Power Eating-4th Edition

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Human Kinetics, Aug 8, 2013 - Health & Fitness - 376 pages
More than a sports nutrition book, Power Eating is a scientific blueprint for helping strength and power athletes achieve superior performance. All chapters and meal plans in this updated edition reflect the latest research to enable competitive and novice athletes to gain power, reduce body fat, build muscle, tighten mental focus, and enhance training.
 

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About the author (2013)

Susan M. Kleiner, PhD, RD, FACN, CNS, FISSN, is the nutrition authority on eating for strength, and her Power Eating program has reshaped the lives of thousands. She is the owner of High Performance Nutrition, LLC, a consulting firm based in Mercer Island, Washington.

Dr. Kleiner has worked as a nutrition consultant to the Seattle Seahawks (including quarterback Matt Hasselbeck), Seattle SuperSonics, Miami Heat, Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Repertory Project Dance Company. Among her many national and international championship clients are 2008 Olympic BMX bronze medalist, three-time mountain bike 4X world champion, and two-time national downhill champion Jill Kintner; 2006 U.S. women's ice hockey Olympian Kelly Stephens; and 2004-2006 U.S. women's masters Olympic weightlifting world champion Trish Zuccotti.

Dr. Kleiner is an internationally renowned author, speaker, and columnist. For her doctoral research on the cardiovascular disease risks of diet and anabolic steroid use in competitive male bodybuilders, Dr. Kleiner received a Young Investigator Award in 1987 from the American College of Nutrition. She is a fellow and cofounder of the International Society of Sports Nutrition and a fellow of the American College of Nutrition as well as a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Dr. Kleiner resides in Mercer Island, Washington.

Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, PhD, is a leading health and medical writer in the United States. She has authored or coauthored more than 30 books on nutrition, exercise, weight loss, psychological health, and other health-related issues, among them The Biggest Loser, a New York Times best-seller that is the official diet and fitness book for NBC's hit reality show of the same name. Some of her most recent books are 20/20 Thinking, Good Carbs Vs. Bad Carbs, and Foods That Combat Cancer. Greenwood-Robinson has appeared on numerous television and radio shows, including the Dr. Phil Show and NBC's Dateline. She has also written articles that have appeared in the magazines Shape, Let's Live, Great Life, American Health, Physical, Muscle and Fitness, and MuscleMag International. A frequent speaker on issues concerning health, anti-aging, nutrition, and exercise, Greenwood-Robinson is a member of the Dr. Phil Show advisory board and serves on the advisory board of Physical magazine. Greenwood-Robinson resides in Flower Mound, Texas.

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