Adam M. Gonzalez, PhD, CSCS


Adam M. Gonzalez obtained his PhD in exercise physiology at the University of Central Florida, where he spent years working in a human performance laboratory researching sports science, exercise physiology, and nutritional supplementation. Gonzalez is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Health Professions at Hofstra University, and is also an NGA natural men’s physique pro. Gonzalez has published over 90 peer-reviewed research articles and abstracts on applied exercise physiology and sports nutrition.


  • The New Science Of Size And Strength

    There's a way to train for muscle growth, and a way to train for strength. But they're not the same thing...right? A PhD put the old way of doing things to the test and gives you the insider's perspective!

  • Your Expert Guide to Citrulline

    This amino acid is in nearly every new pre-workout that hits the market. Should you take it, and if so, how much? Here's what you need to know.

  • Your Expert Guide to HMB Free Acid

    This new take on a familiar supplement has been getting a lot of attention. But is it all its fans say? Here's where the science is right now.

  • Your Expert Guide To Phosphatidic Acid

    Phosphatidic acid has emerged as a promising muscle-building supplement. Let's dive into the science to find out if this ingredient will supercharge your gains or merely burn a hole in your wallet.

  • 4 Classic Training Ideas: Fact Or Fiction?

    New research is refining how we think about training and nutrition. Get the truth behind the "anabolic window," how much protein you need to eat, and more!