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Men's Journal May 2018

Geared toward the modern, adventurous man, Men's Journal magazine is for guys who enjoy their leisure time and want to get the most out of it. From health and fitness to sports and travel, each month Men's Journal has it covered.

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United States
語言:
English
出版商:
American Media Operations, Inc
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12 期號

本期

1 最少
letter from the editor

LARGER than life. That’s the phrase that kept coming to mind when we set out to photograph this month’s cover star, John Cena. It was based on the obvious: The guy’s actually huge, not to mention the wrestling histrionics and recent scene-stealing movie appearances. Here’s what I didn’t know until I met him: He’s super-freaking nice, too. And extremely mild-mannered (away from the ring). As soon as Cena stepped in front of the camera, he also transformed into the most effortless performer I have ever seen, game for all our silly props and an A-list improviser who had us all in stitches. I’m not a betting man, but I’d put a lot of dough on Cena becoming the next great comedy star. J.R. Sullivan’s profile of him (“Breaking Big,” page…

2 最少
letters

As a believer in equine therapy, I read about the veterans’ experiences in “Rough Riders” [by Elliott Woods, March 2018] with great interest. I started a ranch devoted to this form of treatment in 2014, after the tragic loss of my husband. My intention was to run a horse rescue, but they provided so much therapy to me during a difficult time. I hope to help people struggling with issues like trauma and addiction. TINA MANNIES, A GRAZING GRACE, GREENVILLE, CA OUT OF THE BLUE Having dived at the Devil’s Spring System, I really enjoyed Anai Colyer’s stunning photograph in “Under the Lights” [March 2018]. The beauty of the area is indescribable, and the colors are even more vibrant in person. It’s just incredible how much life can be found in a simple…

7 最少
heretics in the holy land

SINAI PENINSULA RAGAB IS HAVING TROUBLE with his camel. It has tried to bite him several times. Each time he lithely dodges the huge, swinging head, but now the camel is roaring, a bellicose sound that echoes along the red desert walls. “She is scared,” Ragab explains. He is only 16 years old, yet already he understands camels better than most humans ever will. “She only one month in training.” As our camel driver, Ragab is responsible for transporting the four of us, climbers from Wyoming, and our gear to a small oasis deep in the mountains of Egypt’s south Sinai. When we reach base camp at the end of a long day, he manages to unload our heavy duffel bags from the camel and get a feed bag over its head. The…

1 最少
cabin life, elevated

Come summer, there are few better mountain retreats than Taylor River Lodge, situated on the banks of one of central Colorado’s most fabled trout streams. Everything about the place, owned and operated by Eleven Experience, is over-the-top in the most laid-back way: from the main lodge’s custom-built bar, with handmade furniture and old framed photographs of the area, to six wood cabins, each named after a trout fly. But the accommodations are not the reason to visit—or at least not the only reason. After you book, one of Eleven’s “experience managers” will reach out to set up your activities for the trip, whether that’s rafting the Gunnison River, mountain biking Colorado’s famous 401 Trail, riding around downtown Crested Butte on a cruiser bike for the afternoon, or fishing the Taylor…

8 最少
the coffee freak

FROM OUR HILLTOP vantage point in northern Panama, Costa Rica is visible to the west and Volcán Barú, Panama’s tallest mountain, to the east. A canopy of rain forest stretches to the horizon, and it feels as if we’re walking through untamed wilderness. The only hint otherwise is a gang of coffee pickers in rubber boots, huddled together and sifting through the day’s harvest. “You can’t know this place until you know the forest,” says the farm’s founder, Joseph Brodsky, gesturing at the view before us. “This is where the flavor comes from.” Brodsky is giving me a tour of his 450-acre coffee plantation, and the next stop is the Rio Colorado, which marks the property’s eastern border. Getting there requires descending more than 900 feet via a series of switchbacks.…

6 最少
10 reasons to give a s*!t about baseball

1 THE BABE RUTH OF JAPAN IS SUITING UP STATESIDE Last September, when Shohei Ohtani—the so-called Babe Ruth of Japan—announced that he intended to play in the majors, the baseball world lost its mind. And no surprise. Like Ruth, the 23-year-old star dominates on both offense and defense; while playing in Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball league, he was clocked throwing 102-mile-per-hour fastballs, and he once sent a homer through the roof of the Tokyo Dome. In December, after considering 30 clubs, Ohtani decided to join All-Star center fielder Mike Trout on the playoff-contending Los Angeles Angels. Safe to say, Ohtani stands to be one of the most-hyped players heading into the season, and the biggest two-way star since the Great Bambino took the field. 2 Pujols Is on the Cusp of the…