Cayle Reid, Author at Men's Health Magazine Australia
Cayle Reid
Cayle Reid is a fan of everything sports and fitness. He spends his free time at the gym, on his surfboard or staying up late watching sports in incompatible time zones.
Meet Sean Bell, the man running 13,383km around Australia for charity

Meet Sean Bell, the man running 13,383km around Australia for charity

Driven by a cause he believes to be worthy of any physical undertaking, starting next month, Sean Bell is going to circumnavigate Australia on foot. He caught up with Men’s Health to discuss what motivates him, the method behind his madness, and the mindset he believes can benefit every runner—even those not running around a continent.

Everything you need to know about ‘Drive To Survive’ season 6

Everything you need to know about ‘Drive To Survive’ season 6

Following a year that saw Max Verstappen’s dominance grow rather than wane, with Red Bull winning all but one race, Drive To Survive will have to look beyond pole position to find dramatic storylines. But there’s no reason to believe the series’ sixth season will be any less thrilling.

Sabri Suby has mastered the workweek. And you can too.

Sabri Suby has mastered the workweek. And you can too.

As a presiding judge in the court of Shark Tank and the founder of skyrocketing digital marketing agency King Kong, Sabri Suby has quickly become one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs. And he’s done it by squeezing as much time out of his day as possible.

The rise of athlete mental health breaks and what we can learn from them

The rise of athlete mental health breaks and what we can learn from them

After winning back-to-back surfing world championships, Filipe Toledo has announced he won’t go for a threepeat. Instead, the 28-year-old is taking the year off to address his mental health. Toledo isn’t the first athlete to prioritise mental health over trophies in recent years, and there’s a lesson in there for the rest of us.

Alex de Minaur has continued his hot start to 2024. We aren’t surprised

Alex de Minaur has continued his hot start to 2024. We aren’t surprised

With an opening round win at the ABN AMRO Open in Rotterdam, Alex de Minaur has continued his ascent into tennis’ upper echelon. A closer look into the inner machinations driving de Minaur’s quest for greatness, which were revealed in an interview with Esquire Australia, proves that more success is on the way.