Here’s how to Deadlift with proper form: Stand with your mid-foot under the barbell Bend over and grab the bar with a shoulder-width grip Bend your knees until your shins touch the bar Lift your chest up and straighten your lower back Take a big breath, hold it, and stand up with the weight Hold the weight for a second at the top, with locked hips and knees. Then return the weight to the floor by moving your hips back while bending your legs. Rest a second at the bottom and repeat. Do five reps on the StrongLifts 5×5 program. Your lower back … Continue reading HOW TO DEADLIFT


Apple’s next-generation smartwatch is reportedly launching in the fall and will retain its OLED displays, with Japan Display tipped to be the supplier. The Apple Watch Series 5 will be unveiled next month, MacRumors said Friday, citing a research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The previous Apple Watch Series 4 was unveiled almost a year ago, with the next smartwatch also expected to be announced during Apple’s traditional September event, where the company launches its new swathe of iPhones. According to MacRumors, Kuo also predicted that Korean tech giant LG will supply more OLED displays for future iPhones and said Chinese manufacturer BOE could get involved in supplying screens too. … Continue reading APPLE WATCH 5


Smack-bang in the middle of Spitalfields lies the institution that is The Ten Bells. Alive with history this bustling, stripped back candle lit boozer still serves as a social hub for an ever changing community. Beyond the listed tile work and villainous history lies a solid and well respected pub with an warm welcome, excellent range of quality beers, proper wines and a well curated spirits menu with a healthy selection of gin.  If you can find the back staircase, wind your way up to their cosy upstairs bar currently in the guise of a cosy Den sponsored by Wild … Continue reading THE TEN BELLS


Cox was born in Edmonton, Alberta, to a ballerinaCanadian mother and linguist English father, Cox was educated locally, except for periods when his father’s work led the family to postings in Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon.[1] Cox eventually graduated from school in Edmonton Canada and moved to Toronto on his own when he was 17. Early careerEdit At the age of 19, Cox produced his first pair of shoes, for the Toronto-based designer Loucas Kleanthous, who suggested Cox consider a career as a designer.[1] An interest in British fashion led Cox to study at Cordwainer‘s Technical College, London,[1] a design school that was absorbed into the London College of Fashion in 2000. Cox studied at Cordwainer’s from 1983 … Continue reading LEGEND: PATRICK COX


Samantha Fox’s breasts may have adorned a million walls in her Page 3 heyday but she was also one of the world’s most successful singers. Her first three singles raced into the top ten in all corners of the globe, while her six albums shifted a whopping 30 million copies between them. Her career took a nosedive in the 1990s but she could always fall back on her iconic status in the Balkans, India and Siberia. With her recent forays into TV (shambolic performance at the Brits in 1989, tipsy ramblings on 2003’s The Club) best swept under the carpet, she’s … Continue reading MANPEDIA CENTREFOLD: SAMANTHA FOX