THE November 2013 issue hits the stands this week with Tom Rodriguez on the cover. Tons of useful stuff as always. We'll show you how to build a better body by the New Year, disease proof yourself through decades, and other ways to improve your life.
Out of Bounds: Tom Rodriguez (p. 30)
This month, Men’s Health November guy Tom Rodriguez opens up about his artistic dreams (he hopes to be one of those behind-the-scene guys who dram magical worlds for films and video games!); his inspiration to keep holding onto his goals, and landing the coveted role of Vincent in My Husbands Lover.
Men’s Health Relationship Feature: Ina Raymundo (p. 68)
The original Sabado Nights leading lady Ina Raymundo shares her relationship insights on dating an older woman. Finally, Men’s Health helps you answer the questions: Is a relationship with an older woman really better?
“I think a huge part of it is due mainly to our confidence. […] A guy can learn so much more from his older girlfriend,” Ina tells Men’s Health.
Men’s Health Challenge: Rock-Solid Challenge (p. 80)
This November, Men’s Health introduces the nine brave men set to undergo a five-month physical overhaul with the Rock Solid Challenge. Helping these men unleash their inner beast is US-certified fitness performance coach and head coach at Ground Zero fitness and Performance Joseph Pagulayan.
“The secret to successfully transforming your body is to train movement, not muscle. When you train movement, you activate more muscles. Therefore, your body becomes a better metabolic engine.” Just one tip from coach Joseph in this month’s issue.
Your Health in Decades (p. 60)
How long we’ll walk the Earth is something we can’t predict. However, you’re in control of your fighting chance if you start making smart lifestyle choices right now. In this month’s issue, Men’s Health assistant section editors Wayne Tulio and Lio Mangubat will help you live longer by giving you the low-down on what you need to be checked out in your 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s.