College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Kinesiology & Sports Management
Dr. Tinsley studies the impact of alterations in energy intake, exercise and dietary supplementation on human body composition, energy expenditure, athletic performance and health markers. One of his particular research interests is evaluating intermittent fasting programs as a method to reduce energy intake and improve body composition. Additionally, he is interested in the examination of the utility of longstanding and novel methods of body composition assessment. Dr. Tinsley earned his Ph.D. in Kinesiology and Exercise Nutrition at Baylor University in 2016 and previously received degrees in physiology, nutrition, and biomedical sciences.
Recent Scholarship: Tinsley GM, Forsse JS, Butler NK, Bane AA, La Bounty PM, Morgan GB, Grandjean PW. 2016. (Epub ahead of print). Time-Restricted Feeding in Young Men Performing Resistance Training: A Randomized Controlled Trial. European Journal of Sports Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17461391.2016.1223173