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Get Personalized Hydration Advice Based On Your Sweat Rate Using EatMyRide

The amount of fluid you need during exercise depends on the amount of sweat you loose while working out. With EatMyRide you always know how much fluid to take to stay hydrated.

Modelling Carbohydrate Requirements During Exercise: An Overview of The EatMyRid...

Exercising requires energy. The two main sources of energy are fat and carbohydrates. Understanding and modelling the fat and carbohydrate requirements during exercise is important for a proper nutrition plan.

The Resting Metabolic Rate: Why It Is Relevant For Athletes And How You Can Know...

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) represents the amount of energy an athlete's body uses to sustain basic functions at rest. In this blog, we'll delve into what RMR is, why it is relevant for athletes and how it can be estimated. We also explain the benefits of a physical RMR test.

Get Eat And Drink Alerts On Your Garmin Watch With The EatMyRide Simple Nutritio...

With the EatMyRide Simple Nutrition Planner Data Field you can get your nutrition and drink plan on your Garmin watches and get reminders when to eat and drink. Check out here whether it is compatible with your device and how you can install it and set it up.

Three Ways How Evaluating Your Nutrition Intake Helps You To Perform Better

Measuring is knowing, so goes the conventional wisdom. This also applies to nutrition intake during endurance exercise. While EatMyRide helps to plan your nutrition on beforehand, the app also enables you to get detailed insights afterwards. These insights can help you massively to improve your performance. Here’s how.

How To Start Using EatMyRide As a Coach

Getting started using EatMyRide as coach is fairly simple. In this guide we will take you through the steps you will have to take.

The 3 Rules Of Optimal Post-Workout Nutrition

No matter how hard you are training, if you don’t provide your body with the right nutrients after training, you are missing out on your hard work. Especially if you train almost daily, it is key to recover quickly from each workout.

Training Your Stomach | Training The Gut #2

Do you ever feel bloated when consuming a lot of fluids on the bike? This can easily happen during a endurance events in hot conditions. To prevent this and to improve gastric emptying, one can train the stomach. It is an important part of training the gut.

Training Your Nutrition Intake | Training The Gut #1

Carbohydrates and fluids are essential during prolonged exercise. By training your gut you can increase your intake while reducing gastrointestinal issues.

A Simple Guide to Syncing Your EatMyRide Data to Your Garmin

Are you using one of the EatMyRide apps on your Garmin cycling computer or smartwatch? Then we have good news for you: syncing your data to the Garmin apps is now much easier.