6 Very Good Reasons to Pick up the December Issue of Men's Health

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6 Reasons to Pick up our December Issue

You don’t need us to tell you that our cover star, Jonathan Majors, is in incredible shape. You might recognise him from his Marvel debut as “He Who Remains” – a variant of the supervillain Kang the Conqueror – in the Loki season finale... a role he’ll reprise in 2023. Or perhaps you know him from the trailers for Creed III, in which he plays boxer Damian Anderson. Either way, you can expect to see a lot more of him.

In our new issue, Majors discusses his hardcore training regimen, relentless work ethic… and aversion to using fake weights on set. (“I haven’t been training for the past three months to get here and use Styrofoam,” he tells MH. “Put these fucking weights on so we can lift it, so you can shoot it, so I can tell the story!”)

Find all that and more in our December issue, on sale now. Or subscribe today – from just £3 for your first three months – to ensure you never miss a copy.

Jonathan Majors: The Method Man

Majors has risen from indie standout to blockbuster villain in the Marvel and Rocky cinematic universes. None of it – the acclaim, the fame, nor the physique – came without a fight, which is exactly how he likes it.

Next Year’s Biggest Fitness Trends

It’s that time of year again, when MH gazes into its crystal ball – or, rather, calls upon a roster of industry insiders – to compile a definitive list of the health and fitness trends set to change the game in the months to come. Take note, this is how you’re going to be shaping up.

6 Sandwiches to Help You Out of a Lunch Rut

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, the sandwich is a culinary institution that needs defending. Portable, economical and incomparably satisfying, a judiciously filled butty will knock any Buddha bowl into a cocked hat. Just don’t think we’re talking about plain old cheese and onion here...

In At the Deep End with Tenoch Huerta

When Mexican actor Tenoch Huerta was offered a career-defining Wakanda Forever, he knew he had just five months to get role as ocean-dwelling warrior Namor in Marvel’s in the shape of his life. His plan? Dive right in.

It Starts with Asking for Help

Eight years ago, author Kevin Braddock suffered a depressive episode so severe it made living feel almost intolerable. Now, aged 50, not only has he mined many of his anxieties, he recently qualified as a psychotherapist to help others transform their mental health. So, if he could speak to his former self now, what would he say? These are his hard-won insights – they might just help you, too.

28 New Year Fitness Goals

Do you train? Or do you simply exercise? It’s not a trick question – but there’s a difference between working towards a goal and going through the motions. To give your routine a shot in the arm for 2023, we’ve picked out 28 worthwhile targets. Choose the ones that appeal most and let them fuel your efforts.

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