Untrained Males Needed for Protein Supplementation and Exercise Training Study

The University of Arkansas Human Performance Lab is seeking males between the ages of 35-55 years to participate in a research study evaluating the effects of protein supplementation on body composition, exercise performance, and free testosterone over a 12-week period.

Requirements for participation include:

  • Males 35-55 years of age
  • No resistance/weight training for minimum of 6 months
  • Ability to train for 3 days/week for 12 weeks

All participants will also receive a free water bottle and four bone density and body fat scans for their participation.

For more information, contact Matthew Stone at mss06@email.uark.edu or 254-723-5455.


Matthew Stone,
Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR)
254-723-5455, mss06@email.uark.edu

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