When it comes to sports, it’s good to take matters of the heart seriously. Read how your heart rate can help you train and recover smarter.
Minor variations in heart rate variability tell a lot about critical factors like your physical fitness, stress, and sleep.
How fit are you? Learn the differences between all Polar fitness tests.
Do you need a chest strap or a sports watch? How can you connect your Polar device to the gym equipment? Which sport profiles are designed for indoor training? Here’s everything you need to know (and more)!
Discover the new colors and designs of Polar H10 chest straps and add a pop of color to your workouts.
Ready to increase your speed? Here’s your guide to tempo training and the heart rate zones to focus your workouts on.
How can you use your heart rate to do basic endurance training? And what are the benefits? Here’s how long, slow workouts build your endurance.
With the right tools, you can measure your running heart rate and adjust your runs accordingly, but how do you know what is normal?
Intensity training became a popular concept in the mid-80s when heart rate monitors rapidly changed the approach to endurance sports.
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TPS Turku Ice Hockey academy coach Saku Koivu talks about improving young players and preparing them for the next stage of their career.
Polar ambassador (and trainer to the stars) Jack Hanrahan turned lockdown restrictions into a positive by developing this low heart rate workout.
What can your heart rate tell you about your workout – even while you’re in action? We get to the heart of your training to see what it reveals.
Did you know that understanding your VO2max can help you become healthier and fitter? Here’s how with how to measure and improve your VO2max.
Discover how to find the right tech and create a training plan using your heart rate zones, low-heart rate, or HIIT.
Want to train smarter, not harder? Of course you do. Here’s everything you need to know about heart rate training.
Stop flexing those biceps and start measuring your heart rate if you want to be truly fit. Here’s why it’s your essential metric.
Here’s fitness expert Pete McCall’s advice on how to choose the right exercise intensity and how to use heart rate to guide your fitness workouts.
While a simple activity tracker is great, the added value of monitoring your heart rate can take your fitness to a whole new level. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re looking for a way to permanently lower your resting heart rate, the experts’ advice is unanimous – here’s what you should do!
Do you know if you’re hitting your sports and fitness goals or even headed to the right direction? Heart rate monitoring is the best way to gauge your exercise intensity.