In this video, one of Menno Henselmans’s clients and fellow digital nomad and fitness blogger, Mario Tomic (the guy in the featured image), interviews Menno about training for body recomposition. 00:36 Intro – Who is Menno Henselmans? 02:15 Body Recomposition (The so-called “holy grail” of diet and exercise) – Overview of the current state of the industry and practice. Can […]continue reading
Fellow Bayesians, the Bayesian research team is conducting a new study about the effect of protein intake and indirectly nutrient timing on recovery. I’m paying for this and other studies we’re doing out of my own pocket, because it is important to me. This has cost me thousands of dollars. I make a decent living and I live a sober […]
Is there any truth to the ‘wheat belly’ phenomenon? Did you know grains are loaded with anti-nutrients that make your body incapable of fully absorbing their nutrients, and even worse, impair your ability to absorb protein? Find the answers in this article.
This is a guide from ManageMyMealPlan.com on how to get rid of the anti-nutrients and gluten in grains. If you don’t know why you’d ever want to bother with that, read this article about grains for your gains. Grains, legumes and seeds often get a bad rap. Many of these products are naturally high in phytic acid, an antinutrient that inhibits the […]
Juma Iraki interviewed Menno Henselmans about human metabolism, metabolic damage and reverse dieting. Listen to the iTunes podcast version here.
Lidor Dayan interviewed Menno Henselmans on the Mind Body Podcast about a host of different topics. The sound quality isn’t the best, but hopefully the content makes up for that. 1. How did it all begin ( 1:25-2:45) 2. Doubts and insecurities when building your own brand ( 2:45-6:10) 3. What does it take to make a living from […]
Cholesterol is a small, fat-like molecule that supposedly clogs our arteries and kills us. But is cholesterol really the bad guy? Or maybe it’s the opposite: a lifter’s best friend? Cholesterol & your gains: the research Riechman et al. (2007) found that cholesterol may be good for your gains. In their study, 49 elderly individuals completed a 12-week strength […]
Vid from StrongCast Radio interviewed Menno Henselmans about what sets the Bayesian Bodybuilding apart. Click here for the iTunes version. Overview with time stamps A quick breakdown of who Menno is, and a rough intro to the Bayesian Bodybuilding approach – 3:00 How and why Menno first got into the gym – 5:30 The mistakes which he made […]