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Dr. Jeffrey Stout R.

Professor

University of Central Florida

Direct Phone: (407) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.edu

University of Central Florida

4000 Central Florida Blvd.

Orlando, Florida 32816

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President
National Strength and Conditioning Association

Director- Metabolic and Body Composition Research Laboratory
University of Oklahoma

Director of Sports Science
Numico N.V

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
StockGoodies LLC

Fellow
American College of Sports Medicine

Scientific Advisory Board Member
8-Ball Nutrition

Board of Directors Members
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Board of Directors Members
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Member, Advisory Board
Nutroganics Inc

Board Member
Citybizlist

Advisory Board Member
Cellceutix Corporation

Advisory Board Member
PennyTrader.com LLP

Advisory Board Member
OTCPicks.com

Board Member
SmallCapSociety LLC

Board of Directors Members
NSCAF

Advisory Board Member
StrengthPro Inc

Active Member
American Dietetic Association

Active Member
American College of Nutrition

Adjunct Faculty Member
Nova Southeastern University

President
International Society of Sports Nutrition

Chairman Advisory Board
WHOLE-BODY WELLBEING LLC

Education

B.A. degree
Exercise Science
Concordia University

B.A. degree
Exercise Science
University of Nebraska

Master
Physical Education
University of Nebraska

Master
Public Health
Johns Hopkins University

PHD.
Biomedical Sciences
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

PHD.
Exercise Physiology
University of Nebraska

Ph.D.

University of Oklahoma

PhD

Florida Atlantic University

PhD candidate

University of Western Ontario At UWO

bachelor?s degree
Exercise Science
Concordia University

bachelor�s degree
Exercise Science
Concordia University

undergraduate degree
Exercise Science
Concordia University

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Bio For Jeffrey Stout, PhD, FACSM, FNSCA, FISSN

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Bio For Jeffrey Stout, PhD, FACSM, FNSCA, FISSN

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Jeffrey Stout, PhD, FACSM, FNSCA, FISSN
Jeffrey R. Stout, Ph.D., FISSN, FACSM, FNSCA, CSCS is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Stout is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), Fellow of the ISSN, past President of the International Society of Sports Nutrition and Vice President of the NSCA. Dr. Stout has published over 200 research studies and presentations, that have focused on nutrition, exercise performance, muscle function and body composition in young and elderly populations. Furthermore, he has co-authored and co-edited 8 books and 8 book chapters on sports nutrition and body composition. Currently, Dr. Stout enjoys mentoring his graduate students who help to manage the various research activities in the Human Performance Laboratory. In his spare time he likes to train and compete in the Olympic sport of Judo where he is a Black Belt (Shodan).


Jeffrey Stout, a sports ...

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Jeffrey Stout, a sports science professor at the University of Central Florida, said the tape test describes the body's shape, not its composition, such as the percentage of body fat or the ratio of fat to muscle.


"The sneaky part of this syndrome ...

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"The sneaky part of this syndrome is that you really don't notice it until it comes to a point where you're so functionally impaired that it's hard for you to get out of your chair, or you slip and fall," says study author Jeffrey Stout, PhD, a professor in the department of educational and human sciences at the University of Central Florida. "…It's like with adult-onset obesity.

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"Resistance exercise is the single best stimulator for maintaining muscle function, strength and size, whether you're a young athlete, a pro athlete or an 80-year-old woman," Stout says. By contracting your muscles, weight lifting signals to your body that the muscles need to recover and then rebuild to be bigger and stronger, to be prepared for future stressors.
Another key factor for a long, healthy life: Keeping up your protein consumption. As people age, they often develop digestive issues that make it difficult to consume enough protein from sources rich in it like meat. But turning to protein powders, or other supplements, can help, according to Stout.
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"There are studies looking at protein intake [in relation to] rate of muscle loss, and if you're getting adequate protein in your diet, the rate at which you lose muscle is much smaller," Stout says.
Stout acknowledges that it's difficult to get people into the gym to lift weights, especially if they've never done it before. But he recommends working with a trainer or program, and starting with simple body weight exercises before moving on to dumbbells or performing multi-joint moves, such as deadlifts. Multi-joint moves will not only improve muscle mass, but can help strengthen the skeleton, which also gets less dense with age, according to Stout.
By adopting a weight lifting routine and protein-filled diet early in life, Stout says a person's decline in muscle and strength will be much less pronounced as they age.
"A recent study shows muscle mass is the single best predictor of mortality - the more muscle mass you have, the better your life is going to be [as you age]," Stout says.


Rapid weight gain can strain your ...

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Rapid weight gain can strain your joints, says Jeffrey Stout, Ph.D., an exercise scientist at the University of Central Florida.


Jeffrey Stout, a sports ...

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Jeffrey Stout, a sports science professor at the University of Central Florida, said the tape test describes the body's shape, not its composition, such as the percentage of body fat or the ratio of fat to muscle.

"I wouldn't want my career decided on that," he said.
A more accurate method, he said, would be to use calipers to measure the thickness of skin on three parts of the body.
"That way these guys are not hurt by a bad measurement," said Stout, who has researched the accuracy of different body composition measurements.

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