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Men's Health Australia

Oct 01 2021
Magazine

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.

COVER GUY’S LETTER • Interviewing Simu Liu will go down as a career highlight. As you’ll learn in this issue (p.68), Liu embodies all the Men’s Health man should aspire to be. And with such a creative powerhouse gracing the cover of this issue, it made perfect sense to share the editorial reins with the Shang-Chi star himself. – Scott, Editor

Men’s Health Australia

THE BIG QUESTION • Since WFH became the norm, work has taken over my home life. How do I separate them? – SH

ANCIENT SOLUTION TO A MODERN PROBLEM

ASK THE GIRLS IN THE OFFICE • My girlfriend says I devote too much time to my training. I don’t get it. Don’t women want their partner to look good? – BD

TURN MUSCLE GAIN ALL THE WAY UP TO 11 • But not in the way you expect. Your cool-down playlist has the most potent effect on your progress in the gym. So chill

SLOW JAMS • Introduce these instantly calming cool-down tracks to your playlist to kick-start your recovery and aid muscle growth

MASSAGE THE FAT-LOSS STATISTICS • In lockdown, weight gain can seem inevitable. Except, we’ve sniffed out a rather luxurious way to keep your gut in check

HEAVEN SCENTS • Essential oils help to boost performance, speed up recovery and burn fat. Find the scent that will fire up your goals

UNPEEL THE GIFT OF A LONGER LIFE • New research suggests that your everyday citrus could help you squeeze out extra zest as you grow older. The future’s orange

FOOD FILLIPS • Forget counting kilojoules and feast on the benefits of a square meal

MARK OF A MAN • Former tennis star MARK PHILIPPOUSSIS played a full-throttled game that mirrored his approach to life. Today, at 44, the man known widely as “Scud” is less an explosive force than a battle-hardened survivor, keen to leave his mark in areas far removed from sport

TAKE THE PATH OF HIGH RESISTANCE • Sometimes, the future of your fitness depends on what’s behind you. The BAND-DISTRACTED DUMBBELL ROW has your back

TO CARB, OR NOT TO CARB • Are carbohydrates key to fitness, or a bad habit you need to soften? We find out if loading up or cutting out offers a better route to health

DUCK, YEAH! • There’s a wide world of delectable poultry out there beyond chicken. Duck is a powerful source of nutrients like protein and iron – and, let’s not forget, flavour. Round out the meal with two southern-inspired, fibre-rich sides

THE SECRET TO BETTER FLEXIBILITY • With the world constantly in flux, you have to be open to change. The trick is knowing when to adapt and when to dig in

AN OPHTHALMOLOGIST’S GUIDE TO YOUR EYES

CHARLOTTE CASLICK • The 26-year-old Queenslander may just be the best women’s rugby sevens player on the planet, winner of a historic gold medal in 2016 with the Australian team in the first-ever Olympic rugby sevens contest. After a repeat triumph eluded the side in Tokyo, Caslick is now gearing up for the Dubai 7s in December

TRAIN LIKE RZA • Lots of guys focus on their pecs, biceps and abs. But for creative powerhouses like RZA – a rapper, music and film producer and actor (see: next year’s Minions: The Rise of Gru) – the most important performance happens above the neck. Here’s how the 52-year-old WuTang mastermind keeps his eyes, ears and brain in optimal shape

DIALING BACK THE DESPERATION • Acceptance seems like a simple concept, but sometimes it’s...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 132 Publisher: Paragon Media Pty Ltd Edition: Oct 01 2021

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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.

COVER GUY’S LETTER • Interviewing Simu Liu will go down as a career highlight. As you’ll learn in this issue (p.68), Liu embodies all the Men’s Health man should aspire to be. And with such a creative powerhouse gracing the cover of this issue, it made perfect sense to share the editorial reins with the Shang-Chi star himself. – Scott, Editor

Men’s Health Australia

THE BIG QUESTION • Since WFH became the norm, work has taken over my home life. How do I separate them? – SH

ANCIENT SOLUTION TO A MODERN PROBLEM

ASK THE GIRLS IN THE OFFICE • My girlfriend says I devote too much time to my training. I don’t get it. Don’t women want their partner to look good? – BD

TURN MUSCLE GAIN ALL THE WAY UP TO 11 • But not in the way you expect. Your cool-down playlist has the most potent effect on your progress in the gym. So chill

SLOW JAMS • Introduce these instantly calming cool-down tracks to your playlist to kick-start your recovery and aid muscle growth

MASSAGE THE FAT-LOSS STATISTICS • In lockdown, weight gain can seem inevitable. Except, we’ve sniffed out a rather luxurious way to keep your gut in check

HEAVEN SCENTS • Essential oils help to boost performance, speed up recovery and burn fat. Find the scent that will fire up your goals

UNPEEL THE GIFT OF A LONGER LIFE • New research suggests that your everyday citrus could help you squeeze out extra zest as you grow older. The future’s orange

FOOD FILLIPS • Forget counting kilojoules and feast on the benefits of a square meal

MARK OF A MAN • Former tennis star MARK PHILIPPOUSSIS played a full-throttled game that mirrored his approach to life. Today, at 44, the man known widely as “Scud” is less an explosive force than a battle-hardened survivor, keen to leave his mark in areas far removed from sport

TAKE THE PATH OF HIGH RESISTANCE • Sometimes, the future of your fitness depends on what’s behind you. The BAND-DISTRACTED DUMBBELL ROW has your back

TO CARB, OR NOT TO CARB • Are carbohydrates key to fitness, or a bad habit you need to soften? We find out if loading up or cutting out offers a better route to health

DUCK, YEAH! • There’s a wide world of delectable poultry out there beyond chicken. Duck is a powerful source of nutrients like protein and iron – and, let’s not forget, flavour. Round out the meal with two southern-inspired, fibre-rich sides

THE SECRET TO BETTER FLEXIBILITY • With the world constantly in flux, you have to be open to change. The trick is knowing when to adapt and when to dig in

AN OPHTHALMOLOGIST’S GUIDE TO YOUR EYES

CHARLOTTE CASLICK • The 26-year-old Queenslander may just be the best women’s rugby sevens player on the planet, winner of a historic gold medal in 2016 with the Australian team in the first-ever Olympic rugby sevens contest. After a repeat triumph eluded the side in Tokyo, Caslick is now gearing up for the Dubai 7s in December

TRAIN LIKE RZA • Lots of guys focus on their pecs, biceps and abs. But for creative powerhouses like RZA – a rapper, music and film producer and actor (see: next year’s Minions: The Rise of Gru) – the most important performance happens above the neck. Here’s how the 52-year-old WuTang mastermind keeps his eyes, ears and brain in optimal shape

DIALING BACK THE DESPERATION • Acceptance seems like a simple concept, but sometimes it’s...


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