PODCAST: Transform your Health, Fitness, and Nutrition with Dr. Paul Henning | THE INTERVIEW ROOM | Episode 012

Transform your Health, Fitness, and Nutrition with Dr. Paul Henning | THE INTERVIEW ROOM | Episode 012


Meet this Weeks Guest: Dr. Paul Henning PHD

Dr. Paul Henning, PHD

I’m currently an Army officer on active duty with over 16 years of experience and also run my own health, mindset, fitness & nutrition coaching business. The majority of my career in the military has focused on enhancing Warfighter health and performance through biomedical research; particularly in exercise physiology and nutrition.

I am passionate about helping people enhance all aspects of their lives through health and wellness.  I believe our health is everything and leads to a more fulfilling life for ourselves and our loved ones. I’ve dedicated my professional life to helping people transform their health and wellness through nutrition, fitness, and lifestyle habits.

With over 25 years of academic and practical experience in the fitness industry and over 15 years of leadership experience in the military, I combine a habit-based approach to fitness, nutrition & mindset and utilize my leadership skills and knowledge to guide people through the essential steps needed to improve their health and fitness and learn how to keep it permanently. 


Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Ph.D., Exercise Physiology

Distinguished Military Graduate, Reserve Officer Training Corps

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

M.S., Exercise Physiology

East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA

B.S., Physical Education


NSCA-Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Metabolic Precision

Show Notes from This Episode

The Interview Room releases weekly. In here, I interview leaders from all walks of life highlighting strong and meaningful conversations that provide insight, guidance, and encouragement for the listener. 

In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Paul Henning, PhD.

  • We discuss Dr. Paul Henning’s experience in the military and his involvement with warfighter performance. 
  • We discuss the importance of physical activity and nutrition and their relationship to mental health.
  • We talk about the excuses that can come up in the areas of nutrition and physical activity and ways to combat them.
  • Finally, we conclude with actionable advice for keeping up with physical activity and nutrition while under stay-at-home/ safer-at-home orders. 

HOW TO CONNECT with Dr. Paul Henning:

After the episode: 

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