Watch World’s Strongest Man Martins Licis Pull a Monster Truck

Martins Licis, the 2019 World’s Strongest Man, doesn’t always use conventional training methods. As a strongman, that’s part of the job description. For a recent YouTube video, Licis went to Houston, Texas, where he set out to make a splash at the Monster Jam rally event. His goal: pull one of the most iconic vehicles in the world, the monster […]

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Ross Butler Shares His Chest and Back Workout Split

Ross Butler, the actor best known for his roles in 13 Reasons Why, the To All the Boys films, and Shazam, doesn’t take his workout routine lightly. Even when it’s not easy to get into a normal gym. He invited the MH crew to an empty Dog Pound gym in L.A. to walk us through a typical upper body training […]

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6 do's and don'ts for training with diastasis recti

Sometimes lifting heavy or having a baby can result in the partial or complete separation of the ab muscles. If you’ve been diagnosed with diastasis recti, working Lifting heavy has so many benefits: we feel stronger, we move easier and we’re more functionally fit – meaning that we have both better balance and flexibility. But sometimes, strength training can go too […]

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What your squat says about you, from a weak core to tight calves

Pain or discomfort when squatting can tell you about more than just your form. In fact, it can expose weakness and tightness throughout the entire.   The squat is famous for a reason – building lower body strength, getting your heart rate up, and improving mobility. There’s scarcely a move more versatile, so it’s been a go-to now that we’re training […]

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This NASA-approved workout could be the best lockdown exercise you do

Trampoline-based exercise – or rebounding – is a low-impact, high-intensity sport which offers a whole host of benefits. But how can we incorporate it into our lockdown workouts?  There are some people who relish in the routine of going for a run or doing home workouts, finding it incredibly beneficial for their wellbeing. But for many of us, trying different things […]

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How Bob Odenkirk Trained to Become the Action Star You Never Expected

The branch, if you can call it that, extends about a foot from the tree in Bob Odenkirk’s backyard in Los Angeles, and a few years ago the 58-year-old actor paid no attention to it. But on a sunny fall morning, he’s staring it down, a wry smile on his face. It’s pullup time, and this barely grippable chunk of […]

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How to rebuild collapsed foot arches

Bad at balancing? Always picking up running injuries? Often got a niggle in your ankles? Flat feet can put us at risk of certain injuries, so it‘s worth trying to strengthen fallen arches and building a better base. If you think that having flat feet is a rarity, think again: around 30% of us are walking around with collapsed arches. […]

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Don’t fancy running? Try this 20-minute lower body HIIT workout instead

Build strength and muscle while improving your cardio with this workout (and no, it doesn’t involve running).  Unless you’ve got a specific goal in mind, getting a good balance of strength and cardio work in is the most beneficial way to look after your brain and body. You might hit that target with a couple of weight lifting or bodyweight […]

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“This morning routine helped improved my mood”

After one too many mornings spent doomscrolling in bed, writer Nupur Trivedi decided to reclaim her day. Here’s how she learned to start the morning on a positive note.     When you read articles about how the most successful people start their day, none of them mention sleeping through three alarms, leisurely drinking two cups of coffee while still in […]

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