Internationally Renowned Aerobatic Pilot Featured on Fill Your Plate
01/06/2011

Fill Your Plate’s 𠇌elebrity Q&A” Features Kellie and Kirby Chambliss, an internationally-renowned aerobatic couple. Kellie, Kirby’s wife, highlights her love for Arizona cooking and how to keep a competitive pilot healthy and well fed.

Online PR News – 06-January-2011 – – Pilot’s wife talks about keeping him healthy and enjoying Arizona foods!

Arizona, January 4, 2011 – Fill Your Plate’s 𠇌elebrity Q&A” Features Kellie and Kirby Chambliss, an internationally-renowned aerobatic couple. Kellie, Kirby’s wife, highlights her love for Arizona cooking and how to keep a competitive pilot healthy and well fed. Kirby Chambliss is a World class aerobatics pilot and competitor in the Red Bull Air Race World Series where he won the championship in 2006.

Winning top honors in his very first aerobatic contest, Chambliss worked his way up to the elite "unlimited" level. In 1997, he became member and then captain of the US Aerobatic Team. He won five U.S. national championships and multiple medals at the world championships.

Chambliss enjoys performing in traditional air shows throughout the year when he is not training or competing. In fact, Chambliss will be performing at Luke Air Force Base March 17-20th. To stay in shape for enormous g-forces and exact timing, he trains three times a day, four days a week in the sky … and eats healthy thanks to Kellie.

An accomplished pilot herself, Kellie advocates home-cooked meals when possible and nutrient dense foods as part of your diet.

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