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Polar Team2
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• To maximize the range of a Team² base station, it should be lifted 1.5 meters from the ground.
• To maximize the range of a Team² base station, it should be lifted 1.5 meters from the ground.
• Sport zones Polar sport zones mean a new level of ease in heart rate-based training. Training is divided into five sport zones based on the percentage of maximum heart rate. Sport zones provide an easy method to select and monitor training intensity. It also offers the option to design training programs based on Polar sport zones. Heart rate reserve The Karvonen formula is used to calculate exercise heart rate at a given percentage of training intensity. Add the resting heart rate to the given percentage of heart rate reserve Exercise HR = % of target intensity (HRmax – HRrest) + HRrest For example Target intensity 70 % HRR for a person with HRmax 200 bpm and HRrest 50 bpm HRR=200-50=150 Exercise HR = % of target intensity (HRmax – HRrest) + HRrest For example Target intensity 70 % HRR for a person with HRmax 200 bpm and HRrest 50 bpm HRR= 200-50=150 Exercise HR= 70% (200-50) + 50 = 0.7x 150 + 50 = 155 bpm To use the Karvonen formula, your true HRmax and HRrest values must be known. When using estimated HRmax or/and HRrest the values are, accordingly, only predictions. When cardiovascular fitness increases, resting heart rate will drop and the heart rate reserve will increase.
• Training Load Training Load is the measure of adaptive stimulus and fatigue caused by a single training session, a unit-less number typically ranging from 50-200. In weekly training, a Training Load around 1000 appears to represent maximally developing weekly stimulus. Athletes who are accustomed to heavy training volumes and/or train for temporary overreaching, may almost double their Training Load. Athletes need to fine-tune the timing and intensity, as well as recovery conditions, of each session. Recovery Time Recovery Time is a visual illustration of two recovery components: metabolism and muscle pain/inflammation. Learning from the effects of previous sessions and their consequences on Recovery Time, or forecasting the recovery time of coming sessions with the exercise management tool, enables coaches and athletes to control the total workload and to optimize the program. Recovery Time represents the minimum time needed to reverse stress and performance depression. If super-compensation is sought after temporary overreaching, the athlete has to mildly exceed the recovery time value before the next session. The additional recovery time required depends on recovery conditions, and may differ between individuals.
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1. 1. Mohamed Abdelnaby 27/6/2011 Al Ahly Club Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Welcome to Polar Team² Training
2. 2. POLAR TEAM² PRO SET Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Team² transmitters (10 pcs) with transmitter charger Team² base station with LAN and WLAN Team² software for PC Team² tutorial USB dongle and carry case base station training computers PC SW and tutorial CD USB dongle transmitter charger transmitters (10 pcs) Included in the Polar Team² Pro Set *
3. 3. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training <ul><li>Polar Team² base station: </li></ul><ul><li>- receives data from the transmitters and sends it to a PC </li></ul><ul><li>includes Bluetooth technology </li></ul><ul><li>monitors 28 players in real time </li></ul><ul><li>base stations can be linked together, raising maximum number of players to be monitored in real time up to 80 </li></ul><ul><li>- WLAN / LAN connection options with PC </li></ul><ul><li>- individual rechargeable battery </li></ul><ul><li>- 100-150 meter range </li></ul>POLAR TEAM² BASE STATION
4. 4. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Polar Team² software: - specially designed for team and group management - Windows compatible - monitors training load and recovery - includes tools for planning, real time monitoring, and reporting. POLAR TEAM² SOFTWARE
5. 5. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Polar Team² USB dongle: - saves data directly from the transmitters - a secondary option for downloading data from the transmitters when the base station is not in use. POLAR TEAM² USB DONGLE
6. 6. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Polar training computer: - receives and saves data from the transmitter - the Polar Team² transmitter is compatible with most Polar heart rate monitors and training computers. POLAR TRAINING COMPUTER
7. 7. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training <ul><li>Polar Team² transmitter: </li></ul><ul><li>receives and saves heart rate data, and sends it to the base station and training computer </li></ul><ul><li>secured Bluetooth real time connection </li></ul><ul><li>- 100+ meters range </li></ul><ul><li>- beat to beat ( R-R ) recording up to 48 hours </li></ul><ul><li>- memory 360 hours (5 sec recording rate) </li></ul><ul><li>- programmable transmitter </li></ul><ul><li>- comfortable textile strap </li></ul><ul><li>- compatible with most Polar training computers </li></ul>POLAR TEAM² TRANSMITTER
8. 8. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Polar Team² transmitter charger: - supplies power to the transmitters during off-line data transfer - inductive charging for ten transmitters - &quot;snap in&quot; transmitter attachment - simple wall attachment for charger POLAR TEAM² TRANSMITTER CHARGER
9. 9. DATA COMMUNICATION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor heart rates in real time Download data to analyze training View training data from your training computer Flexible data communication with USB dongle Polar Team² helps coaches monitor each player's heart rate in real time, enabling them to adjust intensities according to training objectives. Polar Team² transmitters communicate with the base station using Bluetooth technology covering the size of a football field. The base station distributes information through an Ethernet cable or WLAN to a PC, providing more flexibility in different weather conditions. Online data is automatically stored using the Polar Team² software. 1/2
10. 10. DATA COMMUNICATION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor heart rates in real time Download data to analyze training View training data from your training computer Flexible data communication with USB dongle Team² base stations can be linked together. This means that teams can have up to 80 players connected to the Team² system at the same time. When linking together base stations, one Team² base station acts as a primary base station, which is connected to a PC. The primary base station can have up to two secondary base stations. 2/2
11. 11. DATA COMMUNICATION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor heart rates in real time Download data to analyze training View training data from your training computer Flexible data communication with USB dongle Training data is always stored in the Polar Team² transmitters. Place the transmitters in the charger and simultaneously download to your computer. Use the Polar Team² software to analyze and plan training sessions - and help your players reach peak condition. To make sure you do not miss out on any information, the Polar Team² transmitter can be programmed to collect data without the base station. This is convenient when sending the team away for an individual training period.
12. 12. DATA COMMUNICATION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor heart rates in real time Download data to analyze training View training data from your training computer Flexible data communication with USB dongle By using Polar wrist units, team members can follow up on their training and analyze their personal development. Polar Team² transmitters are compatible with most Polar training computers.
13. 13. DATA COMMUNICATION Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor heart rates in real time Download data to analyze training View training data from your training computer Flexible data communication with USB dongle Download data from transmitters using a Polar Team² USB dongle. This is a simple method to retrieve data directly from the transmitters when the base station is not available.
14. 14. SPORT ZONES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Maximum Hard Moderate Light Very light Improves game fitness, i.e. the ability to repeatedly perform short bursts of high intensity exercise over a prolonged period of time. Can only be maintained for relatively short periods (2-4 mins). Very demanding, and adequate rest between sessions is important. Improves or maintains game fitness. Longer work periods can be used when exercising in this target zone. Work must be intermittent. Maintains game fitness. Exercising in this target zone is common with less than 48 hours before an event, or between games during intensive periods of the season. Speeds up the recovery process, and increases energy output to reach body composition goals. Speeds up the recovery process. Training in this target zone is desirable as part of recovery after a game. TARGET ZONE Intensity of maximum heart rate (HRmax) TRAINING BENEFIT
15. 15. THRESHOLDS Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Maximum Hard Moderate Light Very light TARGET ZONE Intensity of maximum heart rate (HRmax) - Anaerobic threshold (AT) is the point at which muscle exertion produces more lactic acid than the body can process. Anaerobic training typically lasts less than 2 minutes. - An athlete’s AT is usually 85%-90% of maximum heart rate. - Increases power, muscle mass, and the capacity to tolerate and remove lactic acid from the body. - Aerobic threshold (AeT) is a level of training at which lactate starts to accumulate in the body while still being able to process it. - AeT is approximately 75% of maximum heart rate. - Aerobic exercise, which can be performed for longer periods of time, improves cardiovascular fitness and endurance. - Training below the aerobic threshold doesn't accumulate noticeable amounts of lactate, and therefore can be performed for long periods of time. - Aids recovery and improves metabolism. Anaerobic thresholds Aerobic thresholds
16. 16. HEART RATE RESERVE Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Maximum Hard Moderate Light Very light Heart rate reserve (HRR) is the difference between resting heart rate (HRrest) and maximum heart rate (HRmax). HRR= HRmax – HRrest. The greater the difference, the larger your heart rate reserve and the greater your range of potential training heart rate intensities. Heart rate reserve is used when determining training heart rates.
17. 17. TRAINING LOAD AND RECOVERY Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training <ul><li>How hard was the training session and how much time is needed for recovery? </li></ul><ul><li>Polar has developed the Training Load parameter which enables coaches and athletes to, </li></ul><ul><li>- control total workload </li></ul><ul><li>- optimize training </li></ul><ul><li>- compare training load and recovery time of different training sessions </li></ul><ul><li>monitor performance development </li></ul><ul><li>Factors affecting training load and recovery time: </li></ul><ul><li>- training type </li></ul><ul><li>- training intensity </li></ul><ul><li>- duration </li></ul><ul><li>- individual factors </li></ul>
18. 18. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Tom Paul Defender Age: 23 Weight:70 kg HRmax:207 Avg. heart rate: 148 Offensive player Age: 26 Weight: 75 kg HRmax: 198 Avg. heart rate: 159 Football training session 90 min. Football training session 90 min. Training load 174 Training load 256 Recovery time Recovery time Different players withstand different training loads and recovery time, even for the same training session. Individual factors affecting training load and recovery time include - age - weight - VO2max - aerobic and anaerobic threshold values - heart rate during training Continuous monitoring of training load and recovery will help - recognize personal limits - adjust intensity and duration according to daily and weekly targets.
19. 19. SOFTWARE OVERVIEW Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training MANAGE TEAM TRAINING PLAN TRAINING VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING SHARE REPORTS MANAGE TEAM TRAINING Polar Team² Software is designed for team and group training management. Software includes: Training Calendar Online Training Training Session Log Training Reports
20. 20. SOFTWARE OVERVIEW Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training MANAGE TEAM TRAINING PLAN TRAINING VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING SHARE REPORTS PLAN TRAINING Training Calendar Create a successful season with a comprehensive planning and follow-up tool. - create your season and periodize it - design detailed training sessions - follow-up past sessions - follow-up the recovery status for each player
21. 21. SOFTWARE OVERVIEW Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training MANAGE TEAM TRAINING PLAN TRAINING VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING SHARE REPORTS VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE Online Training Optimize your team's training to reach objectives. - monitor the effort of each team member in real time - monitor all data collected from the players in one single view - monitor selected players heart rates in a curve format. - compare heart rate curve to previous results in real time - bring up the key information in full screen mode
22. 22. SOFTWARE OVERVIEW Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training MANAGE TEAM TRAINING PLAN TRAINING VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING SHARE REPORTS VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING Training Session Log Refine, modify, and save data for further analysis and reporting in Training Session Log. - access the data easily with the search function - see instantly the overall effort of every individual - provides comprehensive information collected at a specific point in time - mark, name, and save any phases you need in reports
23. 23. SOFTWARE OVERVIEW Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training MANAGE TEAM TRAINING PLAN TRAINING VIEW HEART RATE ONLINE VIEW AND ANALYZE TRAINING SHARE REPORTS SHARE REPORTS Training reports All necessary information can be found in Training Reports. - access the data easily with the search function - define and save the specified search criteria - create reports - share the information and give feedback
24. 24. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Plan and follow up a successful season with the Team² software Training Calendar. Plan and follow-up
25. 25. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Plan your team's season by naming, describing, and scheduling the training periods. Saved training periods may be used to plan upcoming seasons. Training periods
26. 26. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Create and save different types of training sessions: assign a theme, time, phases, and duration. Then select training load and calculate recovery time. Training sessions
27. 27. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Easily see and compare players' cumulative recovery time for the week in Calendar view. Color indicators: Green = Well recovered Yellow = Not fully recovered Red = Insufficient recovery time Recovery time
28. 28. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training View multiple online parameters like the heart rate and training load of different players in the Online List view. List view
29. 29. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor the online heart rate of selected players with the visual Online Curve view. Click the Comparison curve to compare players’ heart rate data to previous training sessions or to test values. Curve view
30. 30. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Compare one player's online heart rate curve to the previous training session or to a test curve in the Online Comparison curve view. Comparison curve
31. 31. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Monitor key online data of selected players at a glance, or bring up the information in full screen mode. Grid view
32. 32. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training
33. 33. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Have an instant look at the overall effort of every individual during the training session in the Training Session Log Complete Session view. Complete session
34. 34. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training See detailed information of singled out points in time in the Details view. Details
35. 35. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Mark, name, and save phases and create search criteria for easy report viewing. See summary information of selected phases in the Summary view. Summary
36. 36. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Follow-up and analyze the training data of individual player with the Training Reports By player -view. You can create your favorite report list or search information with selected search criteria. By player
37. 37. SOFTWARE KEY FEATURES Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training Compare specified training data (e.g. training load) of selected players with the Training Reports Summary view. Summary
38. 38. Thanks Mohamed Abdelnaby 27/6/2011 Al Ahly Club Polar Running and Cycling Training Polar Team² Training