Nick Coker

Background

Biography

Nick Coker, MS, CISSN, holds a Master of Science in kinesiology from Georgia Southern University, where he conducted research in the areas of supplementation and body-composition changes. Additionally, he has worked with collegiate athletic teams to monitor changes in performance and body composition across a competitive season.

Nick is currently working as a graduate assistant while completing his PhD at the University of Central Florida. He currently holds a nationally accredited certification as a sports nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN).

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Articles

  • L-Citrulline or Citrulline Malate? N.O. Contest!

    Citrulline is closely related to the production of nitric oxide within the body. So which form of citrulline better boosts performance: L-citrulline or citrulline malate?

  • 5 Ways To Make Caffeine More Effective!

    Get the most out of your daily caffeine intake by learning how and why caffeine works. Once you know this, you'll know how to use it to achieve your major performance goals!

  • 4 Supplements To Maximize Your Gains From Protein

    Protein powder should be a staple in everyone's supplement stack. But if you're ready to take the next step and add to your stack, our recommendations can get you one step closer to your goal.

  • 4 Underrated Benefits Of Testosterone

    Muscle tends to get all the attention, but boosting your testosterone can impact your health, your heart, your mood, and more! Here's what you need to know and how to put it into action.

  • Maintain Your Gains With HMB

    HMB can be a beneficial supplement for those who are new to resistance training, or for those ready to take on the challenge of a lifting program.

  • Top 5 Benefits Of Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is an often-overlooked, under-consumed nutrient that plays a major role in your overall health and performance in the gym. Learn how to make sure you're getting enough so you can be on top of your game!