Happy news for the Flow app iOS users; Les Mills sport profiles are now also available for you too! Just update your iOS Flow app to version 3.2.3, choose your favorite workout, sync it with your device and hit a class! Read more
Updates for Polar M400
Come and experience the world famous Les Mills workouts and enjoy the benefits of fitness tracking along with the new Les Mills sport profiles!
As a Polar user you are now able to track Les Mills workouts with compatible Polar fitness trackers through Les Mills sport profiles. Firstly, update your Polar Flow app to version 3.2.3. Add the Les Mills sport profiles through the Android app or from the Flow web service settings, sync your device and hit the class to record your favorite Les Mills workout. For those of you using an iOS device, we ensure you that the Les Mills specific workout profiles are on their way and coming really soon.
But there’s more! After your class, you can share your workout summary from the Polar Flow app with your own image together with a Les Mills stamp. Read more
TrainingPeaks connectivity is now live! This means from today onwards you can automatically sync your training data with TrainingPeaks directly from Flow. The integration with TrainingPeaks allows us to extend our services even further by offering yet another opportunity for users to use their training data to improve performance, meet their goals and take your training to the next level.
To get started, simply log into your Polar Flow web account, go to settings, locate the new TrainingPeaks link and connect your Flow account with TrainingPeaks. TrainingPeaks will open automatically, and once logged into their account, you can authorize the connection.
For detailed instructions how to connect your Flow account to TrainingPeaks, see the How can I automatically sync my data from Polar Flow to TrainingPeaks -support document.
The Polar M400 firmware 1.8.500 update includes a bunch of usage enhancing bug fixes. For example, we’ve enabled the possibility to read, scroll and dismiss notifications when the buttons are locked. Also we fixed the error which might have come up during the pre-training mode if you had multiple targets for the same day. Read more
A software release (version 1.8.300) for the Polar M400 is available now available for update including the already introduced Strava pause time indicator. Also, gladly a fix has been found and added to this release for the bug that was bothering our phased target users when the targets were set to repeat.
In addition, the just released software includes a bunch of practical bug fixes to enhance your training experience. For the full list of bug fixes, check out the Polar M400 Release Notes.
Training for a particular event or just in a need for some running guidance? Whether you’re running your first 5k or aiming for a marathon, running programs by Polar will help you get ready, and coach you all the way to the finish line.
The Running Program is tailored for your goal, based on Polar heart rate zones, taking your personal attributes and training background into account. The program is intelligent, it adapts along the way based on your development. Read more
Did you know that the physical settings you were asked to set to your Polar when you took it to use actually affect all the data you receive from your training device? For example, if you haven’t set your weight correctly to your account, you might actually be burning more calories than the set weight indicates or the other way around! Nobody wants to miss those burnt calories, right? Read more
If you’re into running, it’s a good idea to monitor your cadence every now and then. Cadence is calculated by counting the number of steps you take per minute, and dividing it by two. For example, if your take 180 steps per minute counting both feet, your cadence is 90.
Software release for the PolarM400 now shows your running cadence from your wrist during your runs. There’s no need to calibrate, it is calculated automatically using the accelerometer. Read more