"I think splitting is the way to go but definitely may take some tweaking. I need around 26 units/daily and with increased training sometimes less. Regardless, my morning dosage is a bit higher at 14 units and my evening dosage is around 12 units. If…"
I see there have been a ton of responses so I won't bore you. With my racing, 6-7 hours straight at times, good glucose management is still possible and especially with the tools you have. Maybe start a touch higher than you normally…"
Congratulations to Matt on getting on a team for next racing season!!! That is awesome!! I am sure riding a new Cannondale won't hurt either!! I have loved my CAAD7 and the CAAD10 is a top notch racing frame and setup! Very nice! My…"
"Not really the same as being able to see it right there in front of you on the handlebars but a good way to have it readily viewable and safe is to put it in an iPod arm band. You can see here I race with mine set up this way and can seee through…"
Good Morning. Are you out riding in this heat> It is 90's here. The city is covered in smoke. The minute we opened the garage door the smoke hit us in the face. Forest fires all around us burned thousands of acres .NO rain. We might get some Driday. My BG was 114. I get the scond set of SUPARTZ in my kknees Tuesday. I think it is helping. I hope you are in good control biking and having a great day. I care. Reed
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