Topic: Nutrition

Recipes: Apricot and Toasted Almond Yogurt

  Apricot – Toasted Almond Yogurt This recipe is a great breakfast option because it's quick to make and not too heavy on calories, but it has plenty of protein and a bit of fat to keep you satisfied through the morning. If you don't eat dairy, you can try substituting a non-dairy soy or…

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Cyclists Eat Too Much!

I’ve been a cyclist for a few years, and although I lost 15 pounds when I first started riding, I just can’t seem to lose the next 15 – despite riding about 10 hours a week. What gives? –          Mark R. – Milwaukee, WI I travel and participate in a lot of events, from charity…

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Burning Away That Winter Weight

By Renee Eastman, CTS Premier Coach Early in the year, every year, all manner of people are looking to lose some weight. Maybe you had a little too much fun at Holiday parties, or maybe there was enough snow and cold weather to keep you off your bike. Whatever the cause, a few pounds is nothing…

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Clearing Common Sports Nutrition Hurdles

By CTS Coaching Staff We spend a lot of my time counseling athletes on their nutrition choices during training and competition, especially as part of the “Race Day Nutrition Planning” service offered by CTS. After doing several hundred of these planning sessions with athletes, common threads have emerged. Some of the most common hurdles we…

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Chris Carmichael Blog: Too Much of Good Thing? Hardly.

Here’s the inevitable problem with citing research studies: you can almost always find a study that will “prove”, “indicate”, or “suggest” the exact opposite of the point you’re trying to make. And thus it was with great chagrin that I read the recent NY Times Blog “When exercise is too much of a good thing”….

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