Be it fitness goals or actual run timings, everyone has an objective in mind. But not everyone gets the help they need. With Polar’s latest fitness tracker, the A370, you’ll be getting the support you deserve 24/7.
Maybe you think you’re a lone wolf that works out without any help. You might want to reconsider if you fit the bill. See if you’re one of the 6 types of people listed here that will need the Polar A370 - The perfect companion for a balance between staying active and having a great rest.
The gym rats
Timing your rests while checking your heart rate in-between has never been easier. With the Polar A370’s integrated heart rate and stopwatch feature, you won’t have to use two separate devices that may throw you off your workout.
As some would know, rest time is crucial to ensure you get a sufficient period to recover. But the heart rate sensor keeps you in check, especially if you’re pushing a little too hard. Keep the grind, but stay safe.
The 9 to 5 warriors
Not that much of a fitness freak but still want ensure that you are moving about during the day? The Polar A370 counts every step you take, but also reminds you if you’re in need of a walk. Without being overbearing during your meetings, the A370 sends vibrations to you when it senses that you’ve been sitting way too long.
But it’s not just a fitness companion you can rely on. The fitness tracker still gives you alerts from your phone’s notification - From phone calls to meeting reminders to messages. It’s your trainer and your assistant on your wrist.
Who says you can’t stay fit while working in an office?
The long runners
Marathon runners understand that keeping up with a pace is critical to finishing your distance especially if it's as long as 42km. With the Polar A370's pace tracker, you'll be constantly updated on adjustments you should make with your pace depending on the goal time you have in mind.
Plus, when the A370 is connected to your phone it uses your phone’s GPS signal to measure your speed and distance on your runs. Talk about accurate pace-keeping at its best.