We geek out a little today with our guest Menno Henslemans, so grab your paper and pen for this one. Menno started his career as a business consultant, but his passion for science and fitness turned him into an international public speaker, scientific researcher and educator. His works have been published in over a dozen languages and his website was ranked the #1 fitness website by The Huffington Post.
Currently, Menno is a reviewer in the Cambridge University’s ReachSci Society Mini-PhD Program 2023 and a scientist for the International Scientific Research Foundation for Fitness and Nutrition. He is also a board member of the Institute of Nutrition and Fitness Sciences (INFS) of India, and FitZonderFabels, in the Netherlands.
He created the Henselmans Personal Training Certification Program (PT Course), which is not only available in English, but also translated into Dutch, Spanish, French and German.
He’s a best-selling author on Amazon with his book The Science of Self-control., which we will talk about in the context of an older woman.
All of his content is based on science, but also on years of experience in the health and fitness world. So, you can see that Menno is pretty qualified to speak about all things food and exercise.
He has a great Instagram account, which I love following, but so do 130 thousand others. He’s also got interesting YouTube videos and a Twitter and Facebook account, where you can find tens of thousands of other people too. I have links to all of these in the show notes.
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