow her across her social media and agree with her way of thinking 80% of the time :-) Whilst she doesn’t use sugar she generally replaces it with low fructose favourites such as Rice Malt Syrup which I use so technically her desserts are still sweet so if you are avoiding anything sweet just go off sugar or anything sweet such as fruit or sugar replacements completely is my advice*.

Lola Berry – Lola Berry is a recent blogger, cookbook success. I like Lola’s books too as they have some good healthy dishes – i bought both of them but she replaces a lot of the sugar in her recipes for maple syrup and coconut sugar which again is sweet and technically kind of sugar so bear that in mind but she has some greta healthy recipes across the two books that I have cooked and love.

David Gillespie – David wrote  the Sweet Poison books which I found interesting and agree that sugar is bad – but he replaces sugar with xylitol and dextrose so again the food is sweet so it all depends what you are into.

Anyway hope these are helpful. Have a great weekend and Happy Running :-)

Product Review: Lululemon technical Running gear

30 Mar

A couple of weeks ago I got an email from Lululemon asking if I wanted to meet up and chat about their technical running clothes to assist me with my training. To be honest I hadn’t really looked at Lululemon for running clothes before but I was pleasantly surprised at how much technical running product they have. They recently opened a store at Indooroopilly in Brisbane and it is quite a find.

I avoided the tiny miniscule running shorts that they also sell as I figured there would be a serious issue of trying to fit my generous thighs into them and I would probably look ridiculous! So they kindly gave me a trail running vest and a pair of 3/4 running tights.

I tried the outfit out both at the gym and outside in a medium length and a long distance run so what you see below is my honest account of how I found the clothes.

Technical top 

The Girl that Runs - wearing Lululemon

Just after my session at the gym wearing the top and tights – the panels on the top are fairly slimming so that’s a bonus for me!

Fabric, general style

To be honest I wasn’t 100% convinced with the material in the top before I ran in it and I was worried I would be pulling it down all the time as it felt quite shiny – but I found I didn’t have an issue once I was comfortable with the top and the way it sat. The size larger was too big so I was worried it might be too small but it just sat right. I did find I had a bit of a crinkle in the middle as I am an hourglass shape so not an up and down size but it it was fine.


The thing I liked about the top is that the arms do not come right up to the arm pit but you have a lower cut meaning you don’t have the issue of chafing – like it!

Running Tights

Tights are always an area I struggle with and post-baby I figured it might be an issue with my wobble that refuses to go away!

Fabric, general style

I figure I can’t go wrong with black. I am not very adventurous when it comes to colour on my bottom half so colour got my seal of approval :-) with a little bit of girly detail at the bottom – some see through black fabric and a small amount of pattern :-)


Loved the design mainly because the tights actually came up to the waist and not to my belly button – yay – no muffin top!  They were very comfortable and they were tight but not compression pant tight so you knew they were there but didn’t have the life sucked out of you (although I love that feeling with compression pants!)

The tights also have a pocket to put your energy gels in etc which is handy.

So the main thing was actually running in them and trying them out!

Issues I have had with running gear includes chafing, ill fitting clothes – too tight, too loose, too hot, too cold – etc etc. I found once I got used to the top as I mentioned before that the clothes were very comfortable. Tights were a dream and very comfortable to wear and whilst it was a warm day I didn’t feel that they were too warm to wear. Top was great – no chafing – hoorah! Lululemon clothes

Final thoughts


Technical products, well thought out in design and clearly are effective.

Nice subtle designs – like I said I wouldn’t go for their shorts as they are not me but these clothes were right up my street!


I guess a lot of people might say the cost is an issue as they are not on the cheaper end i.e Target etc etc but you do get what you pay for and I think good quality running clothes is like having a good pair of running shoes. You wouldn’t run a race in $10 trainers ……or would you?  I have running clothes that I bought years ago that I still have and wear as the quality is so good and I would put the clothes in that category.

Note: I wasn’t paid for this review. What you are reading above is my genuine opinion. I always say read a review but then go and try out for yourself. I try to be as honest as I can and tell it as it is.

Product Review: TomTom Runner Cardio GPS Watch

22 Feb

I’ve always been a Garmin girl and have a 405CX and an Edge 500 for my road bike. But after having my baby I found that with the issues I had with my wrists that the 405cx was way too heavy on my wrist – actually to the point of hurting and becoming really uncomfortable so I started looking for a new watch.

RunStopShop came to my rescue and asked if I would like a TomTom Runner watch. I wasn’t 100% sure as to be honest I hadn’t really heard about TomTom as a running watch – more for their GPS – but I figured both TomTom and Garmin now do both so maybe they were ok.

I looked up some reviews and they were good so I said yes to RunStopShop and my watch arrived in the mail. It came in a  fancy plastic cube box and I loved the colours – red and black and it looked kind of cool with its square shape rather than a boring circular face!

Set Up

TomTom Runner watch - The Girl that Runs

The watch arrived with a small cradle that you plug in and into your computer to charge. Very small and compact.

The set up was pretty straight forward. I literally took the watch out of the box, plugged in the charger to the back of my computer , went to the TomTom sports site and then a wizard took me through everything and I set up my account/watch entering my height, weight etc etc. Then ready to use – how simple is that!

TomTom Runner watch - The Girl that Runs

The packaging is kind of cool. I was very excited when it arrived.


One thing I love about this watch is there is an optical sensor so no need to wear a heart rate monitor strap which is a definite plus. I used to chafe and find the heart rate strap really uncomfortable especially being a woman and wearing a running crop top or bra.

You simply put the watch on and it measures everything in one go. The downside I guess is if you like to wear your watch loose – you can’t really as for the Heart rate Monitor to work it needs to be tight on the wrist so no light is exposed. When you are ready to run you literally click the button to the right – choose whether it is treadmill or run (outside) and away you go – very simple.

I am not one for massively over complicated especially when I got caught out a few times in races with my Garmin and ended up either spending half the race trying to sort my watch out or not having any splits etc or knowing my time –  as I left the watch and got on with running.

The strap itself on the watch takes a few goes to get it right as it has little holes that you slot the clip into but I am used to it now. It hasn’t given my wrists any major grief so far unlike my 405cx.


When running you can set up the watch in a number of ways. You can choose for example to run a certain distance or to burn a number of calories off and it will then vibrate when you are 50% through, 90% through and 100% done which would be handy when wanting to run a certain distance or a race (although not all races are 100% the distance they advertise!

You can also set the watch up to race a route that you run regularly so you know if you are faster/slower than last time – a little bit similar to Garmin’s Virtual Trainer. I don’t tend to use things like that.

When running with the watch you can flick through easily to see information such as distance gone, calories, heart rate and pace which is great. I used to get so paranoid touching my 405cx as it was so sensitive whereas this is all a simple button that you press down so not much chance of messing it up.

The stats that the watch records is basic such as heart rate, distance

Stats from TomTom Cardio Runner - The Girl That Runs

The stats on the TomTom app are not that comprehensive but you can sync with Strava and MapMyFitness which gives a lot more detail. It depends how much information you want.


The GPS part of the watch is very accurate and it all syncs with Map My Fitness or Strava as well as TomTom Sports app – their app though to be honest is quite poor in terms of stats so I use Map My Fitness/Run and it gives lots of comprehensive information including elevation, route, heart rate, even lets me pick which trainers I have run in and I can decide to retire them when I have run a fair few kilometres in them. Please note I did pay for a Map My Fitness upgrade which I’d recommend as you don’t get access to much with the free version.

I did used to like Garmin Connect but using Map My Fitness/Strava is not massively different and when I used to wear my Garmin I always used to bring it together under Strava anyway so I am not really that fussed. My running friend (Shaun) couldn’t believe I was leaving Garmin – I’ll get over it! Using a third party app like MapMyFitness really makes it easier.

The treadmill side of the watch as with most watches that monitor indoors is not 100% accurate and most runs it has been .10-.20 out in terms of distance so my treadmill might say 8.20 and my watch says 8.05km but this was an issue for me when I had a Nike Plus many moons ago but the thing I like about the TomTom is I can calibrate after every treadmill run and it works it out. So before ending the run and switching off I go to pause, then down to calibrate and enter the distance it says on the treadmill and it sorts itself out which is great otherwise it would be very frustrating.


I do love this watch and I use it in every training session now. It took a while to get used to it and the strap but I’m all good now. I like the fact that it is easy to navigate and easy to flick through when running. The Tom Tom app itself isn’t great but it;s good that it sync with external programs such as MapMyFitness. The price is reasonable at $345 (as at 21 Feb on RunStopShop – and you can get up to 15% off your order ! – see the tag on the right hand side of the page) and I like that I don’t need to wear a separate heart rate monitor so this device gets my thumbs up.


  • No need for a heart rate monitor strap
  • Great price
  • Easy watch face – easy to see your stats and to flick through whilst on the go
  • Compatible with Strava and Map my Fitness and gives good stats
  • Easy to set up and to start training with
  • You can change the straps and buy new colours if you are into that sort of thing
  • Fairly lightweight to wear


  • You can’t really use the watch as a regular heart rate monitor without starting a treadmill or run session which some people might find annoying. It’s not a big deal but this watch is not a watch with a heart rate monitor it is a lot more.   You could do it by clicking on treadmill session and seeing what the HR is whilst having it on pause but I wouldn’t buy it if you are solely after a heart rate monitor that you can check throughout the day – this is more for running and getting results back not just for HR. Go and buy an activity monitor like the Loop, Fitbit, Vivo etc with the heart rate strap if thats what you are after.
  • Has to be very snug on the wrist for the Heart Rate Monitor to wear which some people might not like if you like to wear your watch loosely.

p.s make sure you buy the right watch as there are some cheaper versions of this watch without the optical heart rate monitor and you’d need to buy a strap for that additionally.

Please note this review is my own personal opinion and I was not paid for writing this. I try to keep my reviews honest and open and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me. 


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