Tagged: sports nutrition

Bicycling Magazine Column: 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…

Read the full article

Press Release: CTS Announced as Official Coaching and Sports Science Partner of BMC-Hincapie Sportswear Development Team

For immediate release Carmichael Training Systems partners with the BMC-Hincapie Sportswear Development Cycling Team (February 8, 2012 – Colorado Springs, CO) – Carmichael Training Systems has partnered with the BMC-Hincapie Sportswear Development Cycling Team as the team’s Official Coaching and Sports Science Partner. Carmichael Training Systems will be conducting lactate threshold testing on the UCI…

Read the full article

Clearing Common Sports Nutrition Hurdles

By Ryan Kohler, CTS Coach and Sports Nutritionist I 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…

Read the full article

The Great Gluten Question: To go gluten-free or not?

By Ryan Kohler and Jim Rutberg To go or not to go, gluten-free that is. For many people that seems to be the question right now. We’ve all seen articles about gluten and fluten-free diets, and as a sports nutritionist, we get the question all the time – should I go gluten-free? Is it healthier,…

Read the full article