Adam M. Gonzalez is a leading scientific researcher in exercise nutrition with a special focus on multi-ingredient pre-workout supplements as they relate to exercise performance and body composition.
He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Allied Health and Kinesiology at Hofstra University. He holds a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from the University of Central Florida.
In addition to his Ph.D, Dr. Gonzalez also earned a bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science and a master’s in Health Science Education from The College of New Jersey.
Dr. Gonzalez has several years of experience researching sports science, exercise physiology, and nutritional supplementation. His primary research interests include exercise and nutritional strategies to optimize body composition, maximize health, and enhance adaptations to exercise.
Adam M. Gonzalez holds certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Certified Sports Nutritionist (CISSN), and was awarded the 2022 Nutritional Research Achievement Award by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
In 2021, Dr. Gonzalez helped start the supplement company Shifted Supplements.
Ghigiarelli JJ, Berrios XM, Prendergast JM, Gonzalez AM. Exercise technique: The Viking Press. Strength and Conditioning Journal. (Ahead of Print), 2020.
Gonzalez AM, Guimarães V, Figueiredo N, Queiroz M, Gentil P, Mota JF, Pimentel GD. Caffeine mouth rinse does not affect hydration status, sweat rate, or vertical jump performance following a 10-km run. BioMed Research International. (Ahead of print), 2020.
Gonzalez AM, Church DD, Townsend JR, Begheri R. Emerging nutritional supplements for strength and hypertrophy: An update of the current literature. Strength and Conditioning Journal. (Ahead-of-Press), 2020.
Ghigiarelli JJ, Fulop AM, Burke AA, Ferrara AJ, Sell KM, Gonzalez AM, Pelton LM, Zimmerman JA, Coke SG, Marshall DG. The effects of whole-body photobiomodulation light-bed therapy on creatine kinase and salivary interleukin-6 in a sample of trained males: A randomized, crossover study. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living. (Ahead-of-Press), 2020.
Gonzalez AM, Trexler ET. Effects of citrulline supplementation on exercise performance in humans: A review of the current literature. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. (Ahead-of-Press), 2020.
Gonzalez AM, Accetta MR, Spitz RW, Mangine GT, Ghigiarelli JJ, Sell KM. Red spinach extract supplementation improves cycle time trial performance in recreationally active men and women. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. (Ahead-of-Press), 2020.
Gonzalez AM, Pinzone AG, Bram J, Salisbury JL, Lee S, Mangine GT. Effect of multi- ingredient pre-workout supplementation on repeated sprint performance in recreationally-active men and women. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 34: 918-923, 2020
Gonzalez AM, Mangine GT, Spitz RW, Ghigiarelli JJ, Sell KM. Agreement between the Open Barbell and Tendo linear position transducers for monitoring barbell velocity during resistance exercise. Sports. 7: 125, 2019.
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