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Men's Health (MH), published by Rodale Inc., is the world's largest men's magazine with 39 editions in 46 countries. It is also the best-selling men's magazine on U.S. newsstands.

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A global strength-training renaissance is underway! Modern science is leading coaches and trainers toward a better understanding of how we should train and why. Use their work to your advantage!
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In lean times, it’s even more important to make the most of the food you buy. Luckily, top chefs like Marc Murphy have been doing this for years. Use his tips to stretch your supplies—without a hit to the flavor.
Section: Nutrition ::


You could clog your kitchen with fancy gadgets you only use once each year, or you could think outside the box and save time, money, and space. We can guarantee you'll learn something useful!
Section: Nutrition ::


Shakes: whey. Ranch dressing: no whey! Think again. Your protein powder is more versatile than you think.
Section: Nutrition ::


Liam McIntyre is stronger than ever as he enters his second season as the heroic gladiator Spartacus, thanks to an all-body regimen, smart nutrition—and ''Dirty 30s.''
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Metabolic circuits can help you build a gladiator body. Learn the biology behind this cutting-edge training technique used in The Spartacus Workout!
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Take on the Spartacus Triple Set Scorcher to burn fat, build muscle, and chisel the body you've always wanted.
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You may never fight for your life in the arena, but you can build a gladiator body and get shredded like Spartacus with our War of the Damned superfeature.
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Your best weight-loss intentions will inevitably come face-to-face with temptation. Learn to boost your willpower, and keep the pounds off.
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Metabolic training is fast, furious, and effective. But are these 'metabolic workouts' all they’re cracked up to be? Here are five things you should keep in mind before starting.
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You've no doubt seen someone botch a classic movement, but before you critique a stranger's form, be sure you're not guilty of one of these forehead-smackers!
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