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When it comes to developing an effective fitness regime and diet, a Men's Health magazine subscription is the perfect place to start.
Each issue is packed with training guides and workout tips to help you get the most out of your time at the gym, plus buying guides for everything from protein supplements to the latest training aids.
You'll find advice and guidance from ripped celebrities and sportsmen, as well as expert tips from the best personal trainers in the industry. This magazine gives you everything you need to perfect and maximise your workout, helping to keep you fit and healthy.
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Launched in 1987 as a health-oriented service magazine, Men’s Health magazine is the world’s largest men’s magazine brand and has 38 editions globally Men’s Health magazine has evolved over the years into more of a lifestyle magazine for men and covers all aspects of a man’s life, including health, fitness, relationships, travel, nutrition, technology, finance and fashion.
David Zinczenko has been the editor-in-chief of Men’s Health since 2000 and during his 10 year tenure the magazine’s circulation has increased by 30 percent. In 2004, Zinczenko began putting celebrities and athletes on the cover, such us David Beckham, Jason Statham and Josh Duhamel, and more controversially, with their shirts on—a big departure from the cover look of the 1990s.
For its 20th Anniversary issue in November 2008, Men's Health scored its biggest cover get ever with their exclusive interview and photo shoot with future President-elect Barack Obama. "He's the prototypical Men's Health guy: fit successful, a good dad, a good husband, and a guy who could put up big numbers on the electoral board, and the backboard. He was a natural for the cover of the magazine during this important time for our nation," said David Zinczenko. "Obama understands that Men's Health has a massive reach and when you want to get a message to men, there's no better place to communicate with them than within the pages of our magazine."
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I was a slave to the gym for so many months leading up to the filming of Southpaw. I basically lived and worked like a boxer – every single day. And to stay motivated I needed to read how the experts did it, so Men’s Health and a few other fitness mags really kept me pumped and energetic, even at times when I felt I couldn’t go any further.
What I respect about Men’s Health is the fact they’re often talking about the same thing, be it abs or your core or biceps or whatever, yet they manage to present the reader with a new challenge each month. I also think it’s quite realistic about what can be achieved. Yes it will inspire readers to lose weight or bulk up in no time, but you won’t stay that way unless you keep to the routine and I think the fact it’s honest and open means it’s respected more.
I subscribe to Men’s Health and have done for a few years now. Although I’m an athlete with a set training routine, it still helps for me to research the latest tips on keeping fit and working out – it’s a magazine that I always read cover-to-cover every month. Of course, one day I’m hoping I’ll be on the cover, but until then...! I’m not really into sporting magazines – I might end up reading something about a competitor that I don’t want to know – but Men’s Health takes the right tone, talking to the man in the street.
I read men’s titles whenever I get the chance – in the gym, on the train, in the dentist’s waiting room! I used to go a lot for style and fitness titles – Men's Health is always right on the money.
I’m passionate about hiking and swimming – I go for a swim every morning – so I guess you could say something like Men’s Health works for me. The content takes the standard goals of getting and staying fit and repurposes them over time, so you might find you need only buy it for six months then you pretty much know everything!