On Saturday, November 14th, Chris Carmichael, personal coach to cancer survivor and seven-time Tour de France champion, Lance Armstrong, will be on the John F. Kennedy University campus to speak about his coaching, his career, and to promote his new book, Time-Crunched Cyclist: Fit, Fast, and Powerful in 6
Hours a Week.
The Time-Crunched Cyclist presents a new way to achieve superior fitness and power, by leveraging busy athletes’ limited time to unlock the power of high-intensity workouts and get fast in less time. This revolutionary new training plan is presented in a time-efficient method through detailed training plans, case studies, nutritional guidelines, and proven success stories.
The Time-Crunched Training Program starts with the CTS Field Test, which is an established endurance, power and strength test used to assess a cyclist’s initial personal training intensities. The book includes four detailed training plans and all associated workout instructions, strategies on how to properly fuel for these high-intensity or interval workouts, and tips on how to tweak riding style to capitalize on “time-crunched” fitness and power.
Carmichael, Founder and CEO of Carmichael Training Systems and 1999 US Olympic Committee Coach of the Year, will also be honored with the Kennedy Laureate Award during a formal event at the Blackhawk Museum in Danville, California.
The evening program will include the following:
Cocktail Reception and Silent Auction
Elegant Dinner Catered by Scott’s Seafood Grill
Kennedy Laureate Award Program
Music and Dancing
Live Auction (including an autographed Lance Armstrong jersey)
Tickets & Sponsorship
General: $150/person (10 per table) and VIP Reception and Dinner: $250/person; Sponsor tables also available at four different levels:
$10,000 “Tour de France” Sponsor
$5,000 “USA Cycling Team” Sponsor
$3,000 “Endurance Training” Sponsor
$1,500 “Health and Fitness” Sponsor
All proceeds from this dinner directly benefit JFK University programs and students who might otherwise not have an opportunity to pursue higher education.
For more information, visit The JFKU Laureate website or contact Anne Marie Taylor at 925.969.3491 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.