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.
Planning and tracking nutrition is at the very core of the EatMyRide application. Over the last months we have made several improvements to make this more convenient. In this article we highlight some of the changes we made.
We are bringing an update to the Carbohydrate Burn / Intake Balancer for Garmin: select your own food in the app and use this on the data field instead of the generic nutrition products.
Do you have a goal for next year, like a long race or Gran Fondo? Then this is the perfect time to start tracking your progress. In this guide we explain how you can use EatMyRide for this.
In the EatMyRide app you can connect your TrainingPeaks account to get nutrition plans for your planned workouts. In this article we explain how you can do this and we address some of the most asked questions.
If you have done long bike rides in the past, you will know that carbohydrate intake is essential during those rides. But you might sometimes wonder why a certain hourly carbohydrate intake is advised and why it is different per ride. In this blog we elaborate on the 5 factors that are crucial when it
Riding a long tour or GranFondo is a big test to yourself, for your legs but also for your metabolism. How can you make sure you do all the right things for optimal performance? Manage your carbohydrates Most cyclists have dealt with it at some point: the man with the hammer. Once you meet him
Taking enough carbohydrates during your rides is vital. With the EatMyRide Carbohydrate Burn/Intake Balancer for Garmin you can track your carbohydrate burn and intake in realtime.
Nutrition is one of the most important factors when it comes to cycling performance. With EatMyRide cycling coaches can nail the nutrition for their athletes.
Your personal metabolism hugely impacts your carbohydrate burn during cycling and therefore also how your optimal nutrition plan should look like.