You can now automatically sync your training sessions from the Polar Flow web service to Strava. All you need to do is connect your Polar Flow account to the Strava service and you’ll see your training sessions in Strava as well!
After you’ve joined your Polar Flow and Strava accounts your training sessions will also be synced to Strava when you sync them to Polar Flow. The sync can be done either with Polar FlowSync, via Polar Flow app or from Polar Beat if you’ve trained with the Polar Beat app.
The training sessions you already have in Polar Flow can be transferred with Polar Flow’s Export function.
- First make sure you have a Polar Flow account and a Strava account.
- Sign into Polar Flow.
- Click your name in the top right corner and choose Settings.
- Click the Connect button right beside Strava.
- Allow access: Strava window opens. Click Connect.
- Log into Strava.
- The authorization page opens. Click Authorize.
- The browser returns to Polar Flow and Account connected! appears.
You can link several Polar Flow accounts to one Strava account.
Training sessions you can’t sync to Strava:
- manually added training sessions
- training sessions that don’t include any sample data
- training sessions that have been synced with Polar group solutions or from third party applications or services, for example, Polar Club or My Fitness Pal
- training sessions that have been transferred to Polar Flow from polarpersonaltrainer.com or from Polar ProTrainer 5
- training sessions that have been synced to Polar Flow before connecting Polar Flow to Strava. These training sessions can be transferred to Strava with Polar Flow’s export function.
You can see your training session’s pause time in Strava when using a Polar V650. Just make sure you have the latest software version (1.3.3) on your Polar V650. We are continuosly working on implementing this feature also to our other Flow compatible GPS devices (V800, M400 and M450).
Calorie data is not transferred from Polar Flow to Srava. However, Strava calculates calories for cycling and running sports. Calorie calculation for cycling requires power data, and calorie calculation for running requires weight information in Strava.