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Chris Nayna reveals how to do the mythical typewriter push-up

Chris Nayna reveals how to do the mythical typewriter push-up

THE TYPEWRITER PUSH-UP is a challenging variation that not only requires upper body strength but also demands control, stability, and endurance. It involves lowering yourself into a push-up, then moving side to side at the bottom of the push-up before pushing back up....

Why you only need 5 minutes to build big arms

Why you only need 5 minutes to build big arms

IF YOUR GOAL is to build big arms, your path to gains is relatively simple: loads of volume for your biceps and triceps. But according to Men's Health fitness director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S., you don't—and shouldn't—take an entire day dedicated to training just...

Khan Porter: how to pull off the ring muscle-up

Khan Porter: how to pull off the ring muscle-up

WHEN IT COMES to show-off gym moves that also have underlying functional benefits, it's hard to go past the ring muscle-up. Essentially a combination of two killer moves, the pull-up and the dip, the ring muscle-up (RMU) is a compound gymnastic movement popular in...

Isaac Heeney and the pursuit of the ultimate prize

Isaac Heeney and the pursuit of the ultimate prize

ISAAC HEENEY AND I are walking through Centennial Park on a hot and sticky Sydney afternoon. It’s just over a week out from the opening night of the 2024 AFL season and as we leisurely make our way across the open parkland, Heeney is at ease, barefoot and shirtless....

Zuck, Branson and Bezos train harder than you

Zuck, Branson and Bezos train harder than you

THE BODIES OF the world’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs and executives have undergone a shift in the past decade. No longer does an image of an overweight, Diet Coke-drinking, burger-munching executive come to mind when we think about the globe’s most revered (respected?)...

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Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

The Tongan Australian actor has had a trying year. First his show got cancelled, then came the actors’ strike. For the first time in a long time, Latukefu began to doubt himself. Fortunately, he was able to lean on two things: his faith and a new-found passion that helped him get in the best shape of his life: physically and mentally.