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3 Reasons to Grab the August Issue of Men’s Health

Posted by on 18. August 2015

With the SEA Games still in fresh memory, Men’s Health takes those highlights into fitness tips from our Top SEA Games Champs.  Be fit in the Metro and let Men’s Health give you a run down on what fitness hubs are available in each city.  Get up close and personal with Nadine Lustre, who is Men’s Health Woman for August. That and a lot more in their August 2015 Issue. Grab One Now.

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When it comes to fitness, Men Health is among the enduring fitness mags that gives us timely fitness tips and features.  Their August Issue brings us more topic with fitness tips from no less than our SEA Game Champs.  They give you a fitter look at the metro by giving different fitness ratings in the Metro. They also bring you a feature with an emerging star, Nadine Lustre in their Woman Section.

1) It’s All About Fitness Tips of our SEA Games Champ

Just a few months ago, we were tuned in the recent South East Asian (SEA) Games.  We may not have been among the top teams in the mix but there were a lot of highlights and a lot of surprises.  We got to see an emerging sport in Triathlon give us Gold Medals and Podium Finishes.  We get to see rugby bringing us pride in the games too. Of course, SEA Games won’t be complete without bringing home the Basketball Gold.  Earning a gold medal at the SEA Games requires good fitness habits and right mind conditioning.  The issue features fitness tips and routines of our nation’s pride and SEA’s best in Kiefer Ravena (Basketball), Jake Letts (Rugby) and Nikko Huelgas (Triathlon) who all got the gold in the SEA Games.  Kiefer always adheres to his mentors adage, “when you eat junk, you play like junk.” Fil Australian Jake of Philippine Volcanoes loves the pace, ferocity and stamina required for a workout.  Triathlon champs relies on complex carbs before each training. That and a lot more in the latest Men’s Health Issue.

2) It’s About Fitness Ratings of Metro Manila Cities

Men’s Health also lists and rates the fittest cities in Metro Manila.  Fitness initiatives from select local governments, quality of life and overall health are used to determine which cities are on the right track of promoting and supporting a healthy lifestyle for its inhabitants.  They also provide the best place to exercise and do sports.  You get to see different fitness hubs that promotes a variety of sports and healthy lifestyle activities in the Metro.  It gives you some fitness idea that’s probably just a few blocks away from where you reside as we have fitness centers everywhere.

3) It’s About Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre is this month’s Men’s Health Woman. Let Nadine cue you in on how to win a girl for the long haul.  She shares her take on what makes a man manlier than the average Juan through a quiz on several topics on sports, food, culture, style, home repair, cars and women.  That and a lot more from an emerging star in Nadine Lustre.

Of course, you still get yer regular section of fitness, health and just about anything under the sun.  Men’s Health August Issue is now available on newsstands and in bookstores, convenience stores and supermarket nationwide. A digital edition of Men’s Health is also available for download on your mobile device through Apple Newsstand, Buqo and Zinio.

For more details, visit menshealth.ph. Follow them on Facebook: Men’ Health Philippines and Twitter and Instagram @MensHealthPH

31 Responses to 3 Reasons to Grab the August Issue of Men’s Health

  1. 3xhcch

    There should be a lot of good information about health here in this magazine. However, it still depends on the reader if he will apply this information in real life. – Fred

  2. Anne V

    Haven’t really been purchasing magazines for a couple of years now, all the information we need right now is available on the internet so why bother hehe. But sometimes hard copies are better, I prefer real books than e-books. I think it’s time to buy the hubby a copy of this month’s Men’s Health for a change. 🙂

  3. Dianne Salonga

    Wow! Rugby plus triathlon plus basketball in one menshealth magazine issue. Glad that they come up with this issue – with women section now. Best part will be their experiences in SEA Games.

  4. Patty | MrsC

    I think it would be interesting to read about the SEA Games athletes. Their stories and interviews are usually so inspiring.

  5. Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen

    I’ll tell hubby about this issue! Thanks!

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