Pretty good for fitness ideas.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, July 18, 2013
Submitted by: Miked from sewell, nj
The magazine is good but too too many advertisements.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, January 31, 2012
Submitted by: Coach from Dallas, TX
"Men's Fitness is a Must Read on Male Optimal Fitness"
Men's Fitness has made it realistic to become a better me at 61. Men's Fitness equals a little Solomon like wisdom on fitness plus a little Samson like muscle-mass directions.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, April 19, 2011
Submitted by: Man
This magazine was more on body building than health issues. I was disappointed as at 65 I'm more interested in healthy lifestyles.
This fitness magazine is a waste of money
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, March 8, 2011
Submitted by: js from Scituate, MA
The magazine is nothing more than a collection of ads for a smorgashboard of products. The fitness info seems to be an afterthought.
Not for me
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, February 24, 2010
Submitted by: MIKE H from st louis, mo
Maybe I'm just getting too old for this stuff, but maybe not. This magazine is geared toward the very young bachelor, which is fine for them, of course--not for me. Hey--you have to find your audience. At 50, many of the exercises are not helpful and the diet suggestions are ho-hum and kind of DUH. I don't want to be ripped anymore. By this time, I figure if I'm not, I won't be. And who the heck can exercise as suggested, work and play, too? Good for gym rats only.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, December 9, 2009
Submitted by: C.
There is occasional good information, but for the most part it is saturated with ads for weight loss/protein/creatine supplements. Might as well call it "Ads for Fitness"
The Tabloid of Fitness Magazines
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, November 3, 2009
Submitted by: Mike from Boston, MA
This magazine is entertaining to read, but lacks quality information. The products that are reviewed are bogus, and they always receive sparkling reviews. This is like the tabloid of fitness magazines. Mens Health has much more useful fitness information, and product reviews in it. I guess you get what you pay for.
That being said, Men's Fitness is entertaining to read. It's good material to read on an airplane or a waiting room.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, March 25, 2009
Submitted by: Rob
Wish I never subscribed..This mag has way too many ads. Sometimes u think your reading a good article just to find out at the end it was just another add.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, February 3, 2009
Submitted by: ku_fan from wichita, ks
Enjoy it alot
Ten year subscriber
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, December 23, 2008
Submitted by: Dan from Downingtown, PA
Men's fitness offers tons of ideas to help men eat wisely and exercise properly. Since everyone is different you have to pick and choose what you want to try. Don't try doing everything!
waste of money
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, December 3, 2008
Submitted by: Bob
Men's Fitness needs a shape up
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, November 29, 2008
Submitted by: El from Miami, Fl
I confused this megazine with Men's Health. This magazine has WAY too many ads, I was confused on what was an article and what was an add. Sub par and lacking. It would be okay if it was a free mag.
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, December 8, 2007
Submitted by: Cor
This magazine had some good stuff in it. However there were too many advertisements for body building supplements. The articles on sex were horrible and disgusting. Men should feel embarrased if they actually listen to some of that stuff. One such article was how to date multiple women at the same time. stupid...
very good health knowledge
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, August 22, 2007
Submitted by: lynn from 48033, mi
very good magazine.
This really IS the best fitness magazine
A review of Men's Fitness Magazine, July 12, 2007
Submitted by: A.J.
As a stalwart subscriber to the series for two years, I can say -- with confidence -- that Men's Fitness has the most pleasing balance of excercise techniques, diet regimen, and fashion tips in the industry, considerably outstripping the likes of GQ and FHM. The Editor's Note in particular is a great way to begin each issue as well as psyche yourself into the next round at the gym.