Men’s Health April: Change It Up
There are men who find change—the word, the principle, the dogma—a significant way to achieve personal growth. We give props to them. They’ve braced themselves for the onslaught of challenges and choices that keep many of us settling for familiarity instead of breaking out of our comfort zone, the seemingly invisible barrier that keeps us in front of the television instead of trying to cook up a meal or go for a jog on a lazy Sunday.
For most men, though, a bit of guidance will always come in handy and it’s never too late to get the ball rolling. The perpetual routine may have instilled deep within your lifestyle, and the desideratum to do something different has yet to kick in; but if the thought of change scare you, don’t be: being MH, there’s inspiration aplenty here to see you through.
On p30 our cover guy shares not just his tips on building stamina and muscle but also mental strength, which have transformed him into one of the most sought-after personalities in the entertainment industry. Looking to refresh and rejuvenate your tired routine? You might want to check out p80, where trainer Dan John has several training principles guaranteed to push you beyond your limits.
In addition, given that our liver is one of the most vital organs and plays a significant role for good health, know that there are things you can do to help maintain and restore it to its optimum natural function. Whether it is eliminating certain food varieties or hitting the sack earlier than you usually do, turn to p58, plan your next move and start making those lifestyle changes.
Lastly, make sure you read about the value of strategic spending on p72 before closing this issue. The disclosures may shock you. Learning about them may not increase your savings, but they could change your entire perception on money.
John Ng, Editor, Men’s Health Malaysia
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