Inside M2 January 2017 – Issue 140
M2 Magazine – January – 2017 – Issue 140
On December 5, 2016, John Key made the shock announcement that he was stepping down from his role as prime minister. Even the most passionate lefties will have to admit Key has done a great job of guiding the country through some of the toughest challenges in recent time. He has also done it with a great dose of self-deprecating humour and down-to-earth charm.
In 2011, he was also voted the M2 Man of the Year. As part of our coverage for that achievement he gave us his thoughts on his role as the leader of the country. Many of these now seem prophetic in hindsight.
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Prostate cancer might be one of the more awkward cancer to talk about within your family or your peers, but it’s critical you do.It’s the most common cancer in New Zealand men, with around 3,000 registrations and 600 deaths per year, based on Ministry of Health statistics from 2007 to 2009. It affects men mostly over the age of 65, rarely occurring in men younger than 55. Roughly one in 13 men will develop prostate cancer before 75 years of age, although in very elderly men it grows very slowly and can cause no symptoms.
Given its rich history as a Grand Prix location, the closeness of the race to us in New Zealand and because it’s coming up very soon, we decided to take a stroll down History Avenue and look at why the Australian Grand Prix is so special.
We’ve got 13 epic, but realistic, experiences that will help every man lead a more rewarding life in 2017.
We all know what it’s like to begin the year with a long list of ambitious health goals, only to find that, come February, you can barely find time to make it to the gym. Whether you’re away travelling on business, squeezing in a workout between meetings or have a busy weekend planned with the family, this simple kettlebell workout, designed by fitness expert Logan Reardon, is perfect for the man on the go.