Running Nutrition Analysis

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This is quick and easy. Just enter a few details about your run that lets us do the calculations, and we’ll give you a FREE customized analysis and set of recommendations that includes:

 

  • calorie burn rate
  • METs (metabolic equivalents)
  • recommended calorie intake
  • best type of calories to use
  • water and fluid recommendations
  • electrolyte recommendations
  • detailed questions and answers
  • quick, easy and 100% FREE

Analysis and recommendations are based on research by the American College of Sports Medicine and other independent organizations.

Cycling Nutrition Analysis

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This is quick and easy. Just enter a few details about your ride (distance, duration, climbing, etc.) that lets us do the calculations, and we’ll give you a FREE customized analysis and set of recommendations that includes:

  • calorie burn rate
  • METs (metabolic equivalents)
  • recommended calorie intake
  • best type of calories to use
  • water and fluid recommendations
  • electrolyte recommendations
  • calculations account for feet of climbing and wind if known
  • detailed questions and answers
  • quick, easy and 100% FREE

Analysis and recommendations are based on research by the American College of Sports Medicine and other independent organizations.

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