- COMFORT: Polar Verity Sense keeps your wrist free for maximum comfort and freedom of movement. Just slip it on your upper or lower arm, clip it on your swimming goggles or place it snug and firm against your skin under tight-fitting clothing.
- CONVENIENCE: With only one button, using Polar Verity Sense couldn’t be easier. Just switch it on and put it on your arm or temple and you’re ready to start your workout right away.
- CONNECTIVITY: Bluetooth and ANT+ guarantee a large variety of devices that you can connect Polar Verity Sense with. You can have two simultaneous Bluetooth connections.
- VERSATILITY: Polar Verity Sense suits countless different sports. You can either follow your heart rate in real time on a connected device or app or record your session and transfer your data to your phone afterwards.
- SWIMMER’S BEST COMPANION: Conveniently in its swimming goggle strap clip against your temple, Polar Verity Sense tracks your heart rate, distance and pace automatically in the pool.
Polar Verity Sense
Optical heart rate monitor that works in any and all sports
Polar Verity Sense is a versatile high-quality optical heart rate monitor that measures heart rate from your arm or temple.
It comes with an armband and a swimming goggle strap clip, and it’s very easy to use. It has Polar’s reliable optical HR solution and connects with Bluetooth and ANT+.
WHY IS HEART RATE TRAINING THE SMART WAY TO WORKOUT?
Using real-time heart rate data during your workouts means you have instant insight into how your body is responding. This means you’ll be training smarter, which is always better than simply training harder.
In a nutshell, smart training that leads to results is based on three variables:
- Frequency: How many times you exercise during a period of time, for example per week.
- Duration: How long you exercise at a time, usually counted in minutes.
- Intensity: This one is a bit more complicated – and that’s where your heart rate comes in.
Your heart rate is one of the best indicators of how hard your body is working during training. Instead of trying to “guestimate” the intensity of your workout, your best bet is to rely on your heart rate which is a trackable number, just like frequency and duration.