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Men's Health Singapore

Men's Health Singapore July - August 2019

Men's Health Singapore is the authority on men’s fitness, health, sex and relationships, grooming and style, a “100% Useful” monthly guide for the sophisticated and active man who is vibrant, financially secure and who seeks an editorial product that is presented in an approachable and professional manner.

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GROUP EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Caroline Ngui, nguislc@sph.com.sg GROUP EDITOR Raymond Goh, raygoh@sph.com.sg EDITORIAL Editor Kelvin Tan, kelvtan@sph.com.sg Content Producer Gilbert Wong, gilbertw@sph.com.sg Senior Manager,Administration & Editorial Support Unit Juliana Chong, julianac@sph.com.sg Administrative Assistant Ho Mei San, meisanho@sph.com.sg CREATIVE Art Directors Jason Tan, jasontan@sph.com.sg Ashruddin Sani, ashdin@sph.com.sg Michael Chian, cmichael@sph.com.sg Ray Christian Tiscay, rayt@sph.com.sg Chief Photographer Veronica Tay, verontay@sph.com.sg Executive Photographers Frenchescar Lim, frenchl@sph.com.sg Tan Wei Te, tanweite@sph.com.sg Photographers Darren Chang, darrenc@sph.com.sg Vee Chin, veechin@sph.com.sg Videographer Gong Yimin, gongym@sph.com.sg Assistant Photographers Phyllicia Wang, wanglix@sph.com.sg Senior Administrative Executive Wendy Wong, wwong@sph.com.sg BRAND LAB Director Ong Ting Nee, tingnee@sph.com.sg Editor Grace Chua, cshgrace@sph.com.sg Associate Editor Shairah Thoufeekh Ahamed, stahamed@sph.com.sg Senior Writer Nida Seah, seahnida@sph.com.sg Assistant Project Manager Nurasyidah Abdul Razak, nsyidah@sph.com.sg Senior Art Director Neccol Woo, neccolw@sph.com.sg Art Directors Kim Wong, kimwong@sph.com.sg Stephanie Teo, stephteo@sph.com.sg VIDEO LAB Graphic Designer Felicia Liew, felliew@sph.com.sg Graphic Designer Sherry Leung, suetyee@sph.com.sg Graphic Designer Muhammad Firdaus Mahadi, firmhdi@sph.com.sg SPH MAGAZINES Chief Executive Officer Maureen Wee, weekfm@sph.com.sg Publishing Services Director…

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ed's note

As a dad and approaching my 40’s, my training is less about vanity nowadays, and more about wanting to move, play, and perform well. I keep fit so that I can keep up with my six-year-old son, Bradley, and I train so that I can be a part of his today and his future. For these reasons, my workouts must be smart. Everything I do must be effective, efficient. I must spend less to get more. My training has to make me more vital and durable—mentally, emotionally, and physically. And it must enable me to do things I love and to be powerfully present for my son. In short, fitness has to serve us and those we love as we naturally age, not steal from us. And so does all our small day-to-day choices,…

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smooth operator

Sure, you’ve heard of Tupperware, scrap-booking, wine tasting and spa parties. But it’s not just girls who know how to have fun. Men can have their share of ingenious ways to get together. Just add waxing to that list. Better still, a bachelor Brazilian waxing party for your buddy who’s soon to be married. While it might not sound like an ideal evening out for some, waxing parties are gaining popularity the world over. In Singapore, bachelor waxing is a new Brazilian waxing experience introduced by Thomas D’esthetique, the leading men’s aesthetics, wellness and skincare salon. Its founder, Thomas Tong, has over 20 years of experience as a face and body aromatherapist for men, skilled at hair removal via Brazilian waxing. Thomas D’esthetique provides two waxing services to suit one’s comfort level.…

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How To Increase Stamina: 5 Easy Ways To Last Longer You can’t just develop stellar endurance and stamina overnight. Whether you’re a guy who loves a long weekend run or if you’re simply hoping to stick to your workout for more time than you did last week, use these expert-backed strategies to stay in it for the long haul. https://www.menshealth.com.sg/fitness/how-to-increase-stamina-easy-ways-last-longer-workouts/ Best Low-Fat Cheeses That Won’t Destroy Your Diet If you love your cheese but are on a strict low-fat diet, fear not. These cheese options can be a great addition to your meals without the extra fat. https://www. menshealth.com.sg/weight-loss-nutrition/best-low-fat-cheeses-diet-nutrition/ THE MOST USEFUL E-MAIL IN YOUR INBOX Sign up for our newsletter when you register to be a member on Menshealth.com.sg and receive free expert advice and tips delivered straight to your inbox. Each week, you’ll…

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meet the man boob mythbuster

While some women fret about having breasts that are too small, some guys worry about having breasts that are too large. Unfortunately, when they look in the mirror, they seem to have less chest and more breast. If you’re unaware, sometimes it’s not about how much (or how little) they’ve been working out, but rather whether or not they have a condition called gynecomastia, colloquially known as man boobs. Here’s a breakdown of some myths about this you might have read on the internet. MYTH 1: YOUR BEER HABIT IS WHY YOU’VE GOT MAN BOOBS Logically, alcohol contains calories and carbs, so you’d think drinking is why you’re packing man boobs. Ironically though, a review in Current Obesity Reports found drinkers weigh less than teetotallers! Beer connoisseurs who are fans of Indian Pale…

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is farting at the gym ever ok?

There are several reasons why we get gassy during physical exertion. First, heavy breathing causes excess air to get trapped in our digestive tract, which is released through the anus, Women’s Health reported. Plus, all that moving stimulates the digestive process, which also contributes to gassiness. Dr. John Whyte, Chief Medical Officer at WebMD, made a medical case for those in favour of relieving themselves in public. Holding in that air means contracting your muscles, and doing this while exerting other muscle groups is unnatural for your body. In fact, doing both at the same time could lead to injuries and abnormal spikes in blood pressure. “You don’t want to be contracting and clenching down when you’re exerting other muscle groups,” says Whyte. I GET UPSET PRETTY EASILY. DOES THAT MAKE ME AN…