I had such a blast with my first book, I knew I wanted to follow it up with another, and make it even better. In addition to the recipes, it’s also got 25 pages of nutrition advice that you can use to plan your meals like a pro. It’s got all my secrets in it – you’ll see the exact dietary strategies I use to help my clients shed fat, my athletes excel on the court, and keep myself lean and healthy despite my busy lifestyle. 104 pages of beautiful full color photos, easy-to-follow recipes and articles are a great way to inspire yourself to eat healthier.
Whether you’re looking to excel as an athlete or just reach your personal best in fitness and health, this book has all the info to take you there.
Some of the highlights from Fuel Up:
- 75 recipes, every one with full color photos and complete nutrition breakdown
- A kitchen and fridge makeover guide
- Shopping lists including my favorite brand name items
- How to recover optimally from workouts while shedding fat
- What food labels really say
Want a taste?
Here’s the About the Author page, and the Table of Contents for all the recipes. (Click to enlarge.)
Click the button below to purchase your copy. International buyers, check out Amazon.com for your copy as they can usually ship it to you for cheaper than I can.
What other people are saying about Fuel Up“Your book IS AWESOME!! There are so many recipes that I want to try – I had a brain freeze running through it. I wanted to start putting bookmarks until I realized it won’t be useful if there’s a bookmark every page I have many cookbooks and yours is the first one I can recommend to friends and family that are not into the same lifestyle, i.e. very active and against mainstream for eating habits. I have Johnny Bowden’s book, Precision Nutrition’s Gourmet Nutrition cookbook, Dave Ruel’s anabolic cookbook, the Thrive cookbook, the primal blueprint cookbook, Men’s Health belly off… you name it I probably have it or looked at it. Yours is king of the hill.
Your recipes are super appealing and they are not scary in terms of prep or ingredients. It’s hard to describe, but it’s like you find the sweet spot between simple, tasty and classic. For example:Overdoing simplicity-> one of my books has a recipe of boiled chicken in apple cider vinegar…boiled chicken in vinegar, really??
Overdoing the tasty department-> one of my books has a recipe ingredient list that extends a full page and then some, I’m not likely to even try that – I’d end up stuck with tons of leftover ingredients that will spoil. Recipes aside, I’m giving you a virtual hug for making a cookbook that stands flat on the counter. That’s a pet peeve of mine when I need to use something to keep it open – yet they are all like that.” – Michel “By the way, we LOVE cooking recipes from Fuel Up… everything in it is delicious! You’re the best!” – Kim
Did you know Fuel Up is available as an Android Application?
It’s handy to have Fuel Up on your phone, so you can read it anywhere, and bring the cookbook to the store to pick up ingredients! Read more….