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Men's Health Australia

Dec 01 2019
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.

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OPTIMAL HEALTH IS AN OUTSIDE JOB • Alongside your five-a-day of fresh fruit and veg, two hours per week in nature is your new prescription for total wellbeing

GET THE RUB OF THE GREEN • Microdose your two weekly hours in nature with our day-to-day strategy

CHISEL YOUR OWN SET OF ICEPACK ABS • Has your progress slowed to a glacial pace? Studies suggest you can stock up on new muscle in the freezer

SHOCK TACTICS • Cold feet? These deep-freeze health benefits may just thaw your resolve

SORE TO THE CORE • MUSCLE SORENESS IS COMMON AFTER A HARD TRAINING SESSION. MAKE PART OF YOUR RECOVERY PLAN A RELAXING BATH WITH MAGNESIUM FLAKES FOR YOUR TIRED, SORE MUSCLES.

TURN UP THE HEAT ON YOUR CARDIO • Science says that sweating it out in a hot yoga class or sauna can give your endurance levels a sweltering spike. You’ll soon be steaming ahead

MERCURY RISING

COMFORT FOOD IS MAKING YOU SAD • We all know that stress-eating at the office is bad news for your belly, but now research suggests it’s taking a big bite out of your mental health, too

CHEAP THRILLS

DRIVEN TO SUCCEED • In the flamboyant world of Formula 1, Mark Webber was distinguished by his humility, dedication and absence of flashy excess. It turns out that’s a formula for success

Twist the Screw on Muscle Gain • IF YOU WANT TO STRETCH YOUR POTENTIAL, THEN TURN TO THE RESISTANCE BAND WINDMILL AND PRESS. IT’LL FIRE UP YOUR ABS AND PRIME YOU FOR BIGGER LIFTS

EAT, MAN. EAT! • Lauren Larson gets the whole healthy-eating thing you’re doing, but on a date, please: do women a favour and order the burger

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN… …I Overtrain? • Pushing yourself too hard in the gym will derail your mood, health and, of course, your gains. Know the signs to avoid burnout

THE BIG T • More muscle, more sex, more energy? Maybe. We shake down the oversimplified and overrated myths about testosterone to bring you what you need to know about it now

WHAT TESTOSTERONE CAN—AND CAN’T—DO • SOMETIMES IT GETS TOO MUCH CREDIT; SOMETIMES IT GETS TOO MUCH BLAME

How would you know if your T were low? • COMMON SYMPTOMS OF BELOW-NORMAL T, WHICH COULD AFFECT AS MANY AS 500,000 MEN IN AUSTRALIA (GENERALLY OLDER MEN):

How You Measure Up • With testosterone, as with life, normal is nuanced. And fraught (but shouldn’t be). What to know about finding your T

What the numbers mean • A T level of 8.64-29 is normal, with this exception: if your T is sub-10 and you have low-T symptoms, then docs might put you in the low-T category

HOW YOUR LIFE CAN AFFECT YOUR T • EVEN SOCIAL FACTORS AND HEALTH HABITS CAN CHANGE YOUR T. CHECK OUT WHAT MAKES IT MOVE

IF YOUR T IS TRULY LOW • YOU’VE GOT THREE COURSES OF ACTION, SAYS MILLS, IN ORDER OF INCREASING AGGRESSIVENESS. CHOOSE WISELY

How testosterone affects muscle growth • GETTING RIPPED THE SMART WAY

THE HEALTH SNOB’S GUIDE TO BROCCOLI • This superfood is no longer just a soggy side dish for chicken and brown rice. Here’s how to upgrade your bland bodybuilder fare into the main event

GREEN GIANTS • YOU DON’T NEED MEAT TO BUILD MUSCLE – HERE ARE THREE INGREDIENTS THAT WON’T CAUSE YOUR GAINS TO WILT

THE INSIDE TRACT • We all know that the way to...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 132 Publisher: Paragon Media Pty Ltd Edition: Dec 01 2019

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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.

DUCK AND WEAVE

Men's Health Australia

ASK MH

TEXT A PT

OPTIMAL HEALTH IS AN OUTSIDE JOB • Alongside your five-a-day of fresh fruit and veg, two hours per week in nature is your new prescription for total wellbeing

GET THE RUB OF THE GREEN • Microdose your two weekly hours in nature with our day-to-day strategy

CHISEL YOUR OWN SET OF ICEPACK ABS • Has your progress slowed to a glacial pace? Studies suggest you can stock up on new muscle in the freezer

SHOCK TACTICS • Cold feet? These deep-freeze health benefits may just thaw your resolve

SORE TO THE CORE • MUSCLE SORENESS IS COMMON AFTER A HARD TRAINING SESSION. MAKE PART OF YOUR RECOVERY PLAN A RELAXING BATH WITH MAGNESIUM FLAKES FOR YOUR TIRED, SORE MUSCLES.

TURN UP THE HEAT ON YOUR CARDIO • Science says that sweating it out in a hot yoga class or sauna can give your endurance levels a sweltering spike. You’ll soon be steaming ahead

MERCURY RISING

COMFORT FOOD IS MAKING YOU SAD • We all know that stress-eating at the office is bad news for your belly, but now research suggests it’s taking a big bite out of your mental health, too

CHEAP THRILLS

DRIVEN TO SUCCEED • In the flamboyant world of Formula 1, Mark Webber was distinguished by his humility, dedication and absence of flashy excess. It turns out that’s a formula for success

Twist the Screw on Muscle Gain • IF YOU WANT TO STRETCH YOUR POTENTIAL, THEN TURN TO THE RESISTANCE BAND WINDMILL AND PRESS. IT’LL FIRE UP YOUR ABS AND PRIME YOU FOR BIGGER LIFTS

EAT, MAN. EAT! • Lauren Larson gets the whole healthy-eating thing you’re doing, but on a date, please: do women a favour and order the burger

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN… …I Overtrain? • Pushing yourself too hard in the gym will derail your mood, health and, of course, your gains. Know the signs to avoid burnout

THE BIG T • More muscle, more sex, more energy? Maybe. We shake down the oversimplified and overrated myths about testosterone to bring you what you need to know about it now

WHAT TESTOSTERONE CAN—AND CAN’T—DO • SOMETIMES IT GETS TOO MUCH CREDIT; SOMETIMES IT GETS TOO MUCH BLAME

How would you know if your T were low? • COMMON SYMPTOMS OF BELOW-NORMAL T, WHICH COULD AFFECT AS MANY AS 500,000 MEN IN AUSTRALIA (GENERALLY OLDER MEN):

How You Measure Up • With testosterone, as with life, normal is nuanced. And fraught (but shouldn’t be). What to know about finding your T

What the numbers mean • A T level of 8.64-29 is normal, with this exception: if your T is sub-10 and you have low-T symptoms, then docs might put you in the low-T category

HOW YOUR LIFE CAN AFFECT YOUR T • EVEN SOCIAL FACTORS AND HEALTH HABITS CAN CHANGE YOUR T. CHECK OUT WHAT MAKES IT MOVE

IF YOUR T IS TRULY LOW • YOU’VE GOT THREE COURSES OF ACTION, SAYS MILLS, IN ORDER OF INCREASING AGGRESSIVENESS. CHOOSE WISELY

How testosterone affects muscle growth • GETTING RIPPED THE SMART WAY

THE HEALTH SNOB’S GUIDE TO BROCCOLI • This superfood is no longer just a soggy side dish for chicken and brown rice. Here’s how to upgrade your bland bodybuilder fare into the main event

GREEN GIANTS • YOU DON’T NEED MEAT TO BUILD MUSCLE – HERE ARE THREE INGREDIENTS THAT WON’T CAUSE YOUR GAINS TO WILT

THE INSIDE TRACT • We all know that the way to...


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