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Thread: Polar F6 Watch

  1. #16
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    I figured out after my run what the zone based on my weight/height/age they had assigned to me was. I do think for my weight and height and probably in a slightly better than average shape so this zone may or may not be right. Tomorrow night I plan to program my Own Zone, if I have the patience for that! Also last night I got off work and just figured out enough prior to running to use it so a couple nights of reading up are in order. Maybe after that I will see if true HR training is for me, what I looked up this morning was way over my head!

    I must say this thing is extremely easy to use though. I just pushed the button that the arrow marked on the face by the sticker (out of package) and put in the stuff. I didn't even read the book to program for me and then later I fumbled around and figured out the diary and file information. Which is cool since I didn't feel like reading, I wanted to play with it! I am not very good with gadgets, it needs to be pretty much I push the button and viola!
    Amanda

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  2. #17
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    Compared to the preceding model in the same series (Polar F4), the Polar F6 heart rate monitor has got much better capabilities to track and analyse the results of your training through the days and the weeks. It gives you a good picture of the progress you have been making.

 

 

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