A Star premium feature, we dive into charts, time in zones, and zone configuration and creation to help you get the most out of your heart rate training. Coming soon.
To schedule a basic workout, tap Activity Options (gear icon) under the activity type you want to schedule, and tap Schedule. If you would like to schedule a route or routine you typically do, you can do it within the sub-menu of the activity type, or tap the menu icon in the routine details, and … Read more
Routes are GPS tracks of places you’ve been and tracked. If you frequent a particular path or route, which most of us do, this is the option for you. Track your neighborhood runs, rides, and walks. See how they compare with each other. See the route on the maps, and even assign heart rate zones … Read more
Heart Rate Monitors Power Sensors Steps & Foot Pods Cadence Speed & Cadence Speed Ready to get started in the world of health and fitness sensors? You came to the right place! Choose your sensor above to learn more.
Ever want to race on Zwift, but also record with one of our other fitness apps like iCardio or Spinning Connect, but due to the new Zwift requirements for including Power (Watts) in your tracking, you couldn’t? Now you can, using the C.A.B.L.E. device from North Pole Engineering! That way, you can pair Power with … Read more
Integrating YouTube videos into your workouts is fun and easy! Now get motivated from your favorite YouTube workout gurus, and keep track of your efforts for the ultimate in credit – tracked results! A featureLearn more! Select the Workout Type you want to do on the home screen. Select the workout type on your main … Read more
We’ve expanded the friends & team capabilities to now support following and followers of the athlete in all of us! Support each other as we workout together, yet apart. Now in addition to teams as a way to stay connected, we’ve released a Follower / Following friends feature. Anyone with an account can … Read more
Visual Alerts Once you have your Heart Rate Zones set up, the next step is managing the feedback you get and see while you are training. Go to Activity Options (Gear) > Options > Zones > My Heart Zones. Popup Alert Puts up a visual popup on the device screen showing information regarding heart rate … Read more
Since we first started tracking heart rate on the iPhone back in 2010 (anyone remember the iPhone 2?), we’ve used the same default heart rate zones and calculations for maximum heart rates as our defaults – 220-Age was the maximum heart rate for anyone, and zones were cut up 10% per zone – period – … Read more
View for Apple Watch • View for Android Fitdigits is compatible with Polar (H10, H7, OH1 and many others), Wahoo TICKR, Zephyr, Scosche Rhythm+ and Rhythm 24, and hundreds of other Bluetooth Low Energy (also known as BLE or Bluetooth 4.0) sensors. PAIRING A HEART RATE MONITOR Put the Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) on per the … Read more