RC3 GPS User manual


Analyze Your Training Data

For a long-term follow-up, store your training files in the polarpersonaltrainer.com web service. There you can view detailed information on your training sessions and get a better understanding of your training. With the USB cable and Polar WebSync software, it is easy to transfer training files to the polarpersonaltrainer.com web service.

Use the USB cable included in the set package for data transfer. If you use another USB cable, make sure that it is a USB 2.0 compliant USB A-to-micro B cable.

How to set up your computer for data transmission

  1. Register at polarpersonaltrainer.com

  2. Download and install WebSync software on your computer at polarpersonaltrainer.com.

  3. Plug the micro USB connector into the USB port in the training computer and the USB connector into the computer USB port.

  4. WebSync software starts automatically and the welcome window opens (you can also double-click the WebSync icon on your task bar/menu bar to start Websync).

    If you want to transfer training data, select Synchronize. If you want to connect to your training computer to modify settings and to transfer them to the training computer, select Training Computer.

For more information on transfering data and modifying training computer settings, see WebSync Help.

Utilize Polar Endurance Training Programs

Utilize the ready-made Polar Endurance Program for running or cycling, or create your own phased training sessions in polarpersonaltrainer.com. Transfer them to the training computer by using the USB cable and WebSync software. For more information, see polarpersonaltrainer.com Help.

Once you have transferred the program onto to your training computer, go to MENU > PROGRAM and press START. You can browse through the planned training sessions with UP/DOWN buttons and select the training session you want to do (for example Thu 26.8.Long run 20km). To start training press START.

For more information on Endurance programs, see Polar Endurance Training Program for Running and Cycling.

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