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PERSONAL BEST: MITCHELL JOHNSON
"My role was to be the intimidator," says Mitchell Johnson in his candid interview with Men’s Health on what it’s like to be the most-feared fast bowler in world cricket. But life hasn’t always been so good for Johnson. The 2009 Ashes in England was among his lowest points, as he hoped an injury would put him out of the game, saying: “That’s something I don’t like to admit, but it’s true. I wanted to get injured”. Men’s Health unveil exclusive photos and Johnson’s motivational secrets to rebuilding his game both physically and mentally.
IS YOUR PHONE MAKING YOU FAT?
New research suggests that before meals, exposure to the blue light emitted by laptops, tablets or smartphones may make you eat more! Certain kinds of light can activate brain regions that regulate appetite and metabolism, says study author Dr Phyllis Dee. How is this affecting you?
HOW TO BE A MAN WHEN IT ALL GOES WRONG
Life is exhausting for the modern man. Father, friends, colleague, husband – there are a lot of plates to spin. Whether you’re being shown the door, rocking up to work drunk or getting called out on Twitter, Men’s Health have developed an emergency pack to put the pieces back together when it all comes crashing down.
WHERE SKIN CANCER IS HIDING
Skin cancer is one mean disease affecting one in two Australian men. As the summer weather heats up it’s vital to know that melanoma can lurk in the most unlikely of places, like nails, eyes and even your bum! You don’t need blind luck to survive, just a good understanding of how to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. Men’s Health has an easy breakdown on what body parts you need to protect this summer.
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