Trevor Kashey has a Ph.D. in biochemistry with emphasis on cellular energy transduction (which he completed at the age of 23). He began his formal scientific career as a high school student, doing non-small cell lung cancer research at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Phoenix, AZ. He has consistently been doing research since then, both in academic laboratories, and as a nutritional supplement formulator.
Trevor regularly contributes critical analysis of technical research data as a research reviewer for Examine.com’s research digest. Further, he is also a regular guest lecturer at local colleges and is dedicated to the education and outreach in the field of sports nutrition and dietary supplements. On the athletic side of things, he is a national record holding strongman (700 pound axle deadlift at 220 lbs) and competitive bodybuilder.
Trevor utilizes body composition improvements as a fulcrum for longstanding performance enhancement. He has worked with World’s Strongest Man competitors, 150-mile ultra marathon runners, and everything in between. Trevor seeks to blend anecdotal, academic, and clinical data, harmonizing it into practical dietary information for the general public. Not only is it important to be bigger, stronger, faster… it is paramount to be healthier to succeed in the long-term.