Men’s Health March 2014 Issue
Men’s Health Guy: Xian Lim (p. 24)
This March, Men’s Health cover guy Xian Lim shares how to toughen up your mind for anything, what his plans are for the future, and how he’s here for the long run – “In the future, I want to evolve din siyempre. I don’t want to just be an actor.”
“I’m trying to influence people not to dwell on the negativity. Kasi for a person like me, who went through so many things, who deals with a lot of negativity, it’s good to channel that negativity into positive things,” says Xian in this month’s feature.
Chart Your Course (p. 46)
Discover, explore, and feel invincible. This month, Men’s Health takes you on an adventure and puts a milder spin to your boring home-office-gym routine as four men – skydiver Snooky Cruz, kiteboarder Jay Ortiz, air sport specialist Randell 'Buko' Raymundo, and off-road racer Edison 'Tonton' Dungca – share their stories of a high that always thrills and never plateaus.
From jumping off planes to driving through rugged terrain, these men show you what it’s like to vanquish your fears for your adventure of a lifetime.
MH Fitness Feature: Change Court (p. 58)
Top athletes are discovering a great solution to busy physical plateaus and stay in fighting shape the whole year round: training in a different sport. Men’s Health gives you the all the cross-training tips you need to help you get to elite fitness levels.
“I’ve been working out for about six months now, doing some boxing and arnis, kalis ilustrisimo. That alone has improved my handspeed, footwork, timing, breathing; and all that stuff has translated into something I could use in basketball,” shares point guard Shawn Weinstein who does part time boxing and martial arts.
MH Special Feature: In The Wake Of The Storm (p. 64)
Yolanda became the worst storm to ever hit our country’s shore, and four months on, we’re still feeling its effects. This March, Men’s Health shares the stories of artist AG Sao, engineer Paul Cabacungan, entrepreneur Joel Caminade, social worker Mon Corpuz, and the reporters of Rappler.com – who all have witnessed the super typhoon’s aftermath.