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Health & Fitness
Men's Health Singapore

Men's Health Singapore December 2018

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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In this issue

2 min.
how this singapore businessman finally got the body that he wanted!

“I WAS 39 YEARS OLD AND WORKED WITH PERSONAL TRAINERS IN THE PAST WITHOUT A LOT OF SUCCESS. I WASN’T CONVINCED THAT PERSONAL TRAINING COULD DO MUCH FOR ME BUT I WANTED TO GIVE IT ONE LAST SHOT!” Charles dropped from a respectable but slightly soft 18% body fat to a super ripped and tight 7% in only 12 weeks and here’s how he did it. In the gym – Charles trained 3-4 times / week with his UP trainer, Fariz Adam. Fariz put together a routine that was specifically designed for Charles’ aesthetic goals of improved v-taper, a six-pack, and an enhanced shape and six pack. The gym sessions were no more than an hour in duration and exclusively focused on resistance training, with Charles steering clear of traditional gym cardio…

1 min.
ed's note

DISCIPLINE VERSUS REGRET So, 2018 has finally run it’s last legs. How’d you do this year in reaching the goals you set yourself in January? For those of you that managed to get close, or past your lifegoalskudos. But for the folks who didn’twhy? It’s important to take stock of the “why”, especially if you want to make sure you don’t repeat the same mistakes in 2019. I went digging round the Men’s Health archives for some worldly wisdom, and came across this beautiful nugget. "Real regrets only come from not doing your best. All else is out of your control. You’re measured by results only. Trade excuses and “trying” for results, and expect halfhearted results from half-hearted efforts. Do MORE than is expected of you. Life’s easy when you live it…

2 min.
gold ain’t old, it’s in

There’s a reason why the U.S treasury keeps it’s reserves in gold because the material has always been a permanent sign of wealth and prestige, and a great holder of value. And in recent years there’s been a merger between gold and fashion, with an Indian businessman famously shooting to fame in 2013 for purchasing one of the world’s most expensive shirts made entirely of gold, that was valued at USD$320,000 at that time. Now there’s no need to go that far up the bling sweepstakes, but if you do want to get something contemporary chic, you might want to look at Longines’ new variations of their Record collection, as they’ve introduced rose gold, or stainless steel and rose gold. Some background on the Record collection- it features two separate and distinct…

1 min.
at menshealth.com.sg

Is Masturbating Good For Health? 9 Reasons Pleasuring Yourself Is Beneficial Is masturbation is good for health? You bet. Take a look at these 9 reasons why you should do it more. https://www.menshealth.com.sg/sex-women/masturbating-benefitsgood-for-health-self-pleasure/ Is Your Weight Going Up And Down Constantly? You Could Be At Risk Of A Heart Attack Many people struggle with yo-yo dieting, and a new study says those weight fluctuations could be bad for your heart – even if your measurements improve. https://www.menshealth.com.sg/weight-loss-nutrition/weight-heart-attack-fluctuation-inconsistent/ 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 learn how to upgrade your muscle gains, look like a million bucks and get the girl. www.bit.ly/1YHEeSA • MH VIDEO • Condoms Don t…

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ask men’s health

MY WIFE TOSSES AND TURNS. HOW DO I TELL HER I WANT TO SLEEP SEPARATELY WITHOUT GETTING A DIVORCE? — JIMMY Carefully. Start by asking if she’s sleeping well, says therapist Carolina Castaños, Ph.D. If she says no, the conversation just got easier. Otherwise, use the health angle— poor sleep is a risk factor for depression and heart disease. Tell her you want to try separate beds, just to see if it helps. Castaños suggests trying separate beds in the same room, but hang out with her in her bed each night before you head to your own. WE’RE TWO MONTHS IN OUR RELATIONSHIP, AND I LET OUT AN “I LOVE YOU.” SHE SAID, “THAT’S SWEET.” SHOULD I BE WORRIED? — PETER Maybe she’s never said it before. Maybe she doesn’t like being…

1 min.
yes/ no/ maybe

If your kid studies every subject on their own and gets genuine satisfaction over a stellar report card, a reward isn’t necessary. If you’ve got the other type of kid— and you probably do— consider trading rewards for performance. “If you reinforce them by giving them money or a skateboard, contingent upon doing things they need to do, they start to associate better grades with the things they want, which is true of the real world,” says Cornell University clinical psychologist Matthew Specht, Ph.D. The key, he says, is to reward a mix of things they’re already doing well and things they could use work on, to encourage them to practice areas of struggle.…