I have been thinking about pulling the trigger on getting a coach to help me get to my full potential and maximize the gains for the amount of work I put into cycling. I have heard all of the pros and cons of paying for a coach and have become a believer so what I'm really interested and haven't been able to get a good answer for is what the average coach should offer in the way of help. I know that they help you build workouts and help you figure out the best strategy to win during races but do they also help you with your nutrition? Should they also be willing to ride with you so much a week? Should they meet with you every so often in person and figure out how your coming along or do they usually just do it by email with you giving them your ride reports? Just wondering what I should be looking for in a good coach and how to know a good one that will fit my needs when I see them. Thanks in advance for the responses.