Polar Flow Web Service
In the Polar Flow web service, you can plan and analyze your training in detail and learn more about your performance. Set up and customize your watch to perfectly fit your training needs by adding sport profiles and editing their settings. You can also share the highlights of you training with your friends in the Flow community, sign up for your club's classes and get a personalized training program for a running event.
The Polar Flow web service also shows your daily activity goal completion percentage and the details of your activity, and helps you understand how your daily habits and choices affect your well-being.
You can set up your watch with your computer at flow.polar.com/start. There you are guided to download and install the FlowSync software for syncing data between your watch and the web service, and to create a user account for the web service. If you did the setup using a mobile device and the Flow app, you can log into the Flow web service with the credentials you created in the setup.
In Feed you can see what you and your friends have been up to lately. Check out the latest training sessions and activity summaries, share your best achievements, comment and like your friends' activities.
In Diary you can see your daily activity, sleep, planned training sessions (training targets), as well as review past training results.
In Progress you can follow your development with reports.
Training reports are a handy way to follow your progress in training over longer periods. In week, month and year reports you can choose the sport for the report. In custom period, you can choose both the period and the sport. Choose the time period and sport for report from the drop-down lists, and press the wheel icon to choose what data you want to view in the report graph.
With the help of the activity reports, you can follow the long-term trend of your daily activity. You can choose to view either daily, weekly or monthly reports. In the activity report you can also see your best days regarding daily activity, steps, calories and sleep from your chosen time period.
The Running Index report is a tool to help you monitor your long term Running Index development, and estimate your success in running 10k or a half marathon for example.
In the Cardio Load report you can follow how your Cardio Load builds up over time and see how your training loads have varied over the past week or months. Following your Cardio Load buildup helps you understand how your past training affects your performance today, plan future training and continue improving your fitness.
In the Flow Groups, Clubs and Events you can find fellow exercisers who train for the same event or in the same health club as you do. Or you can create your own group for the people you want to train with. You can share your exercises and training tips, comment other members’ training results and be part of the Polar Community. In Flow Clubs you can view class schedules and sign up for classes. Join in and get motivation from your social training communities!
The Polar 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. The Polar Running Programs are available for 5k, 10k, half marathon and marathon events, and consist of two to five running exercises per week depending on the program. It’s super simple!
For support and more information about using the Flow web service, go to, support.polar.com/en/support/flow.