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Men's Health

Men's Health April 2020

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.

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1 Min.
meet the men’s health advisory panel

BRAIN HEALTH: P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.D. David Perlmutter, M.D. CARDIOLOGY: John Elefteriades, M.D. David Wolinsky, M.D. DERMATOLOGY: Brian Capell, M.D., Ph.D. Adnan Nasir, M.D., Ph.D. EMERGENCY MEDICINE: Jedidiah Ballard, D.O. Robert Glatter, M.D. Travis Stork, M.D. ENDOCRINOLOGY: Sandeep Dhindsa, M.D. EXERCISE SCIENCE: Martin Gibala, Ph.D. Mark Peterson, Ph.D., C.S.C.S.*D Brad Schoenfeld, Ph.D., C.S.C.S. GASTROENTEROLOGY: Felice Schnoll-Sussman, M.D. INTEGRATIVE HEALTH: Brenda Powell, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE: Keith Roach, M.D. MENTAL HEALTH: Thomas Joiner, Ph.D. Avi Klein, L.C.S.W. Drew Ramsey, M.D. NUTRITION: Chris Mohr, Ph.D., R.D. Mike Roussell, Ph.D. Brian St. Pierre, R.D., C.S.C.S. PAIN MEDICINE: Paul Christo, M.D., M.B.A. SEX & RELATIONSHIPS: Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., M.P.H. Justin Lehmiller, Ph.D. SLEEP MEDICINE: Mary Carskadon, M.D. W. Christopher Winter, M.D. SPORTS MEDICINE: Michael Fredericson, M.D. Dan Giordano, D.P.T., C.S.C.S. Bill Hartman, P.T. TRAINING: Mike Boyle, M.Ed., A.T.C. Ben Bruno, C.F.S.C. Alwyn Cosgrove, C.S.C.S.*D David Jack David Otey, C.S.C.S. Don Saladino, NASM UROLOGY: Elizabeth Kavaler, M.D. Larry Lipshultz, M.D. WEIGHT LOSS: David Katz, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM, FACP Jeff Volek, Ph.D., R.D.…

1 Min.
you’re just getting started

BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE EXPERTS, ADVISORS, AND READERS WHO BRING MEN’S HEALTH TO LIFE. Learning to live in the present. @MichaelCzarnomski Started watching my diet and working out 2 years or so ago so when I went around the sun for the 50th time I was and am in the best shape in my life!! 65 to 70 pounds gone and adding more muscle every day and never ever miss an issue of Men’s Health magazine!!! @patrick.powell.921 The need for approval fell away. I earned this body, this mind, and this life. It took me 50 years to realize that I can’t fix everything and that sometimes letting go is the best choice to be healthy. #50 @timothy_rios Actually being able to imagine retirement as a real, attainable goal and not just some far-off notion. Hoping…

3 Min.
what inspires you?

—@rivermaskew OPTIMISM. HARD WORK. An honest sweat. Kumail Nanjiani’s biceps. Lottery winners. The forever-young 50-somethings on pages 86 through 95. A really good joke. Weddings and graduations. A day without meetings. People. All kinds of people. People who are really, really good at something. People who believe in something, and stand for something, and endure trollery and harassment and bad-faith BS to make themselves heard. People who sometimes wake up feeling that life is just impossible, and they get out of bed anyway. Life has felt sort of impossible for me lately. I broke my collarbone skiing a few weeks ago and underwent pretty extensive surgery to fix it, and while I’d heard that collarbone fractures were painful, I wasn’t ready for this level of hurt. Aleve and Advil and Tylenol don’t…

1 Min.
ask men’s health

Q. Coffee always makes me work out harder, but I know it dehydrates me, too. So what do I do? —ALAN, Kansas City, MO A. It’s less about dehydration and more about timing. Studies show that you’d have to slam down about four cups of coffee quickly to put you at risk of dehydration. Even if you did that, exercise counter-acts the diuretic effect of coffee by increasing your adrenaline, which in turn reduces the need to pee. All this said, caffeine is a stimulant with a long(ish) half-life, and if you’re working out in the late afternoon or later, you’re going to disrupt your sleep. If you go to bed around 10:00 P.M., drink your last cup before noon. —ERIC HELMS, PH.D., C.S.C.S., PNBA PROFESSIONALLY QUALIFIED BODYBUILDER…

1 Min.
meanwhile, on instagram…

@ImSebastianStan Thank you @menshealthmag for featuring me on your Jan/Feb 2020 cover. Guess I’ll have to try and keep this up in the newyear!? This was one of my all-time favorite shoots… Michelle Monaghan, @michellemonaghan (Mission: Impossible and True Detective star) Damn brother!! Paul Walter Hauser, @pwhauser (Richard Jewell star and Stan’s I, Tonya costar) Shouldn’t hafta wait this long for these pics. Edgar Ramírez, @edgarramirez25 (American Crime Story star) I know firsthand how hard you work my friend, We’ve starved together! We’ve shredded together! Drake Doremus, @drakedoremus (Stan’s director on Endings, Beginnings)…

2 Min.
how a longtime lifter (finally) embraced cardio to drop 100-plus pounds

The Setback I grew up playing sports, which led to weight training. After college, I started to pull back from the gym, but I still ate like I was lifting. Within a couple of years, I weighed more than 300 pounds. I was still working an active construction job, but it was getting hard to avoid the numbers on the scale. The Wake-up Call One day in 2016, I crossed 350 pounds. My doctors never saw any health-related issues with my size, but belts started to dig into my belly. My clothes began to look like parachutes. I was just tired of being fat. The Food Liquid calories were the first thing to go—no more energy drinks, no more soda. I examined my energy-burn rate using online calculators. My goal was to consume 2,500 calories…