Chris Carmichael's Food for Fitness: Eat Right to Train Right

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Penguin, Apr 5, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 448 pages
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From the New York Times Bestselling Authors comes the foods, the recipes, and the preparation methods you need to achieve your fitness, health, and weight-loss goals.
 
Active people require a nutrition program that keeps pace with their busy lifestyles and changing fitness goals, and that means eating the right foods to support their activity level throughout the year. Finding the right foods that supply fuel for more energy helps people achieve better fitness and enhanced health and weight loss.
 
Chris Carmichael, the coach of one of the world’s greatest athletes, teams up with renowned chef Mark Tarbell to offer healthful recipes that provide the energy, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants active individuals need to perform at their best. Elite athletes and weekend warriors alike have used Carmichael’s innovative nutrition periodization program to lead active, healthy, and high-energy lifestyles; now the foods and recipes they enjoy are available to everyone.
 

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Contents

Making the Right Choices
An Athletes Guide to Carbohydrates
Setting the Record Straight on LowCarb Diets for Athletes
An Athletes Guide to Protein

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Chris Carmichael is an endurance coach and adviser to Olympic athletes and teams around the world. He is Lance Armstrong's personal coach, as well as coach to athletes of all levels. During 1997 and 1998, Chris dedicated his time and talents to shaping Lance Armstrong's return from cancer to professional racing. In 1999, he founded Carmichael Training Systems (CTS) to bring quality coaching to elite athletes and active people alike.

 

"I would not be a six-time Tour de France champion without [Chris Carmichael]." —Lance Armstrong

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