men's fitness

Men's Fitness tried to tell dudes how to turn a woman's "no" into a "yes." 😒
As more celebrities step into the spotlight as yogis, I'm happily seeing more and more men give it a shot. Thanks to yoga, they are now enjoying better flexibility, improved performance in other sports, and less injury.
One can't help but wonder: Are these magazines for straight men only? I am unaware of their average reader's sexual orientation, however, at least statistically, surely conjecturally, a portion of the readership must identify as gay or bisexual.
"Three or four hours a day of just consistent, ass-kicking hard work." That's how Chris Pratt, the July/August cover guy of Men's Fitness and star of the upcoming film Guardians of the Galaxy, ditched 60 pounds in six months.
Bad body image is not a plight reserved for heterosexual women. "I am so sick of my body. I lift weights every day; I eat
Look around you the next time you're in town or at the mall. Do you see any obese, old men? You won't, because they're all dead.
In my interview with Boulton today, he discusses his new vision, his difficulties with defining his sexuality and why he
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'Hung' star Thomas Jane covers the June/July issue of Men's Fitness, on newsstands now, and inside he shows all of his workout