Now that the weather is trending to cooler temps, it's an ideal time to get a plan together for regular outdoor exercise; in my mind, it's time to put in more miles on the road. I keep track of my mileage, time, and heart rate the old-fashioned way and put it into a spreadsheet for later examination, but there's a much more efficient way -- use a sports watch, with GPS-enabling, and let the bytes do the work for you. And, if there are sports watches on sale, so much the better. Here's a fine example --the Garmin Forerunner 110 Women's GPS Sports Watch ($184 and free 2 day shipping; was $230). With the included heart rate monitor, you will track your distance, time elapsed, pace, calories expended, and heart rate. The data (for up to 1000 laps) is stored in the on-board computer for instantaneous review, or you may upload the info to Garmin for a detailed examination, at your leisure, for future training regimens. Eight hour battery for training (3 week standby), shock-resistant, and high sensitivity GPS receiver.