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All The Sweat And Tears Behind The Very First MH Elite

To be the best, you have to learn from the best Alex Pierotti 1 / 24 Jason Lee On Saturday November 17th, Men’s Health held the inaugural MH Elite, as part of their MH Live series with 98 Gym. It was a huge day of learning and training at the Sydney pain cave, with 35 […]
To be the best, you have to learn from the best Alex Pierotti
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Jason Lee

On Saturday November 17th, Men’s Health held the inaugural MH Elite, as part of their MH Live series with 98 Gym.

It was a huge day of learning and training at the Sydney pain cave, with 35 weapons in attendance, all keen to elevate their training, mindset and performance to the next level.
The seminar offered a rare insight into the world of elite athletic performance with exclusive access to Australia’s top strength and conditioning coaches Chris Feather (owner of 98 Gym) & Kevin Toonen, Port Adelaide captain & RedBull ambassador Travis Boak and leading sports dietician Harriet Walker.
MH Elite is a brand platform that we hope to expand across Australia, breaking down barriers and providing exclusive first-hand access to Australia’s leading health and fitness professionals.

A huge thank you to all of those who got behind the event, including our event sponsors; 98 Gym, Unit Nine, The Gourmet Sausage CompanyFurphy Beer, Chargrill Charlies, The Clean Treats Factory, Santé by Enjo, and L’Oreal.

Stay tuned to menshealth.com.au for our next MH Elite event.

By Mens Health Staff

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