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Men's Health Singapore November 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.

Country:
Singapore
Language:
English
Publisher:
SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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beat bad complexion with science

Almost every guy goes through some kind of acne during his life, whether you’re a teenager or an adult. Maybe it’s a smattering of zits across both cheeks, or just one really stubborn pimple on your nose. Your mom kept telling you not to pick at it. Chances are, you did anyway. The chickens come home to roost in your adulthood with the scars, of course. The trouble is, acne scars are different from other scars- they look different. The American Academy of Dermatology reveals they often have their own complex characteristics. That means getting rid of them requires a trip to the doctor, who will map out the treatment options for exactly your kind of scar, and your kind of skin. Meet Dr Ivan Puah, medical director of Amaris B. Clinic,…

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ed's note

TIME MATTERS So, you want to be a CEO? It’s not impossible, you know. But you’ve got to be willing to hustle and grind your way to the top. This issue, we tapped CEOs for their tried-and-true tricks. Because who better to tell you how to make it to the top than the people who are already there? But beyond wheeling and dealing, some of the best career advice really isn’t rocket science-becoming successful is really about juggling time and priorities and getting the biggest bang for everything you sit down for. And here’s the biggest irony- part of working life is about having meetings, but they can be real time-wasters. Here’s a few conference room guidelines to help out. Avoid The Post-Lunch Meetings Besides the possibility that most people might be…

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at menshealth.com.sg

7 Best Ways To Trim Your Beard And Maintain Facial Hair Want to get a better looking beard? You don’t always have to spend a lot of money at the barbershop if you know what to do. https://www.menshealth.com.sg/style-grooming/ best-ways-to-trim-beard-facial-hair/ Falling In Love At Work? How To Date Your Colleague The Right Way It can be tricky if you end up falling in love with a colleague. But is there a way for office romance to work? https://www.menshealth.com.sg/sex-women/how-to-datecolleague-office-romance-love-coworker/ 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 • 10 Cardio Alternatives For Faster…

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time to upgrade your ticker?

Picking the right watch for the right occasion can up your style game, but what exactly should you go for? Make no mistake, a watch isn’t merely a tool for you to tell the time and where you need to be. Watches can be pieces of art, crafted with utmost care and precision. When it comes to choosing the right one that can balance simplicity, style, class and reliability, there are only a few you should look out for. Tissot is a brand known for its quality, and its long, storied heritage. It was in 1853 when Charles-Félicien Tissot, a gold case-fitter, and his son Charles-Émile, a watchmaker, started their watch assembly shop in Le Locle, Switzerland. Since then, Tissot has established themselves as one of the leading Swiss watchmakers in the…

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ask men’s health

CAN YOU ACTUALLY PREDICT IF YOU’LL GO BALD? That’s an unfortunate no. Sure, your ancestors play a big role—male-pattern baldness may be up to 80 percent genetic. But it’s also highly individual and hard to predict. The old “look at your mother’s father’s hair” idea is bunk, says Dhaval Bhanusali, M.D., a dermatologist and clinical instructor at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine in New York City. Here’s the real red flag: rapidly thinning hair in your 20s or 30s, he says. Men in this category can lose half their hair within two or three years. Try this: Take a few selfies of your scalp and compare them to new shots three months later, suggests Dr. Bhanusali. See a difference? Check with a dermatologist to rule out medical conditions such as…

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yes/ no/ maybe

That depends on your goal, Steve. This sounds like poor hip mobility – something plenty of men struggle with. If your primary concern is sculpting a beach body, it’s unlikely to prove a big hindrance. But let’s assume you’re after more than just aesthetics. For power, agility and eye-catching PBs in big compound lifts such as squats and deadlifts, flexible joints do matter and a lack of mobility will hold you back. Movement coach Ollie Frost advocates a little-and-often approach during training: “Pick a few key exercises and incorporate them where possible – whether that’s before bed or between sets of heavy lifts,” he says. “It can take several months to remodel your connective tissue, so start now and you will rebuild your body before the year’s out.” Go on…

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