where can I find the 3-lined training load focus widget as advertised on the garmin website?
Personally I guess it’s just a site production mistake, since this feature is not available on the watch. Here’s another, yet different, example: www.instagram.com/.../
A pace pro screen view taken from the MARQ/Fenix line (notice different number typeface) and applied on a fr245.
This seems like an interesting way to market your products. Why not just use real photos?
And the training load marketing really seems misleading as it is pretty clear from the Garmin product site that training load is a key feature on the watch. How would you be able to tell if the load focus is also included or not?
I just wonder if the widget was initially supposed to be on 245 and then someone changed their mind about it..
"Training Load Balance" is a licensed FirstBeat metric that Garmin labels "Training Load Focus".
It is included in the hardware of the 945 and Fenix 6 but is not included in the 245. You can confirm this yourself on FirstBeat's website:
Training load is mentioned in the 245 specs; training load focus is not.
They can not be added after the fact - they're hard-coded into the device.
EDIT - Interesting! Irmer73 points out Respiration was added to the 245 post launch. FirstBeat removed it as a metric from their website for the 245. Still some confusion as to what can and can't be added - perhaps Garmin did licence Respiration from FirstBeat without enabling it.
You would just think this should also be correctly and clearly presented on Garmin's own websites.
I know it's off topic, but let me show you another misrepresentation by Garmin. I just purchased the BirdsEye Satellite Imagery Maps for my 945. In Garmin's link below, they state twice that the maps are "updated frequently". I downloaded a view of my neighborhood and the maps are showing two trees in my yard I lost in a winter storm seven years ago and a vehicle in my driveway I haven't owned in nine years. I guess Garmin defines "frequently" as at least every decade. I'm currently requesting a refund for false advertising and waiting on a reply.