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Men's Health Live

By Entertainment Right Now

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Description

MEN'S HEALTH LIVE, from the pages of the world's largest and most comprehensive Men's magazine. Offering "tons of useful stuff" in an audio format, MEN'S HEALTH LIVE is THE men's guide to fitness, sex, women, workouts, weight loss, health, nutrition and muscle building. Men's Health editor Peter Moore and contributing editor Gregg Stebben talk health, fitness, nutrition, gender mind-benders, beer, guy news, sports, food, and “stuff that makes us laugh.” Each weekly broadcast brings men information to help them look good, feel great and take control of their lives.

Customer Reviews

Not Good

I find the two hosts obnoxious in their contrived banter. The episode covers all the parts of an issue of Men's Health that I'm not interested in. I like workout/nutrition/health information and this podcast is about swear words, bathroom stuff, and very unhealthy peanut butter sandwiches. These two guys seem like corny dad-types without any of the redeeming factors of Phil Dumphy from Modern Family. I subscribe to the magazine as an early 30s single guy who loves to improve my fitness and overall nutrition. This podcast/radio show does absolutely nothing to enhance my interest in Men's Health.

Sounds like a couple of my uncles trying to be hip--

The banter between the hosts is very cheesy - not funny or entertaining at all.

Sort of reminds me of those awkward uncles we all have who are desperately trying to come off as 'hip' but uses catch phrases from the 90's and wears their pants up to their belly buttons.

I've been reading MH for 11 year now, and am dissapointed in how horribly this is produced - I mean come on guys, get some better mics and get into a recording booth- sounds like you're doing it out of your mom's garage.

Great podcast

I've been listening to this podcast since it launched a while ago and find it both entertaining and informative. Keep up the good work!

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