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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.
Feature Articles:
  • Style Guide: Our editors take you step by step through the best new products and looks that will help get you out the door looking your best.
  • Eat This, Not That! At the Supermarket: What you don’t know about your local market is making your fat. Men’s Health investigates how stores dupe you into paying top dollar for unhealthy foods. It’ll forever change the way you shop.
  • How Fit Are You? : Men’s Health rounded up top athletes who set the bar in terms of speed, endurance, power, and agility and asked them how they got to the top. We know their secrets, now you can too.
  • Secrets from America’s Top Gyms: The Men’s Health annual list of the best gyms in America. Plus, for 2009, we name the 50 top personal trainers in America and reveal their secrets for building muscle and shedding fat faster.
  • Men and Their Cars: A Love Story: We know you love your car, but can you identify everything under the hood? We’ll show you how to take full advantage of that sports package you ponied up for.
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A lifestyle magazine dedicated to showing men the practical and positive actions that make their lives better, with articles covering fitness, relationships, nutrition, careers, grooming, travel and health issues.

Customer Reviews:

  • As presents go...
    I bought this for my boyfriend and he loves it. It keeps him away from my magazines and appears to cover almost everything from nutrition to fitness to relationships - and some of the advice is spot on!...more info
  • A positive influence
    I like Men's Health a lot, because it is one of the most practical, useful magazines I get. It covers fitness, diet, health (it is very big on prevention and self-diagnosis early, so as to avoid major health problems later), fashion (good stuff, trendy and basic, not latest-from-Paris kinds of stuff), relationships (carefully sneaked into a magazine that looks like it isn't about relationships -- clever, because men don't read magazines about relationship tips), finance, and other topics that come up. There are brief articles on each of these (this is the magazine I read while standing over the kitchen sink eating breakfast -- articles tend to be brief enough to finish in that period of time), and I appreciate the witty, upbeat style that is not pompous or pretentious, just good basic 'guy stuff'.

    Alas, in each issue there is at least one article on 'how to drop five pounds this week' or 'how to lose 10 pounds by Easter' -- these look like they'll work and seem very reasonable, but I cannot comment on their effectiveness (would that I were able to!). I can comment on the effectiveness of time management, basic financial planning, and exercise routine advice -- these have worked for me. In fact, I credit many of the articles in this magazine with helping me to plan a graceful exit from my old job and into my new self-employment career and graduate school/seminary endeavour, by illustrating stories and giving useful advice.

    There are also fun things, too, like a recent issue's back-page article on how to effectively tan, by the tan-master himself, George Hamilton. Do you know how to tie a bow-tie? This magazine had an article showing that, too.

    This is not an 'in-depth' magazine, but then again, it doesn't pretend to be. Many of us work and live in a world that doesn't permit time-consuming research and consideration of essays on health and fitness, unless we are professional in that field. Thus, magazines like this fill a need. So far as health and fitness magazines are concerned, this one is a good one -- many magazines are veiled soft-core erotica. Men's Health does not avoid the topic of sex, but doesn't overplay it the way many do.

    The magazine has a good graphic sense to it -- it illustrates the physical things discussed in photographs without as much embellishment as many other fitness magazines. Comparing this to several others on the magazine rack, it is understated, has less flash and more substance in the articles.

    Definitely worth a look!

    ...more info
  • love the recipes
    I agree with all of the reviewers who commented on the auto renew. I had to call to cancel my husband's subscription b/c they kindly auto-renewed him - twice - in the same month. As a female, I enjoyed the recipes and found the sex tips humorous. I agree that the magazine tends to regurgiate the same information. ...more info
  • one star might seem harsh but . . .
    This magazine is good for a year or to buy an issue if it has a specific story you are interested in but it doesn't have much staying power.

    * The workouts are recycled. They may change a few exercises but it is always the same swiss ball crunches and weightless squats on a bench. Though most health/exercise magazines do have this problem.

    * They always have a 6 page advertisement toward the end. Yes 6 pages. It is normally from the company that makes Hydroxy cut. But the worst part is that it always has the disclaimer that the claims haven't been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Isn't the name of this magazine Men's HEALTH? Yet they run ads for untested unsafe over-the-counter supplements. This advertisement is in addition to all of the other supplements that have full page ads.

    * Next, as one earlier reviewer mentioned, the clothing in the fashion section is always extremely expensive. I'm not a thrift store shopper but I don't spend over $700 on one outfit either.

    Not to be all negative I have to admit there are some issues that really rock like the interview with Thomas Jane about his Punisher workout and the article about physical requirements of dangerous jobs like Marines, Army, SWAT, FBI, etc.

    I just don't feel that it is worth what they are charging. As I suggested buy an issue from the newsstand if it has a special article. This magazine will bore you if you read every issue....more info
  • Not Just for Women--My Favorite Health Magazine!
    It's funny, but my husband subscribes to this magazine, and I subscribe to WOMENS HEALTH, but it's this one I prefer. I've finally nailed it down to it being just a little "sexier." As in, the celebrity profiles and the short pieces on sometimes pretty random things.

    For instance, recently there was an article on Adrian Brody and all the weight he had to drop (plus learn to play piano!) in a very short period of time. He described locking himself in an apartment, all alone, because he knew he couldn't achieve new goals by living his life the way he had always done. That really resonated with me since I, too, am trying to achieve things I never have before. It's an inspiring, helpful magazine, and I think many women would benefit from reading it just as I do!

    Plus, this month there's Josh Holloway, and who's going to say no to that? :)
    Deidre...more info
  • Only somewhat useful but very annoying
    I have twice subscribed to Men's Health and both times was disappointed. You really only ever need two issues of this repetitive journal of contradictory advice and mediocre fitness strategies. Real information is offered up sparingly and is often incomplete. There is however, an abundance of absurd success stories of people who are either so young that they can easily achieve their fitness goals or have so much time that they have no excuse not not be in shape.
    There is little that applies to anyone over thirty who have actual jobs and need to live real lives.
    Furthermore, they slip additional book offers and subscriptions in with your contract. You can easily spend 5 to 6 times the subscription price per year if you don't stay on top of the junk that hey send you. Honestly, one of the worst magazines in terms of all the additional crap that they send to you. ...more info
  • I only got one magazine, still awaiting for the rest
    I am dissapointed at the fact that I only got one magazine. I am gonna try again.
    I wonder what happened to my money...more info
  • A positive influence
    I like Men's Health a lot, because it is one of the most practical, useful magazines I get. It covers fitness, diet, health (it is very big on prevention and self-diagnosis early, so as to avoid major health problems later), fashion (good stuff, trendy and basic, not latest-from-Paris kinds of stuff), relationships (carefully sneaked into a magazine that looks like it isn't about relationships -- clever, because men don't read magazines about relationship tips), finance, and other topics that come up. There are brief articles on each of these (this is the magazine I read while standing over the kitchen sink eating breakfast -- articles tend to be brief enough to finish in that period of time), and I appreciate the witty, upbeat style that is not pompous or pretentious, just good basic 'guy stuff'.

    Alas, in each issue there is at least one article on 'how to drop five pounds this week' or 'how to lose 10 pounds by Easter' -- these look like they'll work and seem very reasonable, but I cannot comment on their effectiveness (would that I were able to!). I can comment on the effectiveness of time management, basic financial planning, and exercise routine advice -- these have worked for me. In fact, I credit many of the articles in this magazine with helping me to plan a graceful exit from my old job and into my new self-employment career and graduate school/seminary endeavour, by illustrating stories and giving useful advice.

    There are also fun things, too, like a recent issue's back-page article on how to effectively tan, by the tan-master himself, George Hamilton. Do you know how to tie a bow-tie? This magazine had an article showing that, too.

    This is not an 'in-depth' magazine, but then again, it doesn't pretend to be. Many of us work and live in a world that doesn't permit time-consuming research and consideration of essays on health and fitness, unless we are professional in that field. Thus, magazines like this fill a need. So far as health and fitness magazines are concerned, this one is a good one -- many magazines are veiled soft-core erotica. Men's Health does not avoid the topic of sex, but doesn't overplay it the way many do.

    The magazine has a good graphic sense to it -- it illustrates the physical things discussed in photographs without as much embellishment as many other fitness magazines. Comparing this to several others on the magazine rack, it is understated, has less flash and more substance in the articles.

    Definitely worth a look!...more info

  • Why did it take so long?
    It took forever for this magazine to get to the address and it also is shipped a week to 2 weeks after the magazine is already on the stands. What's the point of having a subscription if you get the magazine later than everyone else? I will never order a magazine from Amazon again, I'll go through the actual magazine company instead....more info
  • Beware of Rodale Books!
    I've enjoyed subscribing to Men's Health magazine in the past but I had to stop to prevent being sold products and renewals without my authorization. Be aware that with your subscription, they will automatically renew your subscription "for your convenience" and bill you accordingly.

    Also, I would receive post-card notices in the mail about their latest fitness guide ($28) and how I can "preview" it for 21 days. Of course, I think not and toss the card out. Too bad I didn't pay close enough attention. I have to fill out and send the card back in order to decline. The fitness guide shows up in the mail and I have 21 days to repack it and ship it back. They got me with two of them (I admit, I did fail to get it shipped back before 21 days was up) and, along with the auto-renewal, I had enough and called and told them I didn't want to be a customer anymore. Fine....I thought. It's been four months since my last issue and here I am now with a postcard from Rodale Books about previewing the 2008 Fitness Guide. I guess cancelling my subscription wasn't enough to keep them from auto-selling me stuff.

    Can you imagine this new tactic of selling becoming the norm? The retailer gets to choose what we order and it's up to us to decline it. Crazy! If you google for "Rodale return card 14 days" you'll see that there are some who have attempted to sue Rodale over this. Think twice before ordering this magazine and being subjected to the same sales tactics....more info
  • Great Mag, Always learn something
    I always learn something new and useful from this mag. I read this and the Wall Street Journal....more info
  • Mens Health Subscription
    Be careful with this company... I recieved a card in the mail for a gift membership to this magazine. I thought it would be a cool gift so I filled the card out as an interested party. They started sending the magazine without recieving any money from me to start the subscription... well after thinking about it I decided not to do it so I did not want to pay for it. They continued to send it I thought in error... Now over a year later they send me a collection letter from a collection compnay for the 19.95 subscription fee. Why would a company send a product before being paid.. to rip off customers. OK magazine but I would not bother with this company ever....more info
  • Men's Health Changed My Life.
    I absolutely love this magazine. Great information, great ideas, and motivating to the amateur. Helped me get started on my New Years Resolution, now I'm 20 lbs lighter and still going....more info
  • Men's Health Stealth
    MH has some good content on a variety of topics, although I would like more on fitness and health. Their treatment of customers is another story. I dislike the fact that they regard a subscription as permanent until you figure out how to turn it off. Just now I spent $7.50 returning books I didn't want. They sent me a notice beforehand allowing me to opt out, but I was away on vacation. When I returned, I sent in the opt out form, but apparently it was too late and I received the book for a 21 day trial. I was ready to return them immediately, but the fine print says that an invoice is to be included; in another place it says the invoice will arrive in a few days. After at least 15 days (of the 21 day period), the invoice hasn't arrived. After I found a phone no. and called it at 10am on a Monday morning, the recorded message said it couldn't take the call - try again another time. Rodale has sneaky ways of serving its custormers.
    ...more info
  • Barely a "Health" magazine anymore
    I used to enjoy this magazine, but it has gone downhill. Rather than "Health" the magazine's focus has become getting women to bed, sex, and fashion. The title of the magazine should be changed to "Men's Fashion" or "Playboy". If you want a fashion magazine, there is already GQ. The magazine cover usually tries to portray "muscle" type articles, and there are articles on working out, but the focus on "Health" is very limited....more info
  • Yes, beware of Rodale books
    I was a subscriber to Men's Health for a year. My year ended at the same time the magazine published its tacit endorsement of Barack Obama in its November 2008 issue. I did not believe that a cigarette smoker who spent his youth smoking marijuana and snorting cocaine was an appropriate man to promote in a health magazine. The same issue also attacked several conservatives and Republicans. (Oddly, a poll in that issue showed that 42% of the magazine's readers identified most with the GOP, while just 18% identified most with the Democrat Party.) Therefore, I chose not to renew my subscription.

    I never received a postcard such as one reviewer said he received. However, several weeks after I notified Men's Health that I would not be renewing my sub, I received a package with two books and a note that read, "As promised when you ordered Men's Health Magazine, your 21-day free preview of Men's Health Total Fitness Guide 2009 has arrived."

    First, I did not receive such a "promise" when I signed up for a subscription more than a year ago. Second, I would not accept a subscription with such a "promise." And, third, I wrote Men's Health on November 10 to let them know that I did not wish to renew my subscription.

    I just e-mailed customer service and told them that if they want their books back, they need to mail me payment to cover shipping and handling. ...more info
  • Eternal Subscription
    My problem isn't with the magazine itself, but with their new (or at least new to me) subscription policy. Subscriptions now automatically renew, which means you will start receiving bills months before your current subscription ends. If you decide you don't want to renew you must call them. If you don't they will turn you over to a collection agency, even if you don't receive issues from the new subscription.

    I have subscribed to Men's Health off an on for many years, and even own some of their books. This is the first time I have had this problem, and it will be the last. Apparently they are getting desperate trying to keep their subscribers.

    ...more info
  • Ok on the surface level, thin on content and true facts once you dig deeper
    I picked up a copy of Men's Health when I was at the height of being a work out zealot last year and it seemed like a complete and utter revelation. Tips about diet, work out plans, zillions of factoids to confirm I was on the correct track. I was hooked, bought the next edition and after that got my years subscription.

    The bottom line? I quit reading after about six months - I felt like there were only so many 'I was fat and now I am thin' articles I can read and I felt the emphasis on some diet aspects, herbs and unproven substances was a bit suspect once I dug deeper into the research. They put a huge emphasis on protein in the diet when the bottom line is most Western diets have more than enough and there is a substantial body of evidence leaning toward the fact that high protein diets lead to a lessened flow of blood to the heart. Frankly I pulled out a food pyramid from the government, went to the gym a ton, lost 40lbs within a few months. No fancy herbs, no supplements, no major pain. There are no revelations within its covers and in essence you are paying money for questionable advice and to be advertised at.

    If you really want to know about Nutrition get a copy of Understanding Nutrition - Textbook Only, and stick to the exercise tips in Men's Health at best. Men's Health is no substitute for common sense, as it is my subscription is half unopened and gathering dust in the corner. For strength training check out Strength Training Anatomy. Eat a balanced diet, get your exercise -- save some trees and some cash in the long run.
    ...more info
  • One of my favs.....................
    First off, I am not a health nut, I dont go to the gym; lets face it, I dont exercise like I should, or eat like I should. I am an active guy but I dont have regular workout plan. I do love this magazine though. I had bought a few from a local store every so often and had to order a subscription. Their regular articles are great, I really like the 3 sex ones, and all of the stats on men and women. The little add-on on almost every page giving a percent of the male popluation that has or hasnt done something or something is great.

    The articles on health issues, say the prostate are very informative yet simple enough the average person can understand them. Yet even as a biochemist I find them captavating. I dont usually spend to much time reading the atricles on working out, as I dont really do that, although one day... There are articles on just about everything; gadgets, clothing, cars, getting ahead on the job, etc..... Everything you would want for a guy magazine, its just not the main focus. I have changed my diet from reading some of the articles. One thing you wont really find in here is politics, which is fine by me. Usually a magazine will pick one side or the other and completely turn me off of it, I think its better that they just stay out of it all together. One last little bit of info, there arnt a whole lot of ad's, as compared to other magazines. There are some at the beginning and end, but very few in the middle (as far as whole page ads go).

    I highly recommend this for any guy out there. Even if you dont want to subscribe right away, go pick up a few issues from time to time at a store and give it a chance, it wont take long before you do subscribe. ...more info
  • Great magazine!
    I picked up my first issue and I am very impressed. They have a plethora of interesting and useful information that make you stop and think. Good articles on all male topics like sports, fitness, health, sex, etc. Great read. Pick up a copy....more info
  • Was More Consistent A Couple Of Years Ago.
    This magazine offers plenty for its readers. Various advice on career issues, fitness, financial planning, sex, nutrition, style, weight loss, time management, and even recipes. It is clearly accessible and brief in its execution. Which is fine, since life can get rather hectic nowadays. It is somewhat similar to "Mens Journal." But, with far more attention on health and fitness. I deduct 1 star because it was better written in the past. Still, it is the best mens magazine available today....more info
  • Watch out for the unwanted books!
    The magazine is ok, a little light on exercise for the fitness guys, and a little light on fashion for the GQ guys.
    Warning:
    Rodale (the publisher) will send you books you haven't ordered, then send you a bill for them. Although you have no legal obligation to pay for them, they may report you to a credit agency to collect their [...] bucks. This is sleazy and I wouldn't recommend doing business with a company that uses tactics like this....more info
  • Mc. Steamy
    wow. I'm sorry i just saw Mc.Steamy on the cover. enough said. this man is gorgeous....more info
  • For Exercise Routines not so good
    I do not like this magazine, I have tried to like it but find it to full of junk, lot of ads, to few infomation regarding exercise routines and sometimes I found two very different advise of the same thing in the same issue so I am left confused, go at take a look if you like it get a subscription if you don't buy instead Men's Workout or Exercise for Men Only, more stuff in less pages and more to the point.
    ...more info
  • Full of Usefull Information
    A friend introduced me to Men's Health a couple of years ago. I have been a regular reader since then. The primary reason that I read this magazine is because it motivates me. The interviews and articles are written in a way that encourages reader to engage in healthy lifestyle. For instance, a typical celebrity interview would include their favorite exercise, often with pictures.

    The articles are informational and are written in simple English. I especially like their coverage of medical issues such as memory loss or diabetes. They provide prevention tips and support them by latest research.

    This is not a fitness magazine. As the title suggest, it is about Men's Health - fitness, exercise, food, clothing, style, and habits - anything related to health. Overall, it is an excellent magazine.
    ...more info
  • Good all-around magazine for men
    Men's Health has become a well-around men's magazine with good advice on fitness and nutrition. The monthly workout regiments/tips always seem sound and reasonable for long-term fitness goals, not promising uber-results in 4 weeks. In recent years, it has ventured beyond the health arena, with provocative articles on issues such as child support and injured veterans from the second Gulf War. On the other hand, features on grooming/fashion/new products sometimes over-reach in its attempt to appeal to advertisers who spend money in more fashion-oriented magazines. I can also quibble with the occasional layout style and some "relationship" articles (more for their tone not the subject matter). Still, I have high regards for the consistent improvement of this publication in recent years....more info
  • Information overload
    First let me say, the vast majority of men in the US, need to read this magazine. Why three stars? Simply put, MHM overloads you with too much information, without putting it together in a bigger picture. Should I really be excited to hear some pop icon or actor's workout every month? And if you expect to afford the clothes in this magazine, you should be earning $100k a year.

    Something else that bothers me about MHM, is the magazine still debates the roles of alcohol, beef, pork, marijuana, coffee, and processed foods in seeking optimum health.

    The magazine never forgets to issue advice on every sort of interpersonal/social situation, and if your a little slow, I guess you need it. On the other hand, if you meditate and have some degree of intuition, you don't need all that advice, it's common sense.

    MHM and Rodale press could just publish one workout book every decade, as "breakthroughs" don't happen very often in the realm of physical training. Just look at the US military. Also, who knows how much money the beef industry pays Rodale, let alone all the other products they "recommend".

    My problem with Men's Health Magazine is it's role, to make money. Despite these setbacks, and considering the widespread obesity in America, I'm glad to see this magazine on the shelves. If you want to be as healthy as possible, get Paul Pitchford's Healing with Whole Foods....more info
  • not as promised
    While we have not yet received our first issue of this subscription, we know the magazine will be great! We've had previous subcriptions to it. The problem is that it was advertised the company was supposed to send out a card indicating this subscription had been purchased. That "card" was to have been a stocking stuffer indicating the gift to follow. It never arrived. Emailed the company x3 with no response....more info
  • Well Rounded
    The magazine has a nice blend of Fitness, Style, Nutrition, Self-Improvement, and Sex related articles. I have been a reader for several years now, and the magazine seems to have improved with time. The only flaw I see is that it is good at everything, and great at nothing. ...more info
  • Men's Health Helped Me
    Two years ago I was 285 lbs. At 5'8", that was morbidly overweight as my doctor would write on his checklist of me.
    I made a conscious decision to change myself. I read Men's Health and followed the articles' suggestions. I followed the eating lifestyle they suggested. I exercised using various exercise they suggested.

    Eventually, I bought the "Book of Muscle" they also published.
    Today I am 160lbs and fit. Playing baseball, playing with my kids.
    Men's Health is filled with great articles about fitness, health, healthy eating, exercise, sex, etc... I only gave it four stars since there is generally a good portion of fluff in there that I don't read. For example, I really don't care to know what drinks attract women at a bar. But if you pass over the fluff and read the substance, and actually DO some of the things they suggest, you can look like the guy on the cover.

    Like anything else in life, nothing is free, hard work and dedication are required.
    ...more info
  • great!
    I ordered these for my boyfriend and we both love them! There are so many great articles..not just a bunch of advertisements like most magazines are....more info
  • Be a man
    If you're looking for a men's magazine that will help to keep you informed on fitness, weight loss, nutrition, sex and style - then this is a magazine you will have an interest in.

    The layout is simple, with the most important information highlighted to draw your attention. I have found this magazine to be extremely helpful in keeping myself fit. I find an abundance of useful material each week and there is always a recipe or something that I find myself trying out with each issue. Great stuff....more info
  • Why it is still a great investment
    Men's Health is one of the most popular men's magazines because it meets the various expectations and needs of the modern man. You simply have to know about fitness, dieting, supplements, fashion, gadgets, etc. The annual subscription makes it a bargain and you get so much information for a few bucks. One of the most interesting sections is the one dedicated to bedroom activities. The tips are definitely useful and yet I highly recommend in addition the bestseller "scientfically guaranteed male multiple orgasms and ultimate sex" for the latest secrets in this area. Another key feature of the magazine is that it motivates you to stay healthy, lean and fit. There are weight loss tips, advice on how to eat and exercise in order to see results fast. This is important part of keeping sharp appearance. Overall, I can reasonably say that you will learn a lot, have fun reading it and most probably it will help you up to a certain limit to be a good looking man and great lover....more info
  • The Only Magazine that connected to you
    I have many men magazine, none comes close to Men's Health. Some magazines are too glossy that spell "expensive" for what ever they wanted to promote. With Men's Health, I get to everything from A to Z. I always pass my old copies to my local library for their own collection....more info
  • men health magazine
    I haven't recieved a single copy so I can't really review it. All I can say is the amazom service is terrible....more info
  • Too repetitive
    The first issue is great. The second issue to helpful. By the end of the year of your subscription, you're tired of learning of another 276 esoteric fruits and vegetables that scientists in other countries say lower some cancer risk by x%. And you don't need yet another workout routine designed by a movie star or athlete. My advice is read a few pages next time you're waiting for a haircut. That's all you really need....more info
  • This is a consistently informative magazine.
    My brother dismissed magazines such as "Men's Health", due to an errant assumption that such publications were not for typical suburban Dads like him. A heart attack and quad bypass later, he changed his mind! I bought him a subscripton to enjoy during his recovery, and he has really gotten a lot out of it. It's not glossy "fluff"; it actually has stuff he reads and uses each month. This is one subscription that is worth every penny....more info
  • A "Woman's Magazine" for Men
    The publishers of "Men's Health" have hit on a very successful formula, one that they've taken right from the pages of any number of women's magazines found on the rack at the supermarket. Each issue is devoted to stroking the egos of the middle-aged readers while selling them tons of useless "lifestyle" cloting, toys and cosmetics that they can justify by telling themselves it's all about their healthy lifestyle.

    No stars....more info

  • Better price than anywhere
    I have been a subscriber to Men's Health for many years but ahven't found a subscription for less money than Amazon. Great magazine and great price!...more info
  • Not bad
    Has decent articles in it. Not sure if it's going to change your life, but when you're on a plane, it does the job....more info
  • Good informative reading
    The only problem is that when you subscribe, they start off your subscription with old issues. Make sure that you have not purchased any recent issue or you will reading them again....more info
  • Men's Health
    Thanks so much. my son enjoys this magazine alot, and it's fun to give it to him....more info

 

 
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