About Robbie Durand

My name is Robbie Durand. Welcome to Evidence Based Muscle website. 

About me. Robbie Durand Evidence Based MuscleMy education includes an undergraduate degree in Nutrition from Louisiana State University and a Masters Degree in Exercise Science from Southeastern Louisiana State University.

For the past 15 years, I actively write and research topics about health, fitness, nutrition, and resistance exercise. 

 My interests for starting this website stems from my interest in writing include muscle growth, fat loss, and nutrition.

All About Me

My passion is bridging the gap between scientific research and your health goals—be it muscle gain, fat loss, nutrition, or supplements, and fitness guidance.

I am available for consulting and article writing. I can be contacted at robbie@evidencebasedmuscle.com

About Me: Robbie Durand

First, welcome to Evidence Based Muscle website! I’m Robbie Durand. I specialize in Nutrition and Exercise Science, holding both undergraduate in nutrition and master’s degree in Exercise Science. However, I think it’s important to share more than just my academic background.

Personal Journey

Interestingly, my journey to be begin this website didn’t begin in a classroom. It was my own life and my desire to excel in sports during my teenage years that sparked my interest in fitness and nutrition. Consequently, this interest led me, Robbie Durand, to learn more about nutrition and exercise. Additionally, this journey changed my body and sparked a deep passion to help others reach their fitness goals.

Robbie Durand’s Professional Life

Throughout my career, I, Robbie Durand, have devoted my life to studying muscle growth, fat loss, and nutrition. Fortunately, I have been lucky to work with many different people, including athletes and healthcare professionals. 

What Robbie Durand Offers Through This Website:

At the Evidence Based Muscle website, you’ll find lots of information backed by science. You will find a variety of topics, from workout routines and diet plans to the newest research in the field. My goal is to give you insights that are easy to understand and use. Whether you love fitness or are just starting out, I want to make complicated science ideas easy for everyone.

Let’s Engage!

In sum, I value your thoughts, questions, and suggestions immensely. Whether you are a seasoned fitness enthusiast, a healthcare professional, or a beginner in fitness, Furthermore, I, Robbie Durand, am here to interact with you. Additionally, feel free to share your comments, ask questions, or suggest new topics you would like to see discussed.

Research Publications

Acevedo EO, Kraemer RR, Kamimori GH, Durand RJ, Johnson LG, Castracane VD. Stress hormones, effort sense, and perceptions of stress during incremental exercise: an exploratory investigation. J Strength Cond Res. 2007 Feb;21(1):283-8.

Kraemer RR, Durand RJ, Acevedo EO, Johnson LG, Synovitz LB, Kraemer GR, Gimpel T, Castracane VD. Effects of high-intensity exercise on leptin and testosterone concentrations in well-trained males. Endocrine. 2003 Aug;21(3):261-5.

Durand RJ, Kraemer RR, Hollander DB, Tryniecki JL, Wall M, Saxon L, Hebert EP. Different effects of concentric and eccentric muscle actions on plasma volume. J Strength Cond Res. 2003 Aug;17(3):541-8.

Kraemer RR, Aboudehen KS, Carruth AK, Durand RJ, Acevedo EO, Hebert EP, Johnson LG, Castracane VD. Adiponectin responses to continuous and progressively intense intermittent exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2003 Aug;35(8):1320-5.

Hollander DB, Durand RJ, Trynicki JL, Larock D, Castracane VD, Hebert EP, Kraemer RR. RPE, pain, and physiological adjustment to concentric and eccentric contractions. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2003 Jun;35(6):1017-25.

Durand RJ, Castracane VD, Hollander DB, Tryniecki JL, Bamman MM, O’Neal S, Hebert EP, Kraemer RR. Hormonal responses from concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2003 Jun;35(6):937-43.

Research Publications-cont.

Rubin MR, Kraemer WJ, Kraemer RR, Durand RJ, Acevedo EO, Johnson LG, Castracane VD, Scheett TP, French DN, Volek JS. Responses of growth hormone aggregates to different intermittent exercise intensities. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2003 Apr;89(2):166-70. Epub 2003 Jan 31.

Johnson LG, Kraemer RR, Kraemer GR, Haltom RW, Cordill AE, Welsch MA, Durand RJ, Castracane VD. Substrate utilization during exercise in postmenopausal women on hormone replacement therapy. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2002 Dec;88(3):282-7. Epub 2002 Oct 17.

I Would Love To Hear From You

Your thoughts, questions, and suggestions are invaluable to us. Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, a healthcare professional, or someone curious about muscle building and nutrition, we want to hear from you.We are committed to bridging the gap between scientific research and your health goals—be it muscle gainfat lossnutrition, or supplements, and fitness guidance.

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