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Dr. Thomas Incledon

Dr. Thomas Incledon

, CEO Human Health Specialists

PhD, HMA, RD, LD/LN, RPT, CFT, NSCA-CPT, CSCS

Since 1989, Dr. Thomas Incledon has maintained a significant role in the fields of human health and sports performance enhancement. He currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Human Performance Specialists, Inc. and Human Health Specialists where he helps individuals from all walks of life improve their health, quality of life, and athletic performance. He also advises some of the world’s most popular dietary supplement and nutraceutical companies on effective formulations.

Tom’s academic background includes an A.S. in Management, B.S. in Exercise Science, B.S. in Nutrition, M.S. in Kinesiology, and Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology. He is a homeopathic medical assistant (HMA), registered dietitian (RD), certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), and plans to pursue a medical or naturopathic doctor license in the future. His research has covered weight loss, weight gain, sports performance enhancement, and the physiological effects of diet and exercise. He is a member in over 30 different scientific organizations and serves as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals.

As a person who practices what he preaches, Tom is not one to be satisfied with all work and no play. His passion is competing in various weight lifting events, and he has been ranked nationally in powerlifting, Olympic lifting, all around lifting, and strongman competitions. His best lifts include: 187 pounds in the one arm snatch (using a 7′ barbell), 286 pounds in the power snatch, 352 pounds in the power clean and jerk, 452 pounds in the front squat, and 615 pounds in the dead lift, all at under 200 pounds of body weight. Tom has also set national records in strongman competitions, including 19 reps in the 200-pound axle press.

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Scientific Abstracts
Scientific Presentations
Scientific Publications
Journal Reviews
Letters to the Editor
Educational Presentations
Educational Publications
Interviews
Editorial Work
Brochures and Newsletters

SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACTS:

Incledon, T, DV Gammeren, and JA Antonio. The effects of 5-methylisoflavone on body composition and performance in college aged men. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 33(5):S338, No. 1898, May 2001.

Incledon, T, LP Koziris, and WJ Kraemer. Delayed decrease in muscular endurance as a result of ethanol intoxication following resistance exercise. National Strength and Conditioning Association, Nashville, TN, 1998.

Incledon, T, JS Volek, KL Clark, SE Gordon, JM McBride, M Putukian, WJ Sebastianelli, S Puhl, and WJ Kraemer. Physiological adaptations to a weight-loss dietary regimen and exercise programs in women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 29(5):S46, No. 267, May 1997.

Newton, RU, WJ Kraemer, D Connors, H Handling, J Volek, R Radzwich, T Incledon and J McBride. Ballistic resistance training and the development of vertical jump performance of elite volleyball players. National Strength and Conditioning Association, Phoenix, AZ, 1995.

Volek, JS, WJ Kraemer, KL Clark, T Incledon, JM McBride, SE Gordon, M Putukian, and WJ Sebastianelli. Body composition and physical performance following weightloss with endurance and resistive exercise in men. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 29(5):S43, No. 244, May 1997.

Volek, JS, T Incledon, M Boetes, JA Bush, KL Clark and WJ Kraemer. Testosterone and cortisol concentrations in relationship to dietary nutrients and high intensity resistance exercise. The FASEB Journal. 10(3): A1-A957. April 14-17, 1996.

Volek, JS, M Boetes, JA Bush, T Incledon, and WJ Kraemer. Response of testosterone and cortisol concentrations to high-intensity resistance exercise following creatine monohydrate supplementation. National Strength and Conditioning Association, Atlanta, GS 1996.

Volek, JS, WJ Kraemer, JA Bush, M Boetes, T Incledon, KL Clark and JM Lynch. Creatine supplementation enhances muscular performance during high intensity resistance exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, 1996.

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS:

Incledon, T. The effects of ribose on human performance. Canadian Health Foods Association Expo East 2000, Toronto, Canada. October 27, 2000.

Incledon, T. The effects of ribose on human performance. Natural Products Expo East 2000, Baltimore, MD. September 23, 2000.

Incledon, T. IronAidTM Iron Protein Succinylate (IPS): An advancement in the treatment of iron protein deficiency anemia. Nutritionals 2002, Anaheim, CA. February 6, 2002.

Incledon, T. Sports nutrition and altering body composition: The effects of different dietary supplements. Nutracon 2000, Las Vegas, NV, July 18, 2000.

Incledon, T. A supplement pyramid for strength-power athletes. NSCA Pre-Conference Symposium: Sports Nutrition for the 21st Century. Orlando, FL June 21, 2000.

Incledon, T, DV Gammeren, and JA Antonio. The effects of 5-methylisoflavone on body composition and performance in college aged men. American College of Sports Medicine 48th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 2001.

Incledon, T, LP Koziris, and WJ Kraemer. Delayed decrease in muscular endurance as a result of ethanol intoxication following resistance exercise. National Strength and Conditioning Association 21st Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, 1998.

Incledon, T, JS Volek, KL Clark, SE Gordon, JM McBride, M Putukian, WJ Sebastianelli, S Puhl, and WJ Kraemer. Physiological adaptations to a weight-loss dietary regimen and exercise programs in women. American College of Sports Medicine 44th Annual Meeting, Denver CO, 1997.

Newton, RU, WJ Kraemer, D Connors, H Handling, J Volek, R Radzwich, T Incledon and J McBride. Ballistic resistance training and the development of vertical jump performance of elite volleyball players. National Strength and Conditioning Association 18th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1995.

Volek, JS, WJ Kraemer, KL Clark, T Incledon, JM McBride, SE Gordon, M Putukian, and WJ Sebastianelli. Body composition and physical performance following weight loss with endurance and resistive exercise in men. American College of Sports Medicine 44th Annual Meeting, Denver CO, 1997.

Volek, JS, T Incledon, M Boetes, JA Bush, KL Clark, and WJ Kraemer. Testosterone and cortisol concentrations in relationship to dietary nutrients and high intensity resistance exercise. Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., 1996.

Volek, JS, M Boetes, JA Bush, T Incledon, and WJ Kraemer. Response of testosterone and cortisol concentrations to high-intensity resistance exercise following creatine monohydrate supplementation. National Strength and Conditioning Association 19th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA 1996.

Volek, JS, WJ Kraemer, JA Bush, M Boetes, T Incledon, KL Clark and JM Lynch. Creatine supplementation enhances muscular performance during high intensity resistance exercise. American College of Sports Medicine 43rd Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 1996.

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS:

Kalman DS, H Cascarano, DR Krieger, T Incledon, M Woolsey. The prevalence of binge eating disorder in an outpatient weight loss clinic. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2001 (in review).

Koziris, LP, WJ Kraemer, SE Gordon, T Incledon, and HG Knuttgen. Effect of acute postexercise ethanol intoxication on the neuroendocrine response to resistance exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology. 88(1):165-172, 2000.

Kraemer, WJ, JS Volek, KL Clark, SE Gordon, T Incledon, SM Puhl, NT Triplett-McBride, JM McBride, M Putukian, and WJ Sebastianelli. Physiological adaptations to a weight-loss dietary regimen and exercise programs in women. Journal of Applied Physiology. 83(1):270-279; 1997.

Newell, K, T Incledon, JW Bodfish, and RL Sprague. Variability of stereotypic body rocking in adults with mental retardation. American Journal on Mental Retardation. 104(3):279-288, 1999 May.

Volek, JS, WJ Kraemer, JA Bush, M Boetes, T Incledon, KL Clark, and JM Lynch. Creatine supplementation: enhances muscular performance during high intensity resistance exercise. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 97:765-770; 1997.

Volek, JS, M Boetes, JA Bush, T Incledon, and WJ Kraemer. Testosterone and cortisol concentrations in relationship to dietary nutrients and high intensity resistance exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology. 82(1):49-54, 1997.

JOURNAL REVIEWS:

International Journal of Sport Nutrition 1999

Journal of Performance Enhancement 1999

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2000

Journal of Strength and Conditioning 1999

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

Incledon, T. and R. B. Kreider. Creatine alpha-ketoglutarate is experimentally unproven. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. 40(4):373-374.

Kreider, R. B. Creatine Concerns & Link to Steroid Abuse Unfounded. Online at: http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/eletters/108/2/421

Kalman, D. S. Creatine knowledge to date. Online at: http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/eletters/108/2/421#EL3

EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

Advice to Weightlifters. Centre County Prison, The Pennsylvania Prison Society. January 13, 1998

Anabolic Strategies and Supplementation. MF Athletic Company. Boca Raton, FL. May 1, 1999.

Balance and Agility Training. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 5, 2000.

Body Fat Composition. Perform Better Seminar. Secaucus, NJ. December 1, 2001.

Body Fat Composition. Perform Better Seminar. Los Angeles, CA. January 12, 2002.

Body Fat Composition. Perform Better Seminar. Atlanta, GA. February 9, 2002.

Building Muscle and Losing Fat. Better Body Nutrition, Sunrise, FL. October 17, 1999.

Careers in Exercise and Sports Science. Penn State Upward Bound, Athletic Club North, State College, PA. January 24, 1998.

Creatine Monohydrate. Flanagan High School. Cooper City, FL. September 1998.

Diet and Exercise. Representative for Centre Community Hospital at the Health and Fitness Expo, Nittany Mall, State College, PA, October 29, 1997.

Effects of Macronutrients on Serum Testosterone and Cortisol. PAPF Symposium. Radisson O’Hare Hotel. Rosemont, IL. April 5, 2000.

Ergogenic Aids – Bee Pollen, Shark Cartilage, L-carnitine, and Creatine. Nutrition 360, The Pennsylvania State University. October 28, 1997.

Ergogenic Aids – Creatine Monohydrate, Flax Seed Oil and Hormone Boosters. Athletic Club – North Staff, State College, PA. October 29, 1997.

Ergogenic Aids – Hormone Supplements, Antioxidants, L-glutamine, and HMB. Nutrition 360, The Pennsylvania State University. October 28, 1997.

Fitness Forum. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 5, 2000.

Geriatric Nutrition in a Transitional Care Setting. Transitional Care Staff, Centre Community Hospital. August 21, 1997.

Health and Fitness Seminar presentation for American Express. Plantation, FL. March 16, 2000.

Heart Fest. Educational presentation for The American Heart Association. October 30, 1994.

High Fat or Low Fat Diets: Which is Better? Norwegian Cruise Lines PowerAde Champions Fitness Cruise. November 14, 1999.

High Tech Supplements of the Future. Norwegian Cruise Lines PowerAde Champions Fitness Cruise. November 17, 1999.

Lifting for Health. Centre County Prison, The Pennsylvania Prison Society. October 24, 1995

Living a Long, Healthy Life. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 6, 2000.

Nutrition and the Elderly. Certified nursing assistants, Mountain Laurel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Clearfield, PA. March 17, 1998.

Nutrition and the Fast Life. Norwegian Cruise Lines PowerAde Champions Fitness Cruise. November 15, 1999.

Nutrition and Fitness. Institute for Learning in Retirement, Nova Southeastern University. November 27, 29, 30, 2000.

Nutrition for Football. Nova HS Football Banquet, Plantation, FL. January 26, 2000.

Nutritional Strategies for Performance Enhancement and Life Extension. 1st Annual Stuart Strength & Conditioning Symposium, Stuart, FL. September 16, 2000.

Nutritional Supplementation During Rehab. HEALTHSOUTH Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, Plantation, FL. August 12, 1999.

Optimum Performance Nutrition. Optimum Performance Systems seminar. Boca Raton, FL. August 22, 1998.

Optimum Performance Nutrition. NSCA FL State Clinic. Boca Raton, FL. April 3, 1999.

Optimum Performance Nutrition. Gold Mine Lecture Series seminar. Sunrise, FL. April 5, 1999.

Osteoporosis. Nutrition Education Advisors, EFNEP Susquehanna Regional Meeting, Williamsport, PA. September 23, 1997.

Performance Nutrition. DoubleTree Hotel, Novi, MI, April 7, 2001.

Performance Nutrition. Grand Palms Golf and Country Club, Pembroke Pines, FL, December 9, 2000.

Performance Nutrition. Hampton Inn, Altamonte Springs, FL, April 21, 2001.

Performance Nutrition. Hilton Pleasanton, Pleasanton, CA, December 16, 2000.

Performance Nutrition. Nutri-Sport, Pleasanton, CA, July 22, 2000.

Performance Nutrition. Strength-Tek, Ottawa, Canada, May 18, 2000.

Performance Nutrition. Strength-Tek, Toronto, Canada, October 26, 2000.

Performance Nutrition. Universal Fitness Center, Pompano Beach, FL, October 14, 2000.

Phosphatidylserine, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, and Glutamine Use for Weightlifters. 1998 East Coast Gold Weightlifting Camp, Gettysburg, PA. July 10, 1998.

Popular Sports Nutrition Supplements. Broward District Dietary Managers Associations. Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL. May 2000.

Popular Sports Nutrition Supplements. Broward County & Miami-Dade County Dietetic Associations. Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL. March 11, 2000.

Sports Nutrition for Adolescents. PAL Coaches Clinic. Davie, FL. July 9, 1999.

Stability Ball Training. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 10, 2000.

Staff Fitness and Health. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 10, 2000.

Supplementation: The Nitty Gritty of the Top 10 Supplements. FSCA, Coral Gables High School, Coral Gables, FL. December 2, 2000.

Supplements For Health and Performance. Norwegian Cruise Lines Champions Fitness Cruise, Miami, FL. November 10, 2000.

The Use of Boron, GABA, GHB and Clenbuterol by Athletes. NSCA Student Chapter, The Pennsylvania State University. 1991.

The Use of Supplements for Performance in Athletics. NSCA 21st Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN. June 25, 1998.

Weight Gain: Diets and Supplements. The NSCA’s Personal Trainer’s Clinic, Fort Lauderdale, FL. May 19, 2001.

Weight Loss: Diets and Supplements. The NSCA’s Personal Trainer’s Clinic, Fort Lauderdale, FL. May 18, 2001.

Weight Training and Diet for Older People. Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL. April 12, 2000.

EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS:

Gross, L. and T. Incledon. Bodybuilding 101: Break on through. Muscle & Fitness, October 2000, p.90-94.

Gross, L. and T. Incledon. The Bottom Line. Muscle & Fitness Hers, Winter 2000, p.118-124.

Incledon, T. Agmatine: Dynamic anabolic or all hype? Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, 12(5): 58, 94, 96. May 1999.

Incledon, T. Androtriol: Cutting Edge Andro Science. Anabolic Scientific Muscle Journal, Arnold Classic 2000 Special Edition, p.79-80.

Incledon, T. Big dipper. Muscle & Fitness, August 1998, p.101.

Incledon, T. L-Carnitine and Anaerobic Exercise. Strength & Conditioning Journal, Point/Counterpoint Column, 21(5): 36-37, October 1999.

Incledon, T. Chromium. Centre Daily Times-Health Break Column, December 1997.

Incledon, T. Choosing the best protein powder. http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12523&action=article October 1999.

Incledon, T. Chrysin: Why it won’t work. FLEX, March 1999, p223-226.

Incledon, T. Cortisol: Bodybuilder’s friend or foe? Muscle & Fitness, January 2000, 137-138.

Incledon, T. Creatine. Lean Bodies’ website:
http://www.leanbodies.net/articles/feature/creatine.html March 1999.

Incledon, T. Creatine monohydrate revisited. Universal Matters, 3(1):10-11, Winter 1999.

Incledon, T. Dietary protein requirements for resistance trained individuals. Exercise For Men Only, February 1998, p.116.

Incledon, T. DNP – The good, the bad, and the ugly. Muscle & Fitness, July 1998, p.174.

Incledon, T. Down for the count. Muscle & Fitness, October 1997, p.24.

Incledon, T. Dying to get ripped: Oxidative uncouplers. Anabolic Scientific Muscle Journal, Arnold Classic 2000 Special Edition, p.23-26.

Incledon, T. Effervescent creatine: New age supplement or high-tech hoax?. Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, 12(5):48, 98, 99. April 1999.

Incledon, T. Effervescent creatine: New age supplement or high-tech hoax?. Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, 12(5):48, 98, 99. April 1999.

Incledon, T. Elevating Free Testosterone. http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_67free.html August 1999.

Incledon, T. Ephedrine and natural ephedrine products: Part 1. http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12481&action=article August 1999.

Incledon, T. Ephedrine and natural ephedrine products: Part 2. http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12483&action=article August 1999.

Incledon, T. Ephedrine and natural ephedrine products: Part 3. http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12485&action=article August 1999.

Incledon, T. Exercise and burning calories. Muscle & Fitness, August 1997, p.25.

Incledon, T. From lab geek to strongman: A true adventure. Testosterone website: http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_114geek.html July 2000.

Incledon, T. The get big diet. Testosterone website:
http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_92getbig.html February 2000.

Incledon, T. Gluten restricted diet. Centre Community Hospital patient handout, November 1997.

Incledon, T. Healthy bones need the right kind of exercise. Centre Community Lifeline, November 1997, p.6.

Incledon, T. High-octane sports drinks? Muscle & Fitness, February 1998, p.26.

Incledon, T. Hormone boosting workouts. Muscle & Fitness, February 1997, p.156.

Incledon, T. I3C and DIM: More fool’s gold? Testosterone website:
http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_90fools.html February 2000

Incledon, T. M&F’s complete guide to flyes & crossovers. Muscle & Fitness, April 2001, p.110-115.

Incledon, T. M&F’s complete guide to pull-ups. Muscle & Fitness, June 1999, p.74-79.

Incledon, T. Maximizing anabolic hormones through resistance exercise. Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, May 1998, p.48.

Incledon, T. Naturally occurring aromatase inhibitors. http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_78natur.html December 1999.

Incledon, T. No rush to refuel. Muscle & Fitness, June 1998, p.28.

Incledon, T. Nutritional Supplements and Osteoarthritis http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12496&action=article August 1999.

Incledon, T. Pain, pain, go away. Muscle & Fitness, December 1997, p.28.

Incledon, T. Performance Nutrition: Antioxidants, Part 1. Testosterone website: http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_99anti.html April 2000.

Incledon, T. Performance Nutrition: Antioxidants, Part 2. Testosterone website:
http://www.testosterone.net/html/100anti.html April 2000.

Incledon, T. Prohormones and gyno. Anabolic Scientific Muscle Journal, January 2000, pp. 59-62.

Incledon, T. Protein calorie malnutrition (PCM) oncology protocol. Centre Community Hospital patient handout. November 1997.

Incledon, T. Putting yourself in a positive anabolic environment. PUMP, January-February 1999, 135-139.

Incledon, T. Reversing the aging process. Growth hormone and IGF-1: Anabolic anti-aging hormones. Anabolic Scientific Muscle Journal, Arnold Classic 2000 Special Edition, p.55-56.

Incledon, T. Ribose: Separating the hype from the facts. http://www.thepowerstore.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/dpower2/htmlos.cgi/03141.3.2190259841 December 1999.

Incledon, T. Saw Palmetto and Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12493&action=article August 1999.

Incledon, T. Should you lift when you’re angry? Muscle & Fitness, February 1998, p.25B.

Incledon, T. Simple changes can make a big difference. Centre Daily Times-Health Break Column, December 1, 1997.

Incledon, T. Size vs. strength. Muscle & Fitness, November 1997, p.150-153, 210-211.

Incledon, T. Skeletal muscle fiber hyperplasia: Why it can or cannot occur un humans. Strength & Conditioning Journal, Point/Counterpoint Column, 22(2): 28-29, April 2000.

Incledon, T. Strongman Exercises, Strongman Injuries.
http://www.testosterone.net/html/body_122strong.html October 2000.

Incledon, T. 10 laws of leanness. Men’s Health, January/February 2001, p.88 – 89.

Incledon, T. Take the A: Train: Why acetyl-L-carnitine may increase testosterone. FLEX, January 1999, p.232-235.

Incledon, T. Vitamin C: Best with bioflavonoids? The Power Store website: www.thepowerstore.com April 1999.

Incledon, T. Weight training and metabolic rate. Muscle & Fitness, November 1997, p.25.

Incledon, T. Weight training and nonweight-bearing activities. Muscle & Fitness, December 1997, p.27.

Incledon, T. What you should know when choosing a sports drink. http://www.peakhealth.net/article.cfm?article_id=12515&action=article September 1999

Incledon, T. What’s best after a workout? Muscle & Fitness, October 1997, p.24.

Incledon, T. and L Gross. Bromelain: How about a Hawaiian punch? Muscle & Fitness, in press.

Incledon, T and L Gross. Chromium picolinate: Fat burning muscle builder or all hype? Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, November 1999, p.41-42.

Incledon, T. and L Gross. Cortisol: Bodybuilder’s friend or foe? Muscle & Fitness, January 2000, p. 137-138.

Incledon, T and L. Gross. Diet and testosterone Part 1. http://216.150.5.6/exclusive/incledon/diet.htm April 1999.

Incledon, T and L. Gross. Diet and testosterone Part 2. http://216.150.5.6/exclusive/incledon/diet02.htm April 1999.

Incledon, T., with L Gross. The fizz is in: Is effervescent creatine worth all the hype? FLEX, May 1999, p.237-238.

Incledon, T and L Gross. Ipriflavone: A new muscle builder. Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, August 1999, p.40-85.

Incledon, T and L Gross. Ipriflavone: An anti-osteoporotic agent http://www.thepowerstore.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/dpower2/htmlos.cgi/01239.4.2983834721 June 1999

Incledon, T and L Gross. M&F Abs Superfeature: Gut Check. Muscle & Fitness, May 2001, p.132-138.

Incledon, T and L Gross. M&F’s complete guide to shoulder presses. Muscle & Fitness, October 1999, p.168-173.

Incledon, T and L Gross. M&F’s complete guide to deadlifts. Muscle & Fitness, February 2000, p.76-82, 193.

Incledon, T and L Gross. Selecting a qualified personal trainer. Fitness Management. 15(11): 48-49, October 1999.

Incledon, T and L Gross. The science behind GH Revitalizer. Website: www.ask4mass.com

Kraemer, WJ, CS Loebel, and T Incledon. High technology training and performance of Olympic athletes. Encarta 96 Encyclopedia, Microsoft Inc. August 1996.

Schuler, L and T Incledon. The man’s guide to weight loss: Three steps to a thinner waist. Men’s Health, October 1999, p.111-115.

INTERVIEWS:

American Health. Ergogenic aids. January 1999.

The Boca Raton News. Creatine Part I by Juan Carlos Santana. October 1998.

The Boca Raton News. Creatine Part II by Juan Carlos Santana. October 1998.

ESPN Magazine. The Use of Androstenedione By Athletes. By Eric Adelson. September 1998.

HEALTHSOUTH: The Trainer’s Corner. Androstenedione. By Lori A. Gross. August 1998.

HBO Sports. Androstenedione. By Timothy Walker. June 1999.

KC Star. McGwire’s Pills: Is There a Power Behind His Power? By: Alan Bavlay; Steve Rock Staff Writers. August 29, 1998

Men’s Fitness. Ask the Experts. By Tom Weede. March 1999.

Men’s Health. Androstenedione. By Joseph Arangio. April 1999.

Men’s Health. Diet and Testosterone by Ron Geraci. August 2000.

Men’s Health. Evolution of Man. By Brian Good. June 2000.

Men’s Health. Exercise and Alcohol. By Lou Schuler. March 1999.

Men’s Health. Weight Loss for Men. By Jim Rommans. April 1999.

Men’s Health – 18. Weight Gain/Weight Loss Tips. By Chris Baskin. January 2001.

Muscle & Fitness. Growth Hormone. By Chris Aceto. January 1999.

Muscle & Fitness. Creatine by Dan Wagman. April 1999.

NBC Sports. Drug Use in Sports. By Jill Turk. April 1993.

Penthouse Magazine. Pumping for Hormones. By Jim Schmaltz. October 1998.

Physical. Forearm Training by Craig Ballantyne. January 2001.

Physical. Functional Training by Marilyn DeMartini. November 2000.

Physical. Sports Bars by Carolyn K. Martinez (Hudkins). November 2000.

Scholastic Coach and Athletic Director. Creatine Monohydrate by Greg Mazzola. September 1998.

Training & Conditioning. Nutritional Advice for Athletes. By Guillermo Metz. February 1999.

Testosterone. Views on Supplements. By Nelson Montana. June 1999.

EDITORIAL WORK:

Board of Editors,
The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2000

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Performance Enhancement 2000

Editor, The Men’s Health Hard Body Plan 2000

Editorial Advisory Board Member,
Dietitian’s Edge, 1999

Editorial Contributor, Muscle & Fitness 1999

Editorial Contributor, FLEX 1999

BROCHURES and NEWSLETTERS:

Incledon, T. Effervescent Creatine. Gold Mine Newsletter. East Coast Gold Weightlifting Team. Littlestown, PA. February 1999.

Incledon, T. Effervescent Creatine. Gold’s Gym Newsletter. Gold’s Gym Family and Fitness Center of Sunrise. Sunrise, FL. February 1999.

Incledon, T. Glutamine. Gold Mine Newsletter. East Coast Gold Weightlifting Team. Littlestown, PA. March 1999.

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