Economic & Social effects on men


Many men feel too tired after work for exercise, instead reaching for a cold beer at the end of a busy day. This habit forming routine creates long term health issues that quickly has your stomach sticking out further than your chest…

The objective is to find a routine that suites your lifestyle and keeps you healthy. I give sound advice to modify your diet, a tailored personal program to get you back to the gym and show you the correct intensity to get your fitness back.  The report below states that social economic factors contribute tomiddle aged men ‘over working’, neglecting their long term physical and mental health!!! With over 70% of Australian men aged 45-65 obese… it is time to make a change!

About Olympian Stuart McIntosh - My Fitness Mentor

2000 & 2004 Olympian. Elite Sport Coach and Personal Trainer. Urbanist
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2 Responses to Economic & Social effects on men

  1. Jocellyn says:

    I agree. I think diet is so important. If you can’t find time to move at least be eating well. I find I have a much “better” body than my friends who workout regularly but eat a lot of processed foods. Nice whole foods, fruits, veggies, and meat if it’s your thing, and you’ll never be bored. I don’t think I’ll every be the type of person that works out six days a week, so I do 2 days of yoga, 2 days of more traditional workouts, and I eat normally.

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