LEG LUBE: It’s hard to break bad fueling habits if you don’t even know they’re problematic. That’s why people repeat the same mistakes. “A lot of cyclists form bad habits because they don’t think about food,” says Suzanne Girard Eberle, a sports dietitian and author of Endurance Sports Nutrition. By recognizing your downfalls you can forge a routine that ensures optimum energy on every ride. Here are six common pitfalls and how to change them.
1. Skipping Breakfast
2. Experimenting at the Wrong Time
3. Underfueling During Long Rides
4. Missing the Recovery Window
5. Not Drinking after Rides
6. Ignoring Seasonal Changes
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