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Men's Journal Magazine

Geared toward the modern, active man who's into health, fitness, sports and travel, Men's Journal will appeal to those who enjoy their leisure time and want to get the most out of it. Men's Journal features articles on cutting-edge fitness, health and travel for adventurous men. In each issue you'll discover tips, guides, and expert advice on fitness, gear, style, grooming and more as well as in depth articles on travel, food and drink, cars, and adventure.

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This magazine covers areas that you wouldn't expect , It educates you as well . Life is not only about the fine things but of reality and how things happens. I'am new to mens journal and I never expected it to be so much of my intrest, I think the journalist and others who took part in this magazine did a great job.

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Qoute of the year - By Capt. Bligh in Rhode Island


Steve Nash's comment "celebrity is to keep boring people from their nothingness" is awsome. It goes right along with another saying I found online one day "Great people discuss ideas, average people discuss events, ignorant people discuss people." How about profiling the everyday hard working guy next door. He may not be trying to lead an NBA team to a Championship, but I bet he's got an interesting story to tell. Thanks for writing such a great magazine.