Ask any endurance athlete his beef with sports nutrition products and he'll tell you they tend to be sickly sweet. Citrusy drinks, chocolate goo, and fruity beans are tolerable for the first dozen miles but can turn revolting in the final stretch—just when you need energy to power through the finish line.
For your next race or intense training session, try an ancient fueling
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Pickles Pair Perfect With Long Workouts and Races
Since 1978, the Environmental Protection Agency has called upon the expertise of independent leading scientists and researchers from around the country to provide advice and expertise when making regulatory decisions. Once appointed, the experts sit on the Science Advisor Board (SAB), which is
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: The EPA Doesn’t Want Advice From Scientists Who Have Received Money From the EPA
In "Thank You For Your Service," Director Jason Hall Vividly Explores What It's Like to Return From War
Jason Hall earned an Oscar nomination for Best Screenplay after penning the script for American Sniper, based on the life of decorated Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle. The movie, starring Bradley Cooper as Kyle, was lauded as a powerful portrait of a national hero and an insight into the sacrifices made by those who have served in the Middle East. But in Hall’s opinion, the story of our
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: In "Thank You For Your Service," Director Jason Hall Vividly Explores What It's Like to Return From War
Todd Snyder and Timex are continuing their watch collaboration with the Reissue Collection. The menswear purveyor and the watchmaker have joined forces to re-release the designs they've worked on together over the past year and a half: the two brands started their highly successful partnership in February 2016.
Two of the new pieces adapt the Mod and Military style Timex timepieces,
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Todd Snyder and Timex Are Re-Issuing Their Watch Collaborations
The National Park Service has decided to drop $98,000 in funding that was slated to go to a project that would have honored the Black Panther Party. The decision was made after the Fraternal Order of Police voiced to President Donald Trump their disapproval of the arrangement.
According to a PBS News Hour
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: National Parks Pull Black Panther Project Money After Police Groups Complain
You may want to put the tofu down, at least if you’re hoping it will help keep your heart healthy. On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration released a proposal that questions the link between soy protein and a reduced risk of heart disease.
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Can Tofu Prevent Heart Disease? FDA isn't So Sure Anymore.
Blood Meridian—Cormac McCarthy’s fifth, and arguably greatest, novel, about a band of scalp hunters along the Texas–Mexico border—contains, without a doubt, some of the most gruesome, troubling scenes in all American literature. Dead babies hang from tree limbs. A man wears a necklace made of human ears. A teenager is grotesquely murdered in an outhouse. But I’d make the case that,
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: The Frightening Real-Life Murders That Inspired Cormac McCarthy’s Spookiest Novel
When Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live in 2015, shortly after labeling Mexican immigrants as “rapists” and “criminals” on the campaign trail, some pissed-off dissidents projected his silhouette on 30 Rock alongside the words “Donald, Eres Un Pendejo.” Which loosely translates to, “Donald, you’re a butthole.”
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Why is a Brash Mezcal Brand Taking a Shot at Politics?
When Eugene Hütz was a kid, he thought the euphoric feeling he got from running was simply “magic.”
Hütz, frontman for gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello, eventually became aware that it was his endorphins making him feel all tingly. Ever since he got that first rush, he’s spent his whole life staying physical to mimic it. From
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Gogol Bordello's Eugene Hütz Gets High Off Rocking and Running
On Monday, legendary mountaineer and climber Fred Beckey passed away quietly at home in Seattle, Washington. He was 94.
According to partner Megan Bond, the two were planning a trip to the Himalayas the following year. “He had a lot more to do," she told Outside. "He had a
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Legendary Climber and Mountaineer Fred Beckey Dies at 94
On the evening of October 27th, beach goers in West Wales got a many tentacled surprise.
Those hanging at the local beaches on the Friday evening were joined by more than two dozen of what BBC News called "curled octopuses." A local dolphin tour guide named Brett Stones said the scene was a
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Dozens of Octopuses Take to Land in Wales, But No One Knows Why
Four short months ago living surf legend Kelly Slater broke his foot while riding in South Africa. On October 30th, he once again paddled into natural waves.
The World Surf League uploaded video to their Instagram of Slater hitting New Jersey's Atlantic Ocean waves hard.
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Kelly Slater Crushed First Natural Waves Since Breaking His Foot
Hulu users are going to experience a number of streaming shake ups come November 2017. The service will offer up some original series including new ones like Marvel's Runaways and the sci-fi show Future Man. At the end of the month many titles will be departing, including a number of selections that will bum out big Dennis Quaid fans.
Check them all out
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: What's Coming and Going From Hulu in November 2017
The woman was standing at the bend in the road, smiling. This surprised Guillaume Calmettes. It was pouring rain in the middle of the night on a country highway in central Tennessee. He had turned off his headlamp because the reflection of the light against the deluge of droplets created a blinding white wall.
Calmettes didn’t really question why the woman was out here. He had run
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Meet the Winner of the World’s Cruelest Ultramarathon
November 2017 will be great for Men In Black fans on Netflix. Not so much for How I Met Your Mother diehards.
The streaming giant will see the arrival of Jim Carrey's behind-the-scenes documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, on the creation of his Andy Kaufman biopic. Netflix will also debut its original Punisher series as a continuation of its
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: What's Coming and Going From Netflix in November 2017
There are places where you just shouldn’t be able to ski: across busy intersections, over school busses, on the back of a tow truck. Apparently pro freeskier Tom Wallisch doesn’t know this. If there’s a tiny amount of snow blanketing his surroundings (or sometimes, even if there’s not), Wallisch can turn it into a run.
He does so in an astounding new video released by The North Face and
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Watch: The North Face Just Released a Mesmerizing Urban Skiing Short Film
If you can’t beat them, own them. The alcohol industry is about to start buying up cannabis brands, and a first major purchase was announced this morning.
Constellation Brands, one of the major alcohol corporations and the owner of Corona, High West Whiskey, Svedka Vodka and others, has purchased a 9.9 percent stake in Canadian medicinal marijuana seller Canopy Growth Corp,
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: The Maker of Corona, Svedka and High West Just Bought Into Marijuana Distribution
The iconic newsman and author of the new book What Unites Us talks about digging ditches, staying humble, and his infamous Ratherisms.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
Professionally, the best advice was from Hugh Cunningham, who was my journal- ism teacher. He said, “Never let them scare you.” If you’re going to be a
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Life Advice From Dan Rather
Patton Oswalt has edited a gift box collection of 13 scary stories that you can purchase just in time for Halloween, and if you want to read great horror, we suggest you do just that.
Oswalt, a noted horror and dystopian fiction aficionado (you should read his memoir Zombie
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Patton Oswalt Edited a Scary Story Collection For Your Halloween Horror Reading
A Milwaukee-area man popped into his local Kwik Trip to purchase some beer, but the got locked in the walk-in fridge. Instead of making a racket to get someone's attention, the 38-year-old just popped some cold ones.
According to the Milwaukee Journal
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Man Gets Locked in Beer Cooler Overnight, Decides to Have Some Beverages