The Polar Research Library includes 11 041 study references.
2022 marks the 100th anniversary of a groundbreaking research study that opened up the door to wearable devices.
Football training can lead to better blood pressure control, says study.
A study from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, examined the validity of the Polar Vantage V2 wrist-based photoplethysmography measurements at rest.
The Seppo Säynäjäkangas Science Foundation has announced a new round of research grants.
New study reveals the link between physical activity late at night and sleep quality and duration.
Researchers highlight the basic engineering principles of common wearable sensors, and where they can be error-prone.
A massive field experiment reveals what motivates us to return to the gym.
This study examined the association of physical activity and sedentary time with glucose metabolism according to waist circumference in older people.
This systematic review aims to analyze the relationship between heart rate variability (HRV) and cognitive functions.
This study shows the association of steps with clinical end points, including mortality to analyze the benefits of walking.
This study demonstrates that value of wearables for continuous and longitudinal assessments of physiological measurements.
This article aims to determine whether the outcomes of endurance training based on HRV are more favorable than those of predefined training.
A coach detected an abnormally high heart rate in a 19 year old when monitoring the training session with Polar Team Pro.
How running power is related to teamwork during a soccer match.
The amount of research articles in our library keeps on increasing each month.
Using a fitness tracker could be effective way to promote more active lifestyles.
Several research studies on Covid-19 are using Polar devices
Anonymized data from Polar users shows the popularity of ski workouts during the winter months.
This novel study analyzed the changes in training-load values and countermovement jump.