Research on the Application of Polar Heart Rate Meter in the Football Training

  • Zhengyu Li
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 163)


With the development of modern science and technology and economic and social progress, people’s growing material and cultural needs of the new period of football sports proposed a more strict requirements. Based on the football training as the research object, by the Polar heart rate table for starting point, take investigation method Polar heart rate monitors from the important role in football training, the heart rate, in football training application, the difference of the test method, movement heart rate and the relationship between the strength of heart rate and the target heart rate set of this a few aspects, the more detailed analysis and explained, and then demonstrates the Polar heart rate table in a comprehensive and in-depth reflect football player physiological accord with distribution and even for football coaches to make a scientific and rational training program in the course of the play a very important role and significance.


Heart rate meter Football training Physiological load Age; information technology 



With sports especially football training the popularity of the sport and the world within the scope of the widely used, Finland to the development of this a Polar heart ratemeter by its outstanding performance gradually attracted all over the world excellent athletes and professional athletes attention, football coaches also through the Polar heart ratemeter of high-tech physiological feedback technology to achieve the training plan formulated the rationality and timeliness, in this paper, the Polar heart ratemeter football training in the application are briefly analyzed and illustration, hope for the future research will provide some of the opinions and Suggestions.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Henan Business CollegeZhengzhouChina

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