Studies related to Strength and 16:8 Intermittent Fasting

Four Weeks Of Time-Restricted Feeding Combined With Resistance Training Does Not Differentially Influence Measures Of Body Composition, Muscle Performance, Resting Energy Expenditure, And Blood Biomarkers

Effect None
Values Although both groups had improved bench and leg press one rep max, there was no group x time interaction.
Trial Design Randomized trial
Trial Length 2-4 Weeks
Number of Subjects 26
Sex Male
Age Range 18-29
Body Types Trained
Notes for this study:
Participants were assigned to either do a 16:8 time-restricted eating protocol or a normal diet while engaging in a resistance training program for four weeks. Both diets had a 25% caloric deficit, and had the same macronutrient composition. Protein intake was 1.8 g/kg/day for both groups. Participants completed two visits before and after the intervention. In the first visit, resting energy expenditure and body composition (via ultrasound) were measured, and blood was collected. On the second visit (48 to 96 hours later), vertical jump and estimated one rep max and reps to fatigue for leg press and bench press were measured.

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