Right on. I bet people here could help out with some quick and easy recipes. I'll tackle that after work. Like I always say don't stress about getting everything changed at once. That's overwhelming and not always realistic. If you can change one or two meals a week (not one or two meals a day) then that is a step in the right direction. I'm all about working through progressions. The more you cook the more comfortable you'll become with cooking (duh), and getting good meals prepped when little time is available.
Now with all that said, your physical training is important but the food your putting into your system is even more important (like leaps and bounds more important). Perhaps later down the road you should try cutting your training time from 60 minutes to 30-45, and use the remainderment for meal prep. Again, baby steps.
http://www.amazon.co...rds=4 hour chef
Book suggestion: 4 Hour Chef. It's a huge book, but it's more like a life instruction manual dumbed down. It's not a book that you can sit down and read cover to cover. On top of teaching you super simple tricks and short cuts for cooking through meta learning, he teaches you how to accomplish all sorts of tasks like a professional would. Obviously the part on food would be most beneficial to you. His recipes seem daunting, but his instructions are so freaking simple (thanks to the tricks he teaches) each meal should take 15-20 minutes to prep max. The cooking part is geared towards those who have NO clue how to cook and those of us with little time on our hands. It's not like a cookbook at all, or like any book I've ever read for that matter. You're welcome to borrow mine for a lil bit if you want. Shoot you can probably find a PDF somewhere on the internets.
Sorry that was all general advice with no specific direction. It's taken me 30 mins to type this bc of work. As always, more later.