Men’s Health

Who Reads Men’s Health Magazine? Men’s Health readers are active, successful, professional men who want greater control over their physical, mental and emotional lives. They are looking for in-depth reporting on everything from fashion and grooming to health and nutrition as well as cutting-edge gear, the latest in entertainment and more. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Fitness: Men’s Health knows total body fitness is not accomplished during the hour or two you spend at the gym three days a week. That’s why, in addition to the removable workout poster included in every issue, we also write about what you should be doing outside the gym, like catching the right amount of Z’s. And no, five hours per night is not enough. Nutrition: Quick and easy recipes paired with advice that will help you live longer and healthier. Our editor’s even throw in a selection from Eat This, Not That each month because we know life is too busy to never eat fast food. Sex & Relationships: Women are one life’s many mysteries, which is why Men’s Health is here to help. Our editor’s cover everything from how to bulletproof your relationship and keep your sexual attraction revved up to how to be her best ever. Need a specific question answered? Write to The Girl Next Door, editor Nicole Beland who sheds female insight on your most complex situations. Health: Our editors comb through the latest health news and report on topics most relevant to men like how to protect your prostate, lower your cholesterol and protect your manhood.

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2 comments for “Men’s Health

  1. Shawn
    June 11, 2013 at 6:20 AM

    Good Magazine but just ok on Kindle Fire So I did the 14 day free trial just see how this magazine was. It was not an app so thats a plus that it is on the cloud and you can download it if you would like. It has lot of good info and i would read it again but its not the best on the kindle fire. Its really just a PDF scan. Nothing fancy and a lot of the small photos and text where impossible to read unless you zoomed in quite a bit.So its ok but i would have a way better experience with the print verison.

  2. Harry Anscher
    June 11, 2013 at 6:28 AM

    Good but not perfect It is nice to have access to mens health on my kindle fire, but I do admit this isnt perfect. On the plus side, the magazine looks great on the kindle fire and it is easy to navigate, but there are some articles/tidbits that require you to really zoom in. That being said, it doesnt take much to scroll your fingers a bit and zoom in… Overally, I think if you like mens health and have a kindle fire, its worth the $2 a month to get it wirelessly delivered to your kindle.

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