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USSA Faculty Scholarship: Dr. M. Brian Wallace


Dr. M. Brian Wallace

Chair of Sports Exercise Science

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Curriculum Vitae


Wallace, M. B. (1989). The acute effects of resistance exercise on parameters of lipoprotein metabolism. Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I. 


Below are some highlights of the scholarly works by Dr. M. Brian Wallace.

Peer-reviewed and Refereed Publications
Note format below is for informational purposes, please update to any needed citation format required for studies. If you have questions on citation formats, please feel free to connect with the course professor. 

Wallace, MB, Lim, JC, Bucci, LA and Cutler, AC.  The effects of DHEA vs androstenedione supplementation on body composition, lipid and hormonal profiles, and strength in middle-aged males.   Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.  31(12); 1788-92, 1999.

Wallace, MB, Mills, BD and Browning, CL.  Effects of cross-training on markers of insulin resistance/hyperinsulinemia.  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.  29(9): 1170-75, 1997.

Wallace, MB, Moffatt, RJ, Haymes, EM, and Green, NR.  Acute effects of resistance exercise on parameters of lipoprotein metabolism. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.  23(2): 199-204,1991.

Wallace, MB, Moffatt, RJ, and Hancock, LA.  Delayed effects of heavy resistance exercise on plasma volume shifts.  Journal of Applied Sport Science Research.  4(4): 154-159, 1990.

Moffatt, RJ, Wallace, MB, and Sady, SP.  Effects of anabolic-androgenic steroid use on lipoprotein profiles of female weight lifters.  Physician and Sports Medicine. 18(9): 106-115, 1990.

Book Chapter:  Overview of Anabolic/Androgenic Hormones and Strength in   Nutrition and the Strength Athlete, Jackson, C.G.R. (Ed.), CRC Press, Boca   Raton, FL., pp 133-156, 2001.

Sport Supplement:  published by the US Sports Academy (National) 1995-97

  • Testing and Evaluation of the High Performance Athlete
  • Insulin resistance syndrome and body shape
  • Creatine loading and performance
  • Hyponatremia: concerns for the endurance athlete
  • Training in high heat and humidity
  • Iron status and the athlete
  • Post-training nutrition
  • Effects of endurance training on strength performance
  • Aerobic fitness: what it is and why it’s important
  • In search of a competitive edge: carbohydrate loading
  • Improving your health: the Surgeon General’s report
  • The increasing popularity of training with free weights
  • Personal trainers: what to look for
  • Overtraining: symptoms and solutions