We covered the blogs for the ladies
, now here without further ado is a brief overview of some really informative, well designed men's fitness blogs; online content that will have you recommitting to your New Years resolutions father than you can say 'darling what would you like for Valentines Day?' Because yes, that's another hurdle that's just around the corner.
We covered the blogs for the ladies, now here without further ado is a brief overview of some really informative, well designed men's fitness blogs; online content that will have you recommitting to your New Years resolutions father than you can say 'darling what would you like for Valentines Day?' Because yes, that's another hurdle that's just around the corner.
MARK’S DAILY APPLE
Mark Sisson is 63 years old. He looks about 35 and his healthy physique on the homepage is inspiration alone before even delving into this blog. Mark lives and works in Malibu, California (of course he does) and founded the blog in 2006. He is a former distance runner, triathlete and Ironman competitor. His blog includes musings on health, nutrition, fitness, the health industry and the low-carb, paleo, Primal lifestyle.
THE EVERYDAY MAN
Chic, elegant - an interface to die for and there's way more than just fitness to keep you entertained; music, art and fashion, and all at the hipster end of the demographic. If you're a Monocle reading lover of Mr Porter - this is a blog for you.
With all kinds of plaudits behind him, Nick Mitchell is a fitness expert at the seriously committed end of the spectrum. His blog is nothing if not an oeuvre to what can be achieved when you mix awareness of the scientific truths behind training ('the art of scientific body control'), to a little motivational green juice. Reading it alone will make you feel pumped.
EARLY TO RISE
This fitness blog and online store deserves plaudits aplenty for its excellent range of posts. Editor Craig Ballantyne, a contributing author to Men’s Health magazine, created the blog. Features focus on personal development, wealth (and how to create it) as well as the lifestyle choices that will make you a definitively better person (we hope).
Becoming a first time father is not without its challenges but Paul Stainthorpe turned these into the motivators for his comprehensive blog. He's seemingly covered all the angles with posts on supplements, quitting smoking not to mention his genial advice for the legions of fathers who have let themselves go slightly. Now there really is no excuse.
MEN'S HEALTH FORUM
OK, so the Men’s Health Forum isn’t a blog but this self-proclaimed 'centre of excellence' focuses on the most important of topics; why men's health in the UK is generally so poor. This independent charity and online magazine is dedicated to turning this around through lobbying the powers that be, developing 'innovative best practice projects' and generally casting an all seeing eye on the areas of men's health so often brushed under the carpet.
Updated January 2017