Dan Williams, Author at Men's Health Magazine Australia
Dan Williams
Dan Williams, Men’s Health’s Associate Editor, is the magazine’s most experienced presence. While his body protests more than it used to, he still insists it honour the MH way, with regular dawn workouts mingled with punishing sessions on the tennis court – all against a backdrop of abstemiousness: he turns into a pumpkin at 10pm.
Honouring Dr Michael Mosley’s contribution to public health

Honouring Dr Michael Mosley’s contribution to public health

With news of Dr Michael Mosley’s tragic death this weekend, we are recognising the British broadcaster’s significant contribution to health and nutrition. Below is an interview Dr Mosley gave to Men’s Health back in 2019, on his personal journey toward embracing intermittent fasting

Pete Murray On Remaining A Titan Of Australian Music And A Devoted Family Man

Pete Murray On Remaining A Titan Of Australian Music And A Devoted Family Man

When it comes to his craft, Pete Murray aims to write songs that endure. And that’s the same approach he takes to his body, which he transformed recently via a lifestyle shake-up. Preparing for a hectic year on the road, Murray reveals in this exclusive interview with Men’s Health how he plans to stick around as both a titan of Australian music and a devoted family man with a new lease on life.

Hard Man, Hard Lessons: Matt Nable On Not Getting Carried Away With Success

Hard Man, Hard Lessons: Matt Nable On Not Getting Carried Away With Success

While Matt Nable is going from strength to strength as a creative force who explores manhood in all its ever-evolving complexity, don’t think he’s getting carried away with his success. Fifty years into a life punctuated by bouts of deep suffering, he’s never had a firmer grasp on what matters – and what is just so much tosh.

The Dan Churchill Method For Achieving Success

The Dan Churchill Method For Achieving Success

There’s more than one way to make a success of yourself – just as there’s more than one way to mess things up. The Dan Churchill method for achieving the former is open to anyone with gumption: be yourself, work like a Trojan – and roll the dice occasionally.