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Men's Running Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Men’s Running delivers editorial content which is 100% relevant to men who run – beginner or regular runner. Whether it’s ditching your gut, clearing your head or getting in shape for a race Men’s Running is the running magazine which understands the modern running man.

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Men's Running  |  August 2015  


He’s guzzled his own urine and chomped down cockroaches like they were caviar. He’s climbed Mount Everest and slept inside the carcass of a camel. But away from the TV cameras, Bear Grylls loves nothing more than the simple joys of running. On p22, we catch up with the Chief Scout to find out more about what running means to him – and why he thinks barefoot is best.

Another man who had to hone his survival skills is Jamie Bunchuk. The Londoner decided to run across the Kazakhstan desert on foot, powered by little more than horse meat and homemade vodka. Along the way he encountered rattlesnakes, Soviet military bases and unexploded rockets. Turn to p68 to find out how he got on.

Even if you’re not planning on crossing vast wildernesses on foot, upping your weekly mileage can have huge aerobic benefits. On p21, marathon man Steve Way, who regularly clocks in excess of 100 miles a week, tells you how you can do this without getting injured.

But running, for many, is about much more than miles. For those suffering from depression, it can offer a lifeline and a sense of self-worth. In our extended feature on p54, Michael Donlevy investigates why a growing number of experts think running, rather than traditional medication, could be the greatest combatant to depression.

Alongside the weightier stuff, there’s the usual mix of gear reviews, race reports and training advice to keep you motivated this summer. I hope you enjoy reading this issue of Men’s Running. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m off to eat some creepy-crawlies…
Men’s Running delivers editorial content which is 100% relevant to men who run – beginner or regular runner. Whether it’s ditching your gut, clearing your head or getting in shape for a race Men’s Running is the running magazine which understands the modern running man.

In the age of falling gym memberships and burgeoning waistlines, Men’s Running delivers the perfect antidote to guys who need answers to their health and lifestyle challenges.
In a tone of voice you will enjoy with eye-catching design and a carefully considered mix of inspiring tales, high quality training and nutrition advice, Men’s Running stands out amongst other running magazines.

Men’s Running will inspire and help you if you are looking to sharpen up for a race, burn fat or simply working towards a healthier lifestyle which encompasses eating right, clearing the head and bringing balance to the demands of a busy professional and family life which make staying in shape more important than ever.

Men’s Running has a strong focus on credible testing of the latest running technology and gadgets and honest reviews of the best running gear on the market. Every issue includes Trail Zone – our ‘mag within a mag’ which focuses on the growing off-road running scene with reports, workouts, races and kit suggestions for all of your trail running needs.
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Men's Running   |   August 2015   


He’s guzzled his own urine and chomped down cockroaches like they were caviar. He’s climbed Mount Everest and slept inside the carcass of a camel. But away from the TV cameras, Bear Grylls loves nothing more than the simple joys of running. On p22, we catch up with the Chief Scout to find out more about what running means to him – and why he thinks barefoot is best.

Another man who had to hone his survival skills is Jamie Bunchuk. The Londoner decided to run across the Kazakhstan desert on foot, powered by little more than horse meat and homemade vodka. Along the way he encountered rattlesnakes, Soviet military bases and unexploded rockets. Turn to p68 to find out how he got on.

Even if you’re not planning on crossing vast wildernesses on foot, upping your weekly mileage can have huge aerobic benefits. On p21, marathon man Steve Way, who regularly clocks in excess of 100 miles a week, tells you how you can do this without getting injured.

But running, for many, is about much more than miles. For those suffering from depression, it can offer a lifeline and a sense of self-worth. In our extended feature on p54, Michael Donlevy investigates why a growing number of experts think running, rather than traditional medication, could be the greatest combatant to depression.

Alongside the weightier stuff, there’s the usual mix of gear reviews, race reports and training advice to keep you motivated this summer. I hope you enjoy reading this issue of Men’s Running. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m off to eat some creepy-crawlies…
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Men's Running magazine print subscription.
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