5 Reasons To Buy The November Issue | Men's Health Magazine Australia

5 Reasons To Buy The November Issue

01\ BODY OF EVIDENCE

Since first appearing in MH eight years ago Tim Robards has gone global, fronting covers in over 10 countries. Discover how Robards came back from severe injury and revitalised his training by trading barbells for bodyweight workouts, to get into the best shape of his life. Then use his gym-free workout plan to build a beach body fast.

02\ THE WORLD IS YOURS

Want to unlock your body’s full physical potential? Look no further than our profile on TV star Todd Sampson. From taking on everything from mixed martial arts to joining the French Foreign Legion, Sampson delivers the ultimate body hack bible. 

03\ THE LEAN MUSCLE DIET

This summer, ignore the hip, complex diet plans designed to shrink your wallet but not your gut. To build the body you’ve always wanted, you need to live like you already have it. Discover the three core principles of nutrition and weight loss to get the body you want, and keep it.

04\ A LIFE MORE ORDINARY

Cutting down the number of decisions you make each day is the performance secret of some of the greatest minds of our time: Obama, Jobs, Zuckerberg. One frazzled MH writer decided to follow suit. Find out if his month-long experiment can help pump up his productivity and unleash his creative firepower.

05\ 8 WAYS TO CONNECT FASTER

Want to find love – or its pleasurable precursor – online? The digital dating landscape can be a minefield. Thankfully we’ve devised a cheat sheet to make your profile pop and ensure she swipes right.

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