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40 Foods with Superpowers

Popping a daily multivitamin might be worthwhile as "health insurance," but let's face it: Eating real food is a lot more fun than gobbling supplements. Besides, you can get most, if not all, of the nutrients essential to good health by selecting the right combination of foods. You just have to …

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The 20 Best Running Songs of All-Time

Head outdoors, hit the pavement, and press play<p><b>1. Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run</b>No man has ever been as adept as The Boss at capturing the feeling of escape in rock music. Propelled by the ace rhythm section of the E-Street Band, “Born to Run” is Springsteen’s most enduring anthem—a call to arms …

No-Weights, No-Problem Workout

Stay on-plan for your fitness goals—even when your gym's far away<p>Sometimes, life doesn't allow you to have access to a gym or even a good set of weights—when you're on vacation, perhaps, or serving 20 in solitary. But you can use nature's best barbell—your own body. In fact, many athletes use their …

Muscles in a Bottle?

The bottom line on over-the-counter supplements<p>"Get jacked!" "Get pumped!" "Gain 7 pounds in 7 days!" Walk into any vitamin store and you'll get the idea that you can be cut like an Abercrombie & Fitch model in no time. Protein powders compete for shelf space with muscle enhancers and testosterone …

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Save Your Heart in 5 Steps

Dodge this leading killer with advice from the top heart doctors in the country<p>Your head throbs after a night in Vegas. Your joints ache after a 10K. But your heart? You’re less likely to realize something’s wrong until something’s <i>really, really</i> wrong. And that’s troubling, given that …

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Beat Your Chest Hair

And why stop there? We have the tips and tools you need to tame the savage jungle all over your body<p>Back<p><b>Tools:</b> Hair clipper, handheld mirror<b>Upkeep:</b> Every 3 to 4 weeks (or whenever your girlfriend starts making gorilla jokes)<p>If you have a willing girlfriend, set a hair trimmer on the lowest setting …

Gerard Butler's First Rule: There Are No Rules

A decade ago, Gerard Butler traded a law career for an acting class. The decision changed his life. More important, it changed the man

Why It's Hard to Gain Weight: Four Rules to Building Muscle

Are you the guy who’s always being overpowered on the field? Are you the pick-up game’s last pick? Have you been grinding out hard work in the gym …

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Hugh Jackman: No more Mr. Nice Guy

5 Ways Your Workout Can Kill You<p>Attention-Seeking Guy From New Jersey Paddleboards to Meeting in a Suit<p>Lifting Slow and Steady May Help You Make More …

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Grow to Great Lengths

The cold months are perfect for growing out your hair. Give her something she can run her fingers through, with these tips from stylist Simon Miller<p>TIMING<p>Start growing out your hair in early winter, when cooler weather prevents a sweaty head. Hair grows about half an inch a month, so you'll have …

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Double Your Gains

Save time by doing two moves in one<p>If you want two results from a workout—more muscle and less flab—you need a circuit that forces you to multitask. With this one, you're doing a metabolically demanding move with one part of your body while performing a static dumbbell hold for a common problem …

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The Challenging Muscle-Blasting Pushup

A new twist on a classic Rocky move<p>You’ve probably tried the explosive pushup before as a “clapping pushup” thanks to Rocky (and every other boxing movie released in the past 30 years). But here’s what you may not know about the move: You don’t need to clap, and you don’t need to do 100 in a row to …

Boost Your Bench

To press more weight, shore up your weak points<p>To rack up big numbers on the bench, get down on the ground. The floor press—an exercise that’s similar to the bench press, but performed on the floor—is a key exercise for improving your bench press and building bigger guns.<p>You have a shorter range of …