Your First Look at our New Series: At Home with Men's Health Australia - Men's Health Magazine Australia

Your First Look at our New Series: At Home with Men’s Health Australia

Taking you inside the home gyms and fridges of the biggest names in Aussie health.
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Now that the excitement of the Olympics is well and truly over and most of Australia continues to face yet more lockdowns, we figured it time to launch our new video series ‘At Home With Men’s Health’. The series launches this week on YouTube with each episode taking you inside the homes of the biggest names in Australian health, offering an exclusive look inside both their home gym and fridge set up. Each week, guests will break down their approach to training and what their day on a plate looks like. 

The series comes at a crucial time. Regardless of how long restrictions continue, we are all being forced to rethink our attitudes toward training, with traditional gyms playing less of a starring role and more of an emphasis on the need to work with what you have. And our guests are no different. Each one balances a range of different commitments during the day and still finds the time to train hard and eat clean. Whether it is in the form of sharing their go-to workouts when short of time, or their favourite quick and easy post workout meal, each video includes helpful tips on how to stay motivated and get the most out of your training. 

You may be pining for gyms to reopen, or maybe you’ve been crushing your at-home workouts over the past year. Either way, At Home With Men’s Health will offer inspiration on how to take both your training and diet to the next level. First up, we have one of the OGs of Australian broadcasting, followed by a CrossFit champ and then… well, you’ll have to wait and see. 

Watch the trailer below, follow our Instagram page, @menshealthau for alerts on when each episode drops, and subscribe to our Youtube channel here.

By Christopher Riley

Christopher Riley is the editorial director of Men’s Health and Women’s Health, and the editor-in-chief of Esquire Australia. Formerly deputy editor of GQ, Riley published his first book in 2022, with Penguin Random House.

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