Grant Tinsley

Methods of Assessing Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy

A Talk by Dr. Grant Tinsley (Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University,

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About this Talk

While skeletal muscle hypertrophy is a common training goal, it can be difficult to accurately quantify. This presentation will explore the best methods for assessing hypertrophy in laboratory and field settings.

About The Speakers

Grant Tinsley

Dr. Grant Tinsley

Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University,

Dr. Grant Tinsley is an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University and the Director of the Energy Balance & Body Composition Laboratory. His major research interests are: (1) The effects of intermittent fasting in active populations; (2) The validity and reliability of body composition assessment techniques; (3) The efficacy and effectiveness of sports nutrition strategies, including dietary supplementation. Dr. Tinsley’s research has been published in top research journals, such as The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Nutrition Reviews, and Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. All of his research can be viewed on his personal website, ResearchGate profile, or Google Scholar profile, and you can connect with him via Instagram or Facebook.