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Jacob Wilson is the Co-founder and clomid for bodybuilding President of Abcbodybuilding.com. He recieved his Ph.D. as a skeletal muscle physiologist and researcher in the Department of Nutrition, Food, and Exercise Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.
Jacob has an unparalleled dedication to the sport of bodybuilding, and has devoted the majority of his life to helping thousands of bodybuilders reach their goals.
His academic achievements are vast, and include degrees in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology, dozens of publications, and extensive experience teaching and public speaking.
What makes Jacobs’ research so unique is that he has successfully bridged the gap between science and the sport of bodybuilding. Indeed, when Jacob founded this site, he saw a chasm between bodybuilders – who relied heavily on experience and anecdotal evidence – and scientists, who relied purely on laboratory research. Therefore, he engaged on a personal mission to apply everything he learned in the lab, directly to his training in the gym; and likewise, everything he has learned in the gym, he applies directly to his research in the lab. It is this combination of science and application that makes the recommendations given on this site so unique and effective. In this photo Jacob received the Terry J. Housh Young Investigator of the Year award, which recognizes a researcher with seven or fewer years in the field for his or her significant contributions to applied exercise and sport science.
Jacob M. Wilson Ph.D.
Dr. Jacob Malachi Wilson grew up playing sports, and after graduating from high school in two and a half years he played elite hockey in Calgary, Canada. Realizing that he needed to gain more weight for his sport he decided to study nutritional and training factors androxine that regulated muscle growth. These topics soon became his passion, which led him to study exercise nutrition at California State University, Hayward (CSUH). Jacob graduated from CSUH with summa cum laude honors, placing him in the top 1 percentile of all graduating students. Following his B.S. degree, Jacob entered CSU Eastbay’s master of science degree program, with an emphasis in both sports psychology and exercise physiology. As a masters degree candidate Jacob served as both a teaching and research assistant, conducted three studies analyzing the nature of the motor program, and published a manuscript on contemporary issues in protein consumption for resistance trained athletes.
After completing his M.S. with a 4.0 GPA, Jacob entered into Florida State Universities’ PhD. program in exercise physiology. For the next four years Jacob conducted research in FSU’s skeletal muscle laboratory, as well as the National High Field Magnetic Laboratories. These experiences gave Jacob unique insights into the cellular and molecular mechanisms, which regulate muscle fiber size, and body fatness in response to exercise, aging, and various nutritional interventions. For the past 4 years Dr. Wilson has worked as a professor and scientist at the University of Tampa. At the University of Tampa he has developed a state-of-the-art Human Performance lab which has established itself as one of the most advanced in the nation. In fact his research was recently featured in theaters across the nation in the movie “Generation Iron”
Wilson conducts altamofen research in the lab overseeing a team of researchers juggling multiple studies with the help of the hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant funding the lab’s prestigious work has garnered. Wilson’s research has covered the cellular, molecular and whole body changes in muscle size, strength and power in response to resistance training and nutrition interventions. On these topics, he has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and abstracts.
Wilson has presented at many major conferences, including most recently at the 2013 National Strength and Conditioning Association and International Society for Sport Nutrition conferences in summer 2013. At the NSCA conference, he received the Terry J. Housh Young Investigator of the Year award, which recognizes a researcher with seven or fewer years in the field for his or her significant contributions to applied exercise and sport science. Wilson’s next goal is to continue his colleagues’ and his work cultivating the University’s graduate program in exercise science and nutrition. Dr. Wilson has always had one specific goal in mind during his academic tenure: “ To Bridge the Gap Between Science and Exercise Nutrition.”
Exercise Nutrition for Strength and Bodybuilding
Exercise and Nutrition for Aging Populations
* How to maximize performance after the age of 50
* How to prevent the loss of strength, power, and muscle and gain in fat mass that accompanies age
Exercise Prescription for Personal Trainers
* Explanation of general exercise physiology and prescription for individuals making tren tabs
a career as personal trainers
Sports Supplementation for Strength and Endurance Athletes
Most topics related to exercise performance and nutrition.
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