Australian Men's Fitness


Gracing the cover this issue is fitness model and personal trainer Alex Crockford. The 30-year-old believes in sustainable gains: lifestyle and training changes that can create fitness for life, rather than flash-in-the-pan diets and workout programmes that foster a boom-and-bust mindset. In 2016, Crockford set up the CrockFit app – which has grown to include gym, home, bodyweight and nutrition plans – and you can access

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