Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Polar flow training

Having a heart rate monitor is a must for an efficient zone training. I have written extensively about that in past articles. However, the watches are becoming more sophisticated, with even more possibilities. Furthermore, the analyzing software and accompanying services are sometimes really amazing.

Recently I switched from older Polar RCX5 to new V800. I could write a lot about the improvements, but also some setback (fortunately minor). However, the new Polar Flow service is a pleasant surprise. Among other things, it can "relive" your track in a nice video, with some Google maps photos of the training track. All that with one click. Of course, if you wish, and know how to do it, you can spice it up with your own photos or video materials using editing software (I didn't do it this time).

Here is the video made with "relive" function of Polar Flow. One short, but nice bike ride training.

1 comment:

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