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IT’S NOT HARD to pick out Tyson Pedro at Ethos Fitness in Sydney’s Silverwater. Inside the simple glass box of a gym tucked away on the ground floor of a nondescript office building on an industrial street, I find him midway through a series of barbell hip-thrusters....
The Rock is just finishing off a text when he pops up on my screen. “Be there in 20 minutes,” he says aloud to himself before hitting send and looking up at me. “How you doing, man?” he says with a wide smile. The Rock, or to use his given name, Dwayne Johnson, is...
Adam Goodes is standing on the headland at Bondi gazing intently at a whale frolicking out at sea. “Look at him, look at him,” Goodes yells out to our crew. “Whoa, he breached there. That was like a side flick on your BMX. He got out of the water and then bang!” The...
Olav Stubberudhere Hatfield, North of London, England, 1997: The rain machines have been running for nearly two days straight. Tom Hanks, already the winner of two Oscars at this point in his career, is soaked. This particular sequence includes one of the few times...
Former The Bachelor Australia star Sam Wood’s world changed forever back in 2015. But some things stayed the same: his love of training and people. Find out how together they made him an irresistible force.
This may or may not be Sydney Swans superstar Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin’s ‘Last Dance’ – he’s yet to decide if he’ll play beyond this season. But as he explains to MH in this exclusive interview, he’s ready to give everything he’s got to see if he and his teammates can make a return to ‘The Big Dance’.
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.
What do you do when you’re following in the footsteps of a giant? If you’re Tim Tszyu, you train like hell to match him – and then set your sights on the stars.
For many of us, it feels like yesterday when a teenaged swimmer named Ian Thorpe was toppling world records, seemingly at will. Yet that precocious soul has just turned 40 – and is ready now to peer both backwards and forwards on a remarkable life, one punctuated by great achievements and profound personal challenges. These days, something that speaks eloquently to Thorpe’s complexity and the costs imposed by a life in the spotlight is the nature of his most heartfelt yearning: to be able to see the world again through the eyes of a child.
Trainer Jono Castano is famous for transforming the physiques of athletes, actors and CEOs. His biggest challenge? Overhauling his own mind and body.
This issue of Men’s Health marks a record-breaking fourth cover appearance by tv personality and fitness guru Tim Robards, who’s never looked finer. But as he reveals in this frank and wide-ranging profile, he’s also never been more acutely aware of the
passage of time, nor so restless to fulfil his ambitions before it’s too late.
Late last year, Adelaide United midfielder Josh Cavallo became the only active openly gay professional footballer in the world. Here, Cavallo reveals why he decided the time had come to show his true colours.
Following one of his most successful seasons to date, Australia’s most decorated snowboarder, Scotty James, is riding a high. Yet even with a fourth Olympics under his belt, he can’t help but feel he’s just getting started. In fact, he’s one athlete who couldn’t be more grateful to have a career going rapidly downhill.
TV and radio star Ed Kavalee is something of a rare beast: the fit funny guy. But while he likes to mine life for laughs, his ripped physique hints at a man whose drive and ambition are no joke.
A youthful outlook and an old soul are proving a potent combination for Australian actor Sam Corlett in his quest to heal the world.