Nicholas Coker, MS, CSCS

Graduate Teaching Associate, University of Central Florida

Nicholas Coker, MS, CSCS is a doctoral candidate in Exercise Physiology at the University of Central Florida. As a student within the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation Sciences, he has conducted research relating to short-term adaptations to resistance training as well as investigating the ergogenic effect of various nutritional supplements. After completion of his doctoral studies, he will pursue a tenure track position at a university where he aims to research neural adaptations following exercise-induced muscle damage and resistance training interventions.