David Beckham for Men’s Health March 2012

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David Beckham, the 36-year-old soccer star, appeared on the Men’s Health front cover, March 2012 edition. Looking very hot and happy, David Beckham revealed lots of his tips concerning fatherhood, family, friends and more. Read on to learn all the highlights of his interview with MH March 2012.

David Beckham for Men's Health March 2012

David Beckham on being a father:  “It would be easy for our kids to sit back and not work for anything, but they’re not like that. They’re as competitive as Victoria and me. We’re very lucky with our boys: They want to win. They want to work at something. They know their values. That’s the way we’ve brought them up so far, and that’s the way we’ll continue to bring them up”.

David Beckham on his age:  “Even at 36, I’m still running 12 miles a game. I’ve definitely become more aware on the field. I know what my limits are, what I can achieve, and which passes I can play. I have adapted to my age.”

David Beckham on his family attitude and friendship: “I’ve got friends at the different teams I’ve played for, but family is the most important thing to me. That will always be the case. I’ve got my wife. I’ve got my four kids. I’ve got parents, grandparents still, and three really good friends. It’s all you need. I’d rather have three really good friends than 20 good friends.”

David Beckham on his “bad” character traits: “I am a very stubborn person. I think it’s helped me over my career. I’m sure it has hindered me at times as well, but not too many times. I know that if I set my mind to something, even if people are saying I can’t do it, I will achieve it.”

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