Polar OH1 | Swimming With Heart Rate

Welcome to swimming with the
Polar OH1 heart rate sensor. In this video you’ll see how to record heart rate
data when swimming. Before training the OH1 needs to be set up. You can do this with the Polar Beat mobile app. Try both holders on your goggle strap to see which one stays in place better. Then put the OH1 inside the holder with the leds facing your skin and the button facing up. Push the holder as far as it goes
so that it sits snugly on the strap. Wear the sensor on your left temple if you breath in from your left side when swimming freestyle… …and vice-versa if you breath in from your right side. When pressing the OH1 button once
the sensor turns on. When pressing the button twice OH1 starts recording with its built-in memory and the light blinks twice. When the sensor is worn correctly the white light turns green which means heart rate is found. Polar OH1´s built-in memory can store
up to 200 hours of training data. OH1 stops recording when pressing
and holding the button. To maintain water resistance do not press
the OH1 button under water. When OH1 has recorded a training session
with its built-in memory you can sync it to the Polar Beat mobile app
for further analysis. Press the OH1 button once and open Polar Beat. Wait until syncing is completed. All training sessions are done with the “Other indoor” sport profile by default. You can change the sport profile by tapping
the sport profile icon and also add a picture to your session and share it. Have fun ! You

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