Excellent, until.... I use this as a good guide as to some of the workouts that did help transform my body. That's the good. I do not use this as a fashion guide however. How rich do they think the everyday reader is? I thought gq was aimed at the up himself, posh boy. Not this. That is the downright ludicrous. I ain't subscribing. I'll buy it if and when I want to at the locals.
Crap Gloriously cynical pseudo-ad-spammer.
Same old same old I used to buy this magazine every month but noticed the regurgitated articles year after year. The advice given is good, but prepare to take out a loan to get the look of a 'modern man'. Got sick of the focus on 'pleasing her in bed, and burn calories' articles. Have these people ever been with a real woman?? Perhaps less airbrushing on the male models? Give men something REAL to strive for?
Over population of ad's and recycled content... The ad's are just awful, they take up too much room within the magazine. After a few issues you'll notice the same or very similar articles and content. As a motivational tool to get healthy and in shape its OK I guess but poor value as its basically the same price as a physical copy and you don't get the free gifts, which can be pretty good training guides from time to time.
90% ads, 10% repeated content For a fitness magazine there are a hell of a lot of undernourished female models used to 'spruce up' an article. When men's health was first published it was a decent read, however now there are 4 pages of adverts before you get to the contents page and an ad on almost every second page. I used to subscribe and recently read the free issue I received with my nexus, but things haven't changed. The same information can be found for free online. Don't waste your money on this.
Not bad but too many ads There is some really good info in Mens Health every month, and I especially like some of the recipes, but it does feel somewhat like a thinly veiled catalogue of adverts for supplements. A lot of the advice gets recycled and rehashed into slightly different forms so they can sell it to you again, but this only matters if you read it every month, otherwise you wouldn't know.
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