Eating Well in the New Year with The Feed Zone Cookbook

Racing Weight RW2Many endurance athletes have read Matt Fitzgerald’s book Racing Weight: How to Get Lean for Peak Performance. If you were successful in following that book’s chapter on eating throughout the year and avoiding holiday weight gain, you’ve gained no more than 8 percent of your racing weight through egg nog, holiday cookies, and family-related over-drinking! (Find some overviews on the 8-percent Rule and Racing Weight in this video series.)

While you may have resolved to slim down in 2012, perhaps using Racing Weight or the Racing Weight Quick Start Guide, it’s very important for athletes to continue to get enough calories to support their training. It’s even more important for everyone to eat real foods and avoid pre-packaged, highly processed pseudo-foods.

This is where The Feed Zone Cookbook comes in. Most of the book’s recipes include a handful of common ingredients and require just 30 minutes of prep time. Eat well in 2012 and start today with 15 free recipes we offer for download from this website. Check out the free recipes in the Test Kitchen and these just-for-fun recipes.

The Feed Zone Cookbook cover image 250pwBuy The Feed Zone Cookbook from your local bike, tri, or running shop or from these booksellers:

2 Comments on “Eating Well in the New Year with The Feed Zone Cookbook

  1. When will “The Feed Zone Cookbook” be back in stock at the major retailers, Amazon, B&N, WalMart? They’re all out of stock and other small resellers on Amazon have marked the price up to $50-80+.

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