In the new October issue of Men’s Health
Here has Men’s health, we have long championed the idea that age should not be a barrier to progress, whether at the gym, on the sports field or in your workplace. This month’s cover model Jamie Foxx, 53, exemplifies that philosophy.
With a Mike Tyson biopic in the works, plus a new memoir, Act like you have common sense, Foxx is fitter, stronger, busier and more in demand than ever. But what makes a man who has everything to want more? We sat down with him to find out – and borrowed some of his best workout ideas while we were there.
Here’s a look at what you’ll find in the new October issue of Men’s health UK.
Coming to the Jamie Foxx Show …
He already has the Oscar and Grammy, acting and music careers. But Foxx is not finished. Not even close. Here is what Men’s health learned from actor, mathematician and – the role he takes most seriously – dad.
Make âthe new normalâ work for you
Are you going back to the office? You better put on pants. Here’s our complete guide to incorporating the best home work habits, tips, and practices into your new routine.
Could abuse of steroids cause a mental health crisis?
Once confined to the fringes of muscle cultivation, steroids are now used by over a million people in the UK. Although its physical effects are well known, how it modifies the mind is less discussed. Everything from depression to paranoia to brain shrinkage has been linked to steroids. Are users giving up sanity for muscle?
The Ultimate Guide to Sports Nutrition
Whether you’re new to sports supplements or have two decades of self-experimentation under your lifting belt, the fact remains that sorting whey from the chaff is tough. Our experts are here to help. From the power of endurance to sharpening focus, these are products worthy of a place in your stack.
Stay slim for the long haul
Improve your fitness, mobility and metabolism with three quick at-home workouts, each designed to fit your daily routine and make lifelong athletics a little easier to master.
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