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Men's Health South Africa July 2019

Men's Health is South Africa's best-selling men's magazine. And no wonder: each page is packed with expert tips and easy-to-implement, actionable advice on everything the modern man needs to feel fitter, happier and healthier. Through its award-winning content and design, Men's Health improves every aspect of a man's life, from physical and mental health to food, style, sex, stress, gear, grooming, tech, relationships, wealth, career and beyond. It's an essential read for any guy who wants to live his best life right now. That's you, right?

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South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Media 24 Ltd
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man of action

“For me, the toughest parts are during the training, and not over the seven days – that’s fuelled by adrenaline and hype. It’s getting through the seven months of mundane – and in many cases, solo – hours of training to get you to the start line that puts you in the precarious position of potentially giving up.” – OLIVER BATH, SOUTH AFRICAN RUN777 MARATHON RUNNER FIND MOTIVATION. When your motivation in winter starts to waiver, turn to others, says Joburg-born Oliver Bath, who in May this year – alongside Todd Hussey and Nicholas Shraga – completed seven marathons in seven days across seven countries. They spent seven months training for this feat. “Although the bulk of the training is done solo, using platforms that log and share your training activities…

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age is but a number

This is our annual Fit at Any Age issue. The theme could not be more apt for a guy of my age, following in the giant footsteps of my predecessors, Arthur Jones and Jason Brown – both great men and great editors, from whom I have gained so much knowledge and wisdom over the last eight and ahalf years at Men’s Health. This issue contains tools, tips and advice to help you look, feel and perform at your best – regardless of whether you’re 25 or 55. Here are 10 great lessons you’ll learn from this issue, no matter what your age: 1.VISUALISEYOURACTIVITY– our brains don’t know the difference between imagining something and doing it. Practise your training in your head. 2.CONFRONTYOURWORSTMEMORY– a different perspective could change your life. 3.EMBRACEYOURCOREVALUES– enjoyable activities, with people…

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men's health south africa

Robert Cilliers Editor & Creative Director WANITA NICOL Deputy Editor AZEEZ JACOBS Fashion & Grooming Editor NADIM NYKER Digital Editor KIRSTEN CURTIS Contributing Editor MEGAN FLEMMIT Multimedia Journalist DAVE BUCHANAN Copy Editor KELLEIGH KOREVAAR Features Writer THAAQIB DANIELS Content Producer NADIA WINDT Fashion Assistant Contributors: Mark Arendse (Design); Michelle von Schlicht (Design) Shared services: Kerry Nash (Production Manager James Garaghty (In-House Photographer) Amina Essop (Office Administrator) CEO MEDIA24 Ishmet DavidsonCEO PRINT MEDIA Rika SwartGENERAL MANAGER, LIFESTYLE Minette FerreiraGENERAL MANAGER, MONTHLIES Nerisa CoetzeeCFO, LIFESTYLE Jameelah ConwayFINANCIAL MANAGER Melanie Leeman MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS PUBLISHER Nikki Ruttimann 011 713 9147 (nikkir@media24.com) COMMERCIAL HEAD OF EVENTS: MONTHLIES Francois Malan 021 408 1228 (francois.malan@media24.com) COMMERCIAL MANAGING EDITOR Gerda Engelbrecht 021 443 9868 (gerda.engelbrecht@media24.com) COMMERCIAL MANAGER Lise Coetsee 021 443 9833 (lise.coetsee@media24.com) DIGITAL CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Lilitha Johnson 021 443 1237 (lilitha.johnson@media24.com) BRAND COORDINATOR Andile Nkosi 021 406 2257 (andile.nkosi@media24.com) PUBLISHING SALES TEAM BUSINESS MANAGER: MEDIA 24…

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mh world

HEALTH QUESTION: When I snack, I get hungrier – how do I stop the cravings? The answer is snacking “proteins and healthy fats,” endocrinologist Dr. Belinda Lennerz tells us. “Your body digests both slowly, and neither triggers the kind of hunger-stoking insulin response you get from sugar or refined carbs.” Pro tip: stay away from sweet and salty flavours – a combo that fires up your brain’s ‘give me more’ sectors. Eat better: MH.CO.ZA/HEALTH SEX 160 The number of women we surveyed who revealed that, for women who highly value vaginal orgasms, a longer penis is preferred. Over a third (33.8%) claimed they were more likely to consistently have a vaginal orgasm when their partner’s penis was longer than average; however, 60% of the women said size makes no difference. See what else they…

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the exchange

FITNESS How hard should I be foam-rolling? It should hurt, right? Liam, Chatsworth First off, you don’t have to use a foam roller. It is a choice. For some, it may help with mobility or temporary pain relief, as the pressure enacts changes within tissues and the nervous system. But you should never use a foam roller for a bone issue. Pain here could just mean pain; or you could be irritating a fracture, and causing more problems. When foam rollers are used correctly you will experience discomfort. Still, there should be no ongoing pain or discolouration of the tissues after rolling. Self-applied pain is a personal choice, but more is not necessarily better. Some people tend to overdo or overvalue the ability to tolerate discomfort. But with rolling, too much pain can…

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the meaning of ageing

I was watching The Tonight Show with my friend Dave. One of Jimmy Fallon’s guests was British comedian Ricky Gervais. A fan asked him what the worst thing was about getting old. “I don’t know where to start,” replied Gervais. “I wake up in the morning now and go, ‘Oh God, I didn’t die.’ I’ve got a stiff back and stiff legs. I’m losing hair. It’s all bad,” he continued. And then Fallon asked him to pick just one thing. That was the wrong time for me to have taken a gulp of coffee. “Pendulous testicles,” Gervais replied sharply. Coffee sprayed out of my nose and tears rolled down my cheeks; but when I looked up, I saw that Dave was stony faced. He didn’t think it was funny. He doesn’t…

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