CHANEL ALLURE HOMME

Allure is the expression of a man’s charisma and inner strength. A fresh-spicy-woody composition that reveals the presence of the man who wears it. A man of indefinable sophistication who exudes a natural charisma, serenity and inner strength. Without seeking attention, all eyes are drawn to him. His fragrance marks his presence. The fresh-spicy-woody composition is a model of balance and harmony. The vigorous, fresh top notes of Mandarin and Coriander, subtly spiced, blend into the clean, intense notes of Cedar. The combination of Tonka note and Cistus Labdanum produce a sensual trail heightened by Black Pepper from Madagascar. The … Continue reading CHANEL ALLURE HOMME

LONDON CASK ALES

WHETHER IT’S AN old-school pale ale or a sumptuous pint of stout, one thing is for sure: no one keeps cask beer quite like the British. While more or less every pub in London will have a couple of lines of cask on draught, it’s not always of tip-top quality. For the absolute best selection of cask beers – old-school and craft – give these pubs and bars a go.  The Harp 47 CHANDOS PLACE, WC2N 4HS If the thousands of pump clips hanging above this Covent Garden pub’s bar say anything to us, it’s that they probably know a thing … Continue reading LONDON CASK ALES

MANPEDIA CENTREFOLD: JET

Born in Middlesbrough to an astronomer father, Youdale grew up in the nearby town of Billingham, where she studied at the Billingham Campus School. Youdale competed in gymnast events and was North of England Junior Gymnastics Champion for four years. One of her first television appearances was in the 1983 Thames Television show Junior Gymnast of the Year, where she finished in fifth place with 32.70 points. She acted with the National Youth Theatre. She studied dance at London Contemporary School for Dance and was a member of the National Youth Dance Company. She also worked at FarnhamSports Centre before getting her big television break.  Gladiators Youdale’s first … Continue reading MANPEDIA CENTREFOLD: JET

GINGER TEA

Did you know that Ginger Tea benefits are no longer a myth of herbalists but a fact of scientists? Indeed, we now have proof that this delicious, wholesome Herbal Tea can improve daily living in a variety of ways. Most famously, it aids digestion and supports the immune system. However, it can also offer so much more. Some of the questions we will answer in this blog include: How to Make Ginger Tea? Does Ginger Tea Have Caffeine? Is it Good for You? Is Ginger Tea Good for Stomach Bacteria? Is this tea Good for Acid Reflux? Is it Good for … Continue reading GINGER TEA

MUSCLE UPS

Part 1: Muscle-ups Muscle-ups require both pulling and pressing strength. Our fail-safe progressions will prepare your body for each element, so you’ll be ready to conquer the rig with a gymnast’s grace and power.  Chest-to-bar Pull-up: 4 sets of 6 reps  Your first step is to develop the strength to perform a muscle-up. This can be done with controlled pull-ups. Hang below a bar with an overhand grip, just wider than shoulder width, and your arms fully extended.  RELATED STORY 10 Secrets to Getting the Perfect Pull-up Keep your legs tight together and bent at 90 degrees as you pull your chest … Continue reading MUSCLE UPS

LEGEND: TONY HAWK

Tony Hawk, in full Anthony Frank Hawk, (born May 12, 1968, San Diego, California, U.S.), American professional skateboarder who—through his technical innovations, successful equipment and apparel companies, and tireless promotional work—helped the sport of skateboarding enter the mainstream at the end of the 20th century. Hawk, who even as a child had little patience for failure, began skateboarding at age 9. He started entering competitions at age 11 and made an instant impression with his creativity and daring. His parents were supportive of his new hobby, and they later organized the California Amateur Skateboard League and the National Skateboard Association to help provide legitimacy to the … Continue reading LEGEND: TONY HAWK