Men's Health UK

Men's Health UK November 2020

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Men's Health is the UK's best-selling quality men's magazine packed with expert tips and advice on everything today's man needs to feel fitter, healthier, and happier. Every month Men's Health delivers the inside track on the subjects that matter most to men. Naturally there's fitness, weight loss and general health plus the best advice on food, nutrition and meal plans. The award-winning Men's Health also delivers the very best in sex and relationships, gear, style, grooming, travel and wealth. Small steps, big results: It's an essential read for any man who wants to make his life better without turning his world upside down.

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1 min.
the expert panel

DAVID HAREWOOD FILM-MAKER AND ACTOR Black British men are disproportionately hospitalised for mental ill-health. Documentary maker Harewood explores why p62 ZACK GEORGE UK CROSSFIT CHAMPION The UK’s fittest man on how perseverance and self-belief turned him from an overweight Leicester boy into a CrossFit icon p48 THEODORE FRIEDMAN PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE Your fat hormones are decisive in how you lose or gain weight. Friedman gives you the skinny on the science p42 HENDRICK FAMUTIMI CHAMPION POWERLIFTER Out-muscle anxiety and give both brain and brawn a workout with the advice of PT and athlete Famutimi p86 ALEXANDER VOLKANOVSKI UFC FIGHTER The UFC featherweight champion on how he overcame back pain and shed 30kg on his rise to the top p24 MAX HALLEY RESTAURATEUR Don’t settle for a meal deal. Allow sandwich pioneer Halley to help you retool the lunchtime staple for maximum flavour and satiety p80 THIS ISSUE IS…

3 min.
editor’s letter

No one likes being pigeon-holed. No one wants to be defined by another man’s gaze. But like the actor forever destined to play the pantomime villain or the endearing goofball, it’s an inevitability of life. For most of my time at Men’s Health, we have endeavoured to present a holistic, multifaceted image of health and fitness. We have catered for a broad range of readers, from the young and gains-hungry gym rat to the middle-aged executive whose ego and appetite write cheques his body can no longer cash. We’ve gone to great lengths to prove that a salubrious lifestyle needn’t be one devoid of good food, high stakes or occasional bad behaviour. We embraced – hell, we pioneered – the conversation around male mental health. And yet, to many, we will…

1 min.
boosting your heart health is a walk in the park

01 STEP CHANGE 02 NUMBER GAINS The idea of taking 10,000 steps per day gets a lot of stick. Is it essential for good health, or is it just an arbitrary goal? The truth is that it depends. If you’re working out three or four times per week, the extra steps are a bonus but far from game-changing. The problem is that many struggle to hit even moderate levels of consistent physical activity. If that’s you, giving yourself a manageable step target can be a lifesaver. Researchers in the US followed the exercise habits of a group of over-40s for a decade and found that cardiovascular disease was the leading cause of death among the participants. For those walking an average number of steps per day (about 4,000, both in the US and…

1 min.
always hit your target

25G OF PROTEIN PER MEAL Consume less and muscle tears from exercise will persist, so gains will go to waste, according to the University of Texas. 15 MINUTES OF MEDITATION Using a meditation app for 15 minutes per day confers similar mental benefits to a day off work, says the Journal of Positive Psychology. EIGHT HOURS’ SLEEP Regularly skipping a good night’s sleep can double your mortality risk from all causes, according to a study by University College London. WORDS: LOUEE DESSENT-JACKSON I ARTWORK: PETER CROWTHER AT DEBUT ART I ILLUSTRATIONS: ANDREA MANZATI…

2 min.
slide into beast mode

03 MIGHT CRAWLER Unlike many members of the Hollywood elite, Chris Hemsworth isn’t into training fads. On Instagram, you’ll see him pushing himself to the limit, armed with just dumbbells – and the results speak for themselves. The key is picking the right movement. His dumbbell beast crawl may look funny – it earned a parody from Jack Black – but the benefits are no laughing matter. “It’s a complex move but not a heavy load, so you can maintain a higher heart rate for longer,” says Andrew Tracey, PT and MH’s fitness editor. “You’ll be burning more calories than a heavy lifting move like a bench press.” In addition to a solid calorie burn, it hits the rotational muscles in your core as you fight to stabilise yourself while moving the weights…

5 min.
the health snob’s guide to squash

04 SQUASH HUNGER 05 POWER PLATES 01 SLIMMER PICKINGS Carbs can be a wonderful thing. But if you want to tighten up your nutrition plan in your quest for healthy weight loss, endless servings of sweet potatoes and brown rice can be dispiriting. Squash are your seasonal saviour. They’re a nutritious, invariably low-calorie source of energy that will fuel workouts and better health, bulking up meals to banish hunger. Jackson Boxer, chef patron of Vauxhall’s Brunswick House Café, is on hand to help you add a little colour to your cooking. A COURGETTE If you’ve ever tried your hand at “courgetti”, you’ll know that courgettes are a trusty, low-calorie carb alternative. Their high water content helps to boost satiety, and they’re packed with musclesoothing potassium to defeat DOMS. B BUTTERNUT A hefty butternut squash looks like you…