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Men's Health Australia

May 2019

Men's Health is the go-to magazine for Australian men looking to improve all aspects of their lives, from fitness and health to relationships, career and nutrition. If you're looking for expert advice and tips on the best workouts, cooking a tasty, nutritious meal in 15 minutes, reducing stress levels or updating your wardrobe, you'll find it here, all written in Men's Health's intelligent and humorous tone.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pacific Magazines Pty Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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making waves with a legend

menshealth@pacificmags.com.au I first met Kelly Slater four years ago. On our annual pilgrimage to the Mecca of Australian surfing, Bells Beach, my best mate and I were cruising along the Great Ocean Road, gazing out the window at empty waves and pristine beaches. Suddenly, our eyes settled on a lone surfer. The distant figure launched off the lip of a wave, so perfectly in tune with the water that he seemed to be mocking us mere mortals. We pulled over and, awestruck, watched him for 90 minutes.Given his affinity with the ocean, and the way his iconic shaved head caught the setting sun, there was no mistaking his identity: we’d made a rare sighting of Slater in the wild.Unfortunately, this is where the supreme coolness of this story ends. Realising…

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men's health australia

SCOTT HENDERSON Editor BEN JHOTY Deputy Editor DANIEL WILLIAMS Associate Editor DAVID ASHFORD Creative Director JASON LEE Deputy Art Director KATE FRASER Head Of Pictures – Fashion and Health LAUREN WILLIAMSON Digital Content Manager – Health ALEX PIEROTTI Digital Content Editor TODD LIUBINSKAS Fitness Director CHIEF BRABON Transformation Coach JEFF LACK Style Editor ERIN DOCHERTY Grooming Writer CLARISSA WILSON Brand Solutions Director JESSICA LAY Brand Solutions Manager CALVIN SIMPSON Brand Solutions Coordinator ANDREW CAMERON Executive Creative Director ALEX DALRYMPLE Multimedia Content Producer KATHY GLAVAS Head of Health COURTENAY McDERMOTT Marketing Manager – Health ELLIE FLETCHER Marketing & Events Executive PAUL KING Production Manager ALLAN WEBSTER Print Operations Manager JEREMY SUTTON Group Subscriptions Manager GEREURD ROBERTS Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Magazines GUY TORRE Chief Financial Officer LOUISA HATFIELD Group Content…

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the big question

LEARN TO “UNLIKE” YOUR NEED FOR INSTA VALIDATION. If you have to ask, AK, you might not “like” the answer. Narcissism isn’t simply a matter of self-love: it’s a set of behaviours that includes an exaggerated sense of your own importance and an excessive need for the admiration of others. Social media thrives on these feelings.Though you may know – on an intellectual level – that Instagram selfies aren’t a true reflection of reality, it’s all too easy to compare your daily life to someone else’s carefully curated highlights reel. And self-flagellation of this sort can send your fragile self-esteem plummeting.“This prompts us to search for ways to boost our confidence with likes and comments,” says psychotherapist Ben Bidwell(@thenakedprofessor).“Then we compete by sharing our own, highly selective and filtered…

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antisocial behaviour

CULL YOUR FOLLOWERS What does each exchange give you? Inspiration? Education? Laughs? If you don’t know what they bring to your feed, just unfollow. TAKE IT OFFLINE Use social media only when you’re alone, and never in the company of friends or family. Use an “app-blocker” to eliminate distractions. BE TRUE TO YOURSELF Review your past five posts – are they honest? Praise, when not earned, can cause mental distress, a University of Pennsylvania study finds.…

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does it work?

CHASE DOWN FAST RESULTS WITH A DIET YOU CAN STOMACH. (PHOTOGRAPHY: JOBE LAWRENSON) If you don’t eat before training, your body will burn fat for fuel instead of carbs: a win-win. Or so the theory behind fasted cardio goes. But nutritionist Chris Lowe says that this is an oversimplification. “When it comes to using fat or carbs for fuel, there’s no on/off switch. You’ll never burn 100 per cent carbs or 100 per cent fat. It’s always a combination.”It gets more complicated. In one study, those who trained on empty stomachs burned more fat than breakfast-eaters immediately after exercise but, 12 hours later, they were burning more carbohydate. The reverse occurred in subjects who had a pre-cardio meal. It pretty much balanced out.Our advice? Do what feels good. If…

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text a pt

Hi I panned to train my legs at lunch but I’m seriously sore. Do I have a pass to skip the gym? Well, training sore muscles will increase your injury risk, and it’s unlikely you’ll be able to lift as much as in your last session … … but don’t skip it, shirker! Try steady-state cardio on a bike, or head to the pool instead. You can return to your regular routine tomorrow. Fair cop. But how can I stop soreness hurting my progress? Just don’t overdo it: try no more than than eight sets on one muscle group each session. OK. Should I split my training into muscle groups, then? Do two push and pull workouts a week. Squats and leg presses on push days, hamstring moves and…

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