With the lockdown continuing across much of Australia, we have decided to launch our brand new, aptly titled “At Home with Men’s Health” video series.
The series, which premieres today on the Australian Men’s Health YouTube channel, is designed to give you exclusive insight into the home gym routines and diets of some of Australia’s biggest names in health. Since the pandemic forced us to rethink the way we exercise, with less emphasis on traditional gyms and more on adaptability, the series examines how some of Australia’s leading men have transitioned and are pulling making the most of the “new normal”. ‘both in their diet and in their training.
Episode 1 kicks off with one of the most talented faces in Australian media, Osher Günsberg.
Host of the Masked singer and The Bachelor Australia, Günsberg is also a popular and former podcaster Men’s health cover star.
While Günsberg has been keen to tell us that his training regimen and body fat aren’t quite what it was when he graced our cover in 2018, we can confirm that the 47-year-old still knows a superset. From his home outdoor gym, Günsberg takes us through a typical weight training session where he says he favors large compound movements like the bench and deadlift. Between sets, he’s even been kind enough to give us a take on Prince, as well as share his thoughts on how Chris Hemsworth maintains his jagged exterior. (Although, be warned, these are entirely Günsberg’s opinions, and Men’s Health cannot endorse such claims.)
Günsberg made history as Australia’s first cover star on an all-plant diet, a diet he still doesn’t swear to today. As we see in the video, Günsberg’s eating habits are based on his busy work schedule and the need to have healthy snacks and meals readily available between meetings, calls, podcasts, and taking care of his two year old son. Günsberg’s advice is useful for anyone balancing a busy schedule between work and family.
Tune in every week to see Günsberg and others share tips on how to really nail the home gym and fridge.