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Festival fitness SURVIVAL GUIDE

Festival season is right around the corner and, let’s face it, we all want to look good. I speak with festival fan, and fitness buff Max Bridger from LDN Muscle to quiz him on some top tips for looking good and, most importantly surviving with your fitness intact.

As a PT, do you find that the festival season gets in the way of people’s fitness goals? I find that for younger people a festival is the target for them; to look good for Ibiza, a holiday or one of the hundreds of European festivals for example. As you’ve alluded to, the party season provides good motivation, but can get in the way of fitness for some people.

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Our July cover star Tommy Dorfman is one of the rising stars to emerge from Netflix’s controversial new series 13 Reasons Why. The 25 year old revels in the controversy, noting that the show has instigated a conversation around mental health in young people that is sorely needed. Incredibly frank, and incredibly cute, we sit down with Tommy for an exclusive, no-holds-barred shoot and interview about his husband, struggles with addiction, gender fluidity and The Spice Girls (duh). Tommy’s unique tone and personality evince a positive response to hardship within the LGBT+ community, and his use of platform to promote love and equality demonstrate his rightful place in the limelight. This responsibility that our idols and icons alike have to enact change and project positive messages cannot be understated in a world increasingly burdened by a cacophony of hatred. Elsewhere in the issue: Paul O'Grady declares war on Russia; Debbie Harry on why she considers herself 'unisex'; Geri Horner on her George Michael tribute; Jonny Pierce on his sexual awakening; Miles Yekinni on why the muslim and gay communities should be standing shoulder to shoulder; plus style, travel, culture and much more!