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Men's Health November 2018

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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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30 men’s health

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER //DARIUSH MOZAFFARIAN //MIKE MOORE // IZUMI TABATA //MIKE KRIEGER AND KEVIN SYSTROM // JAMES PARK //MAGIC JOHNSON // MARK VERSTEGEN // KELLY STARRETT // ANDY PUDDICOMBE //GREG GLASSMAN // JAMIE OLIVER // TINKER HATFIELD //RUTH WESTHEIMER //NICHOLAS TERRETT //GARRETT OLIVER // ROB KNIGHT // KEVIN FEIGE //STUART PHILLIPS // SERENA WILLIAMS // RICHARD SIMMONS // DANA WHITE //ANDREW FREEDMAN //CHRISTINA MINARDI //LAWRENCE EINHORN // GARY KREMEN // R. CURTIS ELLISON //JOE DE SENA // RON SHAICH //YVON CHOUINARD //PAT TILLMAN…

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editor’s note

“Honestly, I just wanted to throw a great party, so over the course of the day I cooked 30 pounds of meat in my backyard for my friends. Best birthday ever.”“I remember feeling like it was a new start and a chance to take control of my life.”“I blew up my life and career as I was turning the corner on 30, so, uh, there was some dread. And panic and urgency and questioning and excitement.”“Nothing major. Just the flicker of the notion that in the next decade I should probably get married and start a family.”“Horrible. Hated the lead-up. Hated turning it. Felt old. Immediately mourned my 20s. Thought all hope was lost.”—Survey of Men’s Health editors on the occasion of turning 30. Names withheld to protect the insecure.The…

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our birthday present to you: a new routine

TURNING 30 IS BIG. We’re celebrating the best way we know how: by getting a pump in. We’ve partnered with Crunch gyms to develop a special class available at select locations across the country. It’s ten different rounds of three different moves in 30 minutes. (See a few sample moves above.) 30 in 30. Get it? Fitness director Ebenezer Samuel and New York reader Seth Plattner took the routine for a test drive.EB: Favorite move: Lunge to front raise. “It smokes your shoulders.” Toughest move: Squat to curl to press. “You need to take your time on the squats, which will wipe you out.”SETH: Favorite move: Deadlift to row. Toughest move: High-knee run. “It’s hard to keep them up for a full minute.”MEET THE MEN’S HEALTH ADVISORY PANELWe’d be nothing…

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men’s health helped raise me

My dad passed away when I was ten, and my mom bought me a subscription to Men’s Health so that I had some fatherly advice—a positive male role model that I could look to. Whether it was the advice on working out or eating well, it’s always been there for me. I remember one workout poster in particular called “Get Back in Shape.” When I was in high school, I suffered a back injury that I reaggravated in college. I had to crawl out of bed. That workout got me back on my feet. By my third year in college, I had put on about 30 pounds of muscle. Working as a chef, plus moving and having a baby all in the last year, has made being active challenging, but…

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ask men’s health

Should I reward my kid for getting good grades?—PAUL, Oklahoma City, OKIf your kid studies every subject on their own and gets genuine satisfaction over a stellar report card, a reward isn’t necessary. If you’ve got the other type of kid—and you probably do—consider trading rewards for performance. “If you reinforce them by giving them money or a skateboard, contingent upon doing things they need to do, they start to associate better grades with the things they want, which is true of the real world,” says Cornell University clinical psychologist Matthew Specht, Ph.D. The key, he says, is to reward a mix of things they’re already doing well and things they could use work on, to encourage them to practice areas of struggle.My wife keeps me up at night tossing…

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november game plan

SPORTSThe TCS New York City MarathonNOVEMBER 4I’ll be watching and inevitably crying at some point during the broadcast. People from all over the world, of all shapes and sizes, come together to complete the ultimate feat of human athleticism. It’s just incredible.—JORDYN TAYLOR, news editor, MensHealth.comTVHomecomingNOVEMBER 2It’s like the ’50s all over again as radio programs make the jump to television. Julia Roberts is a government caseworker in this psychological thriller based on the hit fiction podcast series of the same name, streaming on Amazon Video.—MATT GOULET, senior associate editorEscape at DannemoraNOVEMBER 18An eight-part limited series about the 2015 escape of two inmates from a New York penitentiary abetted by a female guard, star-ring Benicio Del Toro and Patricia Arquette. You can officially consider your Sunday evenings through the holidays…

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