Jackson PeosUniversity of Western Australia | UWA · Department of Exercise Physiology and Biochemistry
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Jackson Peos currently works at the School of Human Sciences, University of Western Australia. BSc (Hons) Sports Science, Exercise & Health. PhD Candidate in Exercise Physiology. Competitive bodybuilder and online physique coach. Directing the first randomised controlled trial investigating the effects of intermittent vs continuous dieting on fat loss, muscle retention and muscle performance in resistance trained athletes. Instagram - @jacksonpeos
April 2017 - April 2020
March 2013 - March 2017
This study tested whether subcutaneous fat loss is enhanced via application of a popular topical fat loss lotion. Twenty resistance‐trained men (mean ±SD age of 26.3±6.3 years and weight of 86.8±11.1 kg) had a topical fat‐loss lotion containing Coleus forskholii, Silybin, Eucommia ulmoides leaf, Paullinia cupana seed, caffeine and black pepper esse...
Athletes undergoing energy restriction for weight/fat reduction sometimes apply 'diet breaks' involving increased energy intake, but there is little empirical evidence of effects on outcomes. Twenty-six resistance-trained athletes (11/26 or 42% female) who had completed 12 weeks of intermittent energy restriction participated in this study. Partici...
Introduction: Can intermittent energy restriction (IER) improve fat loss and fat-free mass retention compared with continuous energy restriction (CER) in resistance-trained adults? Methods: Sixty-one adults (32 women) with mean (SD) age 28.7 (6.5) years, body weight 77.2 (16.1) kg and body fat 25.5 (6.1)% were randomized to 12 weeks of (1) 4 x 3...
Campbell and colleagues recently published a randomised controlled trial investigating the effects of diets involving intermittent energy restriction versus continuous energy restriction on changes in body composition and resting metabolic rate (RMR) in resistance-trained adults[...]
Athletes utilise numerous strategies to reduce body weight or body fat prior to competition. The traditional approach requires continuous energy restriction (CER) for the entire weight loss phase (typically days to weeks). However, there is some suggestion that intermittent energy restriction (IER), which involves alternating periods of energy rest...
Introduction Reducing fat mass (FM) while retaining fat free mass (FFM) is a common goal of athletes. Evidence suggests that some—but not all—forms of intermittent energy restriction (IER) may be superior to the conventional method of continuous energy restriction (CER) for people with excess body fat that are sedentary, by reducing some of the ada...
To clarify whether the intermittent use of refeeds and diet breaks during an athlete’s weight loss phase is more effective than the traditional method of continuous dieting