Chris Carmichael's Food for Fitness by Chris Carmichael

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Chris Carmichael was as an Olympian and a professional cyclist before becoming a renowned coach, best-selling author, and entrepreneur. He has coached 7-time Tour de France Champion Lance Armstrong since 1990, was recognized as the U.S. Olympic Committee Coach of the Year, and he was inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in 2003. He served as the Men's Road Coach for the U.S. Olympic Cycling Team during the 1992 Olympic Games, and was the Head Coach for the U.S. Cycling Team for the 1996 Olympic Games. After coaching Armstrong through his comeback from cancer and first Tour de France victory, Chris founded Carmichael Training Systems (CTS) in order to make world-class coaching expertise available to the public. In addition, Chris has created more than a dozen training DVDs and authored five books, including the New York Times bestseller The Ultimate Ride (2003), Chris Carmichael's Food for Fitness (2004), and 5 Essentials for a Winning Life (2006).Jim Rutberg is the Editorial Director and a coach for Carmichael Training Systems, and co-author, with Carmichael, of The Ultimate Ride, Chris Carmichael's Food for Fitness, Chris Carmichael's Fitness Cookbook, The Carmichael Training Systems Cyclist's Training Diary, 5 Essentials for a Winning Life, and innumerable web and magazine articles. His work has appeared in Bicycling, Outside, Men's Health, Men's Journal, VeloNews, Triathlete, Inside Triathlon, and more.
Published April 5, 2005 by Berkley. 448 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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The amount of energy you burn changes as you go through weeks, months and a year of training, and eating the same basic number of calories all year results in over- and under-eating during certain months.

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