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Men's Health Mag

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How I Build My Body: Martins Licis, World's Strongest Man

They'll lift your workout to new heights. → Read More

This Weight Loss Tip Is So Easy You Can Do It With Your Eyes Closed

The latest science says no amount of HIIT outperforms better sleep as your greatest fat-loss ally → Read More

Turbo Trainers: The Best to Buy in 2020

Bring your cycling training indoors with this selection of best turbo trainers → Read More

Daniel Craig's Trainer Shares The James Bond Workout That Built 007's Body for 'No Time to Die'

This workout is your licence to boost strength, mobility and stay injury-free → Read More

How to Do a Muscle Up: I Learned How to Do a Muscle-Up in Just 4 Weeks. Here's How

One impossible challenge and four weeks to train — these are the ups and downs of our man trying the world's hardest bodyweight move → Read More

Aldo Kane: Ex-Royal Marine Shares Military Secrets for Physical and Mental Strength

After years spent serving as a Royal Marines sniper, Kane has forged a high-octane but low-profile career masterminding TV and film productions in hostile environments. Steal his tips here → Read More

Rich Froning: CrossFit Games, Intermittent Fasting and CrossFit Mayhem Workouts

The CrossFit legend walks you through his diet, training and his three-move bodyweight workout. → Read More

Sign Up to The New Men's Health Newsletter Today

We’re launching a collection of three free newsletters, delivered to your inbox every week and designed to help you reach any goal → Read More

You Can Make Your Own Hand Sanitiser During COVID-19

To make it work you just need to follow these guidelines from the World Health Organisation → Read More

Home Workouts: Build Mental Strength With Aldo Kane's Hardcore Cardio Session

Sprints are simple and free but, well, they suck. This session works to exhaust your lower body and put you in a position where you’re forced to dig deep. You’ll need to summon maximum effort for the final effort. The reward is a long, slow, calming walk back to the start. Use it well. Kane believes that conquering each sprint clears your head as effectively as it boosts your cardio fitness. → Read More

You Can Still Build New Muscle in Your 60s and 70s, Says Science

If age is but a number – make it 100kg on the bench press → Read More

Placebo Effect from Reading Horoscopes Can Lead to Physical and Psychological Benefits, Study Proves

Science suggests a cognitive boost may well indeed be in your stars — so here's how to do it right → Read More

4 Carb Recipes That Are Healthier and Tastier Than Pasta or Rice

Rice and pasta aren't the only ways to fuel your fitness. Swap energy suppliers to ancient grains with our guide → Read More

How I Build My Body: Former Royal Marines Sniper Aldo Kane

Our latest cover star takes you through the exercises that get him expedition fit → Read More

This Simple Diet Tweak Will Help You Burn Fat and Beat Heart Disease in Your 30s

It could be the key to staying healthy and lean as you get older → Read More

The Men's Health Fitness Travel Guide: Dubai

Dubai has high-end wellness in the desert. Stay healthy on holiday with a guide from Local PT Peter Barron → Read More

This 5-Move Workout Hits Your Chest, Legs and Shoulders While Burning Belly Fat

By targeting the larger muscle groups in your lower body and rocketing your heart rate, this workout maximises calorie burn and creates an oxygen debt to spike your metabolism for hours → Read More

Could Lego Soon Become a Wellness Brand for Stressed-Out Adults?

New research suggests that Lego can help you build up resistance to the anxieties of grown-up life. No kidding... → Read More

H&M Activewear: Cheap Gym Kit That's Also Affordable

Environmentally conscious and wallet friendly, here are 17 items we want right now → Read More

5 Nutrition Myths That Are Stopping You from Turning Vegan

Yes, you will consume enough protein to build muscle → Read More