Men's Health Australia


Gold Coast-based Ironman Matt Poole stays at the top of his game by training 2-3 times a day, six days a week. So how does he make sure his body has enough fuel to keep going? The first key is simplicity.

“We do so much training at such high intensity – it’s

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Men's Health Australia

Men's Health Australia2 min lettiCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Drink And Thrive
ASIDE FROM LAST YEAR, when two-thirds of Australians admitted to stress-drinking to help deal with pandemic anxiety, research suggests that, as a nation, we’re actually trending towards drinking less, with per capita consumption at its lowest level s
Men's Health Australia1 min lettiMedical
Hiit With Joe
Got 10 minutes max? No equipment? Torch every muscle and get your heart racing with this conceived-in-lockdown Wicks workout. Do each exercise once for 45sec. Rest for 15sec between each move. Go hard and stay home
Men's Health Australia13 min letti
“Alex Do You Believe In God?” Val Kilmer
Some years ago, Val Kilmer began selling his original artwork on the Internet. Kilmer has been making art for a long time. He takes photographs and creates scrapbook-style media collages with atmospheric abstract paintings resembling blooms of underw