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Men's Health Live

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  • July 19, 2014 | FULL SHOW | #82

    Jul 21, 2014 | 43 min
    Segment 1: Why You Should Fast You can indulge later: Peter joins Gregg from Nice, France, and talks about how he taught his French host family about his "8-Hour Diet." He says he's skipping pastries at breakfast so he can indulge later in the day with big meals, and even a beer at lunch. Segment 2: Legal Weed 4-1-1 on getting high: MH Writer Joel Warner talks from his home in Denver about the changes he's seen there now that weed is legal. He says there are big differences between how pot and alcohol affect you, and about how marijuana can affect some people differently than others. Segment 3: Porn Report Why we like to watch: MH witer Laura Tedesco talks about her work studying years of so...
  • Better motor oil? | SEGMENT 7 | #80

    Jul 13, 2014 | 9 min
    Saves gas, saves engine: Gregg was at the Grand Prix of Houston talking with Shanna Simmons from Pennzoil about how they now make motor oil for your car from natural gas, which gives your car better gas mileage, better performance, and better protection for your engine.
  • Celebrate the French | SEGMENT 6 | #80

    Jul 13, 2014 | 7 min
    Peter tells us why: Peter talks about experiencing patriotic moments from France this week, including watching the USMNT-Belgium match and celebrating the Fourth of July. He says that he loves America, but shares a few reasons why he's a fan of France, too
  • July 12, 2014 | FULL SHOW | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 43 min
    Segment 1: NSFW Stories from MH Read these at home: Gregg and MH Editor Andrew Daniels chat about the biggest stories this week on MensHealth.com, which include a lot of NSFW stories like one with a lot of photos of cleavage from different angles and ways to enhance your sex life. Segment 2: Found Suitcase of Cash Can I keep it?: MH Writer Steve Calechman talks about clich?d catastrophes that happen in movies and on TV shows like finding a suitcase full of cash, and he tells us what we'd have to do if one of these situations actually happened to us . Segment 3: Drop Pounds Fast But still indulge: MH Writer Maria Masters says we need to think about weight loss as a marathon, not a sprint. She...
  • NSFW Stories from MH | SEGMENT 1 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 7 min
    Read these at home: Gregg and MH Editor Andrew Daniels chat about the biggest stories this week on MensHealth.com, which include a lot of NSFW stories like one with a lot of photos of cleavage from different angles and ways to enhance your sex life.
  • Found Suitcase of Cash | SEGMENT 2 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 6 min
    Can I keep it?: MH Writer Steve Calechman talks about clich?d catastrophes that happen in movies and on TV shows like finding a suitcase full of cash, and he tells us what we'd have to do if one of these situations actually happened to us.
  • Drop Pounds Fast | SEGMENT 3 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 8 min
    But still indulge: MH Writer Maria Masters says we need to think about weight loss as a marathon, not a sprint. She says we shouldn't deprive ourselves, and tells us how to make calories count.
  • Wheelchair Etiquette | SEGMENT 4 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 10 min
    What to say/not say: MH Intern Alex Gardner, who's been in a wheelchair since he was very young, says he doesn't see his wheelchair as something that holds him back because it allows him to be independent. He tells us how to feel at ease if we're nervous about offending someone with a disability.
  • Learn to Use Ropes | SEGMENT 5 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 7 min
    For a killer workout: John Brookfield, creator of the original battling-ropes system, says the workout was inspired by the powerful, relentless movement of water. He tells us how we can use ropes as part of a powerful workout to build strength.
  • Viva la French Women! | SEGMENT 6 | #81

    Jul 12, 2014 | 7 min
    Because they bare all: Peter says that France treasures, reveres, and shows off the female form. He talks about his first experience with a French woman and nudity when he was a kid, and salutes the French for understanding that both beauty and brains should be saluted.
  • Runner's High | SEGMENT 5 | #80

    Jul 12, 2014 | 8 min
    Is it real?: Greg Gerdeman, Ph.D., Professor of Biology at Eckerd College, explains how running makes you high. He says it's similar to the way exercise boosts your self-esteem, and says tailoring exercise regimes to different psychological or emotional issues could soon be recommended.
  • Fashion Sneakers | SEGMENT 4 | #80

    Jul 11, 2014 | 8 min
    How to wear them: MH Fashion Editor Dan Michel says that sneakers aren't just for the gym anymore. He says you can wear them just about anywhere, like on a date or even to the office--just not to a wedding or funeral.
  • Hot Summer Dates | SEGMENT 3 | #80

    Jul 10, 2014 | 8 min
    A date she never forgets: MH Writer Laura Tedesco offers guys ideas for summer dates that women will love. She says a two-phased date, like rock climbing followed by barbecue, works the best because it gives you two dates in one.
  • Prevent Puking | SEGMENT 2 | #80

    Jul 9, 2014 | 6 min
    Don't spill your guts: MH Writer Cindy Kuzma chats about how bacteria, viruses and parasites can make you especially sick in the summer, and ruin a picnic or day at the beach. She talks about why you should keep raw food separate from cooked food when you've got food outside, and also explains why it's important to keep all mayonnaise-based foods in the cooler, and why you should make sure the cooler is always kept in the shade.
  • Unplug on July 4 | SEGMENT 1 | #80

    Jul 8, 2014 | 7 min
    Leave phone at home: Peter and Gregg chat with MensHealth.com Editor Andrew Daniels, who talks about why people use their cell phones more when they're on vacation. He suggests that you unplug this Independence Day by setting aside 30 minutes in the morning to catch up on emails and calls, then leave the phone behind on on airplane mode.
  • July 5, 2014 | FULL SHOW | #80

    Jul 8, 2014 | 43 min
    Segment 1: Unplug on July 4 Leave phone at home: Peter and Gregg chat with MensHealth.com Editor Andrew Daniels, who talks about why people use their cell phones more when they're on vacation. He suggests that you unplug this Independence Day by setting aside 30 minutes in the morning to catch up on emails and calls, then leave the phone behind on on airplane mode. Segment 2: Prevent Puking Don't spill your guts: MH Writer Cindy Kuzma chats about how bacteria, viruses and parasites can make you especially sick in the summer, and ruin a picnic or day at the beach. She talks about why you should keep raw food separate from cooked food when you've got food outside, and also explains why it's im...
  • June 28, 2014 | FULL SHOW | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 43 min
    Segment 1: You need a robot? Peter has one now...: Peter and Gregg chat about Peter's upcoming month-long trip to France for a digital media program, and his replacement in the office; a Beam Telepresence robot. It will roll around the offices of Men's Health to participate in meetings and talk to colleagues for him. Segment 2: Dangers of Drowning Men, we are at risk: A MH Writer says that men drown at a much higher rate than women, and that's especially true for guys in the 15-24 age range. Listen to find out why. Segment 3: Pick A World Cup Winner Use this trick: George Quraishi, founder and editor of Howler magazine, talks about how time zones are affecting play in the World Cup. He says ...
  • You need a robot? | SEGMENT 1 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 7 min
    Peter has one now...: Peter and Gregg chat about Peter's upcoming month-long trip to France for a digital media program, and his replacement in the office; a Beam Telepresence robot. It will roll around the offices of Men's Health to participate in meetings and talk to colleagues for him.
  • Dangers of Drowning | SEGMENT 2 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 7 min
    Men, we are at risk: A MH Writer says that men drown at a much higher rate than women, and that's especially true for guys in the 15-24 age range. Listen to find out why.
  • Pick A World Cup Winner | SEGMENT 3 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 8 min
    Use this trick: George Quraishi, founder and editor of Howler magazine, talks about how time zones are affecting play in the World Cup. He says there's been a change in play this year, with more action and scoring, but gives us one easy way to predict who will win.
  • Don't Over Analyze Your Life | SEGMENT 4 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 8 min
    Get outside your head: Ed Stafford of the Discovery Channel's Marooned says that when you're stranded on an island without food, water, and clothes, your own mind can be your biggest enemy. He says it's important not to get inside your own head too much, and gives us a few tips for staying level-headed when it matters most.
  • What's an "Urbanathlon"? | SEGMENT 5 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 8 min
    Jump over taxis: Noah Rolland of TRX talks about the training program TRX developed for the city-based Urbanathlon (http://www.menshealthurbanathlon.com/) in Chicago, San Francisco, and New York. He explains about why TRX gear is perfectly-suited to the obstacles scattered throughout the Urbanathlon courses.
  • Screw Jet Lag | SEGMENT 6 | #79

    Jun 28, 2014 | 7 min
    And get laid: An MH Writer shares the best tips to avoid feeling run down on the runway. She says one tip from her survey of 860 airline pilots is to have sex as soon as you land. Then she explains why it works.
  • June 21, 2014 | FULL SHOW | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 49 min
    Segment 1: Boost Your Libido Have hotter sex: Mh editor Andrew Daniels joins us to talk about ways to boost your libido, based on tips he got from MH Sex Professor Debby Herbenick, Ph.D. She says lots of guys go through times where they're simply uninterested in sex, and Andrew talks about how to work through it. Segment 2: Violent Video Games Are they dangerous?: MH Writer Tom McGrath talks about the connection between video games and mass shootings; he says there's research that shows a direct link to real-life violence. Tom gives a few tips for monitoring your kids' screen time and behavior. Segment 3: Big Home-Improvement Tip Don't always DIY: Carter Oosterhouse, host of HGTV's Celebrity...
  • Boost Your Libido | SEGMENT 1 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 6 min
    Have hotter sex: MH Editor Andrew Daniels joins us to talk about ways to boost your libido, based on tips he got from MH Sex Professor Debby Herbenick, Ph.D. She says lots of guys go through times where they're simply uninterested in sex, and Andrew talks about how to work through it.
  • Violent Video Games | SEGMENT 2 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 7 min
    Are they dangerous?: MH Writer Tom McGrath talks about the connection between video games and mass shootings; he says there's research that shows a direct link to real-life violence. Tom gives a few tips for monitoring your kids' screen time and behavior.
  • Big Home-Improvement Tip | SEGMENT 3 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 8 min
    Don't always DIY: Carter Oosterhouse, host of HGTV's Celebrity Motor Homes and author of Carter's Way, says you need to know which home improvement projects you can do yourself, and when it's smart to get outside help.
  • Smoothie Scorecard | SEGMENT 4 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 8 min
    How to pick healthiest: MH Nutrition Advisor Mike Roussell, Ph.D., says smoothies are a quick and easy way to pack in nutrition, but may store-bought options are often loaded with calories and sugar. Even though Roussell says your best smoothie bet is to make one at home, he shares a few tips for choosing a healthy one on the go.
  • Kettlebell Tips | SEGMENT 5 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 8 min
    How to use them right: Pavel Tsatsouline, head of StrongFirst.com and author of "Kettlebells: Simple and Sinister", says that training with the ancient Russian weapon is more of a martial arts or athletic practice than a workout. He explains how using kettlebells is different than getting a traditional workout, and he explains how to use them right.
  • Make Meetings Suck Less | SEGMENT 6 | #78

    Jun 21, 2014 | 7 min
    Are yours yawners?: MH Assistant Editor Lila Battis says that many of us schedule tons of unnecessary meetings; and she explains how to make your meetings more productive.
  • Men's Health at NYIAS | FULL SHOW | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 43 min
    We're broadcasting live from the show floor of the New York International Auto Show. Tune in for the latest car debuts, industry news, and connected car technology. Segment #1:All-new Acura TLX - new and improved; Segment #2: With new Subaru Outback, you can ditch your car keys; Segment #3:The all-new Lincoln MKC--the car that greets you; Segment #4: Re-think electric cars, because Caddy gets it right; Segment #5: Maserati CEO asks: Are you man enough?; Segment #6: Sure, you can talk to your car - but will it listen?
  • New Subaru Outback | SEGMENT 2 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 6 min
    Ditch your car keys: Dominick Infante from Subaru says you don’t have to worry about carrying bulky keys with you on your runs anymore. He explains why the new Subaru Outback is designed with an active, outdoorsy driver in mind.
  • All-new Acura TLX | SEGMENT 1 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 7 min
    New and improved: Peter, Gregg and senior editor Eric Adams join us live from the New York Auto Show. Matt Hargett from Acura talks about the all-new Acura TLX, and highlights what sets it apart from its predecessors.
  • All-new Lincoln MKC | SEGMENT 3 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 8 min
    The car that greets you: Dan Brady from Lincoln talks about the all-new 2015 Lincoln MKC, and why the welcoming "approach detection" feature sets it apart from other luxury vehicles.
  • Maserati CEO asks...| SEGMENT 5 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 8 min
    Are you man enough?: Maserati CEO Harald Wester chats about why Maseratis are set apart from other luxury cars. Wester says that there’s texture, colors, and even glitter found in the Maserati, and explains what type of customer reacts to those qualities.
  • Re-think Electric Cars | SEGMENT 4 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 9 min
    Caddy gets it right: Uwe Ellinghaus from Cadillac talks about why it’s a big mistake to think that electric cars are just for treehuggers. He tells us why it’s a huge misconception that cars with an electric drivetrain are made purely for environmentalists.
  • Talk to Your Car | SEGMENT 6 | #71

    Apr 21, 2014 | 7 min
    But will it listen?: Peter talks about what grabbed his attention at the New York Auto Show--cars he could communicate with. He tells us why voice commands stand out to him as an auto feature.
  • FULL SHOW | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 50 min
    Segment #1: Happy Wife, Happy Life -- Cliché, or True?; Segment #2: Wear jeans to work? If so, follow these tips; Segment #3: Best Jeans for Men -- No Mom Jeans; Segment #4: Interview with Designer Kenneth Cole; Segment #5: Risky Business Move -- Stand Up for Something; Segment #6: She wants you to watch, so sit back and enjoy the show; Segment #7: Peter’s Obamacare Rant (all about haves and have-nots)
  • Happy Wife, Happy Life | SEGMENT 1 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 6 min
    Cliché, or true?: Gregg says several people have told him over the past week, "Happy wife, happy life," and he asks Peter if he thinks it’s true.
  • Wear Jeans to Work? | SEGMENT 2 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 7 min
    Follow these tips: MH Executive Fashion Director Brian Boyé talks about why so many people wear jeans more often and to more places than ever before. Brian explains the difference between work jeans and weekend jeans.
  • Best Jeans for Men | SEGMENT 3 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 8 min
    No mom jeans!: MH executive fashion director Brian Boyé says that jeans are the most democratic item in any man’s closet, because nearly every man has a pair. He also explains why you don’t need to pay too much attention to the price tag when shopping for a new pair.
  • Designer Kenneth Cole | SEGMENT 4 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 6 min
    Ultimate MH guy?: Designer Kenneth Cole, sponsor of the "Ultimate Men’s Health Guy" search (http://mhguysearch.com/), explains why he thinks the contest is a great way for guys to redefine themselves as men.
  • Risky Business Move | SEGMENT 5 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 10 min
    Stand up for something: Designer Kenneth Cole, sponsor of the "Ultimate Men’s Health Guy" search (http://mhguysearch.com/), talks about how he’s always embraced the idea that it’s important to stand for something, such as his first AIDS campaign in 1985. He shares why this was a risky, yet gratifying thing to do as a young businessman just starting out.
  • She Wants You to Watch | SEGMENT 6 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 7 min
    Enjoy the show: In this web exclusive, writer Anna Davies thrills Peter and Gregg with stories about women and exhibitionism. She explains how men and women have different fantasies, and why that makes your girlfriend want to show off a little.
  • Peter’s Obamacare Rant | SEGMENT 7 | #70

    Apr 12, 2014 | 7 min
    Haves and have-nots: Peter talks about the Affordable Care Act, and why he’s ticked off about it. He says it pisses him off that most of the people who oppose the plan have never gone a day without healthcare, and then shares what he was pleased to find out after the enrollment deadline.
  • Tragedy at Fort Hood | SEGMENT 7 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 6 min
    The real killer: Peter talks about the Fort Hood shooting on April 2, and how mental illness is just as much to blame as guns. He explains why men have a duty to themselves, and to others, to look into their mental health.
  • Worst Towns For Divorce | SEGMENT 6 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 6 min
    Do you live in one?: For this week's web exclusive we're speaking with MH editor Jerilyn Covert. She talks about which cities in the U.S. have the highest and lowest divorce rates. She says that Madison, WI and Pittsburgh, PA are two of the cities with the lowest number of divorces, and explains why it’s harder to split there.
  • Eat, Cheat, Win | SEGMENT 3 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 8 min
    You can do all three: Dr. Jordan Metzel, author of The Exercise Cure, shares his own tips for getting and staying in shape. He tells you why staying active is much more effective than restricting your diet.
  • Drink Beer, Drop Pounds | SEGMENT 2 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 6 min
    Drink in moderation: MH editor Ben Court talks about how to drink the beer you want and still lose your belly. Ben says that if you limit yourself to two drinks a night, or up to 14 a week, it can actually help you lose weight.
  • Fort Hood Shooting | SEGMENT 4 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 7 min
    Mental illness debate: A professor and former director of one of the VA’s PTSD clinics talks about the Fort Hood shooting on April 2, in which four people were killed and 16 injured. He tells us why it’s important not to link the shooting with PTSD, and why violence and mental illness aren’t always connected.
  • Pill Kills Sex Drive | SEGMENT 5 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 9 min
    Depressing effects: A writer talks about how the rate of use for antidepressants and other psychotropic drugs has gone up significantly in recent years, and explains how they’re negatively affecting our sex and relationships.
  • Ultimate Guy Challenge | SEGMENT 1 | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 7 min
    Land the cover of MH: MH Editor-in-Chief Bill Phillips joins us to talk about the Men’s Health Ultimate Guy challenge (http://www.mhguysearch.com/), where the winner will land the November cover. He says the star-studded panel, including Erin Andrews, Chris Cuomo, and Kenneth Cole, will have some tough decisions to make, and dishes on what he really wants to see in the November cover guy.
  • FULL SHOW | #69

    Apr 9, 2014 | 49 min
    Segment #1: Ultimate guy challenge -- how to land the cover of MH; Segment #2: Drink beer, drop pounds -- start by drinking in moderation; Segment #3: Eat, cheat, win - you can do all three; Segment #4: Fort Hood shooting -- and an important mental illness debate; Segment #5: Pill kills sex drive -- with depressing effects; Segment #6: Worst towns for divorce - do you live in one?; Segment #7: Tragedy at Fort Hood -- what’s the real killer?
  • Hot Dogs & Underdogs | SEGMENT 1 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 5 min
    Spring training is here: Peter chats with Gregg live from the Boston Red Sox spring training at Jet Blue Park in Ft. Meyers, Florida. He then bares all and reveals that the current status of the Red Sox give him hope that the Chicago Cubs can turn around their luck, too, and he shares just why he’s so drawn to the underdog.
  • Working Out & Sex | SEGMENT 2 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 8 min
    How to get more of both: MH editor Lila Battis talks about why women who work out have a better time in bed. She also explains how to suggest to your wife or girlfriend that she work out more, without offending her.
  • Are you a doctor? | SEGMENT 3 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 7 min
    M.D., PA, NP?: MH editor Julie Stewart explains the difference between physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners. She also talks about how to know when you really need to see an M.D. instead.
  • Virtual Reality & Sex | SEGMENT 4 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 7 min
    Sex glasses are here: Andrew Daniels from MensHealth.com, talks about Facebook’s $2 billion purchase of virtual-reality headset manufacturer Oculus. He and Gregg talk about how virtual reality can be used for sex (http://www.menshealth.com/techlust/5-ways-virtual-reality-becomes-awesome).
  • Tame Your Tension | SEGMENT 5 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 9 min
    You need to calm down: David Posen M.D. and author of "Is Work Killing You?", talks about why our stress levels are higher than ever. He also explains why stress is such a problem for your health.
  • Work Out With a Sandbag | SEGMENT 6 | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 7 min
    Burn more calories: MH editor Michael Easter talks about a recent study that found that sandbags provide a more effective workout than dumbbells. He explains how to use sandbags to increase intensity and help you build more muscle.
  • FULL SHOW | #68

    Mar 29, 2014 | 42 min
    Segment #1: Hot dogs Segment #2: Working out Segment #3: Are you a doctor? (Do you need a M.D., PA or NP?); Segment #4: Virtual reality Segment #5: Tame your tension - you need to calm down; Segment #6: Work out with a sandbag - burn more calories;
  • You! On MH’s cover!! | SEGMENT 1 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 8 min
    MH ultimate challenge: Gregg, Peter and publisher Ronan Gardiner chat about Men’s Health’s "Ultimate Guy Challenge" (http://www.mhguysearch.com), and Ronan explains that the winner of the contest will be featured on the cover of the November issue of Men’s Health.
  • Boost your breakfast | SEGMENT 2 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 5 min
    Here’s one simple rule: A sports dietitian explains why those who eat a healthy breakfast have lower body fat, body weight, and a better chance of getting good nutrition all day long. She shares an easy rule that makes it easy to choose a healthy breakfast cereal.
  • Banish stinky feet | SEGMENT 3 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 7 min
    Try this sock-trick: MH editor Dan Michel gives answers to the grossest, most embarrassing reader-submitted grooming questions. Yes, this includes two simple tricks to avoid stinky feet.
  • Lies we tell every day | SEGMENT 4 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 7 min
    Do you ever lie?: Andrew Daniels from MensHealth.com talks about a recent study that shows that we lie to each other between 10 and 200 times every day (http://www.menshealth.com/best-life/10-lies-you-hear-every-day). Andrew reveals some of the most common lies we tell.
  • Leftovers taste better | SEGMENT 5 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 9 min
    Save last night’s steak: Food Network star and author Alton Brown offers tips for how to make leftover meals taste better the second time around.
  • Time to quit your job? | SEGMENT 6 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 9 min
    Try freelance tricks: The research director from the Institute for the Future (http://www.iftf.org/home) talks about how emerging technologies make it much easier for guys to move into freelance, outside-the-office work.
  • MH changed his life | SEGMENT 7 | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 7 min
    How to be an MH guy: Peter talks about Men’s Health’s "Ultimate Guy Challenge" (http://www.mhguysearch.com), and offers himself up as Men’s Health’s ultimate test case of how great intel packaged in a great magazine, website and apps can change your life.
  • FULL SHOW | #67

    Mar 26, 2014 | 51 min
    Segment #1: You! On MH’s cover!! (It’s MH’s ultimate challenge); Segment #2: Boost your breakfast -- here’s one simple rule; Segment #3: Banish stinky feet - try this sock-trick; Segment #4: Lies we tell every day (Do you ever lie?); Segment #5: Leftovers taste better - save last night’s steak; Segment #6: Time to quit your job? (If so, try these freelance tricks); Segment #7: MH changed his life (How to be an MH guy)
  • MEN’S HEALTH contest | SEGMENT 1 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 5 min
    Model for Men’s Health: Gregg and Peter chat about Men’s Health's contest called "The Ultimate Guy Challenge" at (http://www.mhguysearch.com/). The prize? The winner will be featured on the cover of the November 2014 issue of Men’s Health.
  • Eat. Better. Beef. | SEGMENT 2 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 8 min
    Where’s your meat from? Guy Gourmet author and MH editor Paul Kita talks about visiting a farm that raises organic, antibiotic-free, grass-fed cattle, and then bringing that meat home to cook. He shares how knowing where your meat is from impacts the taste of your meal.
  • Get the cheapest flight | SEGMENT 3 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 8 min
    A low-cost getaway: The CEO of CheapAir.com gives tips on how and when to book a flight, to get the best prices.
  • Are you a liar? | SEGMENT 4 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 6 min
    Exaggerating is normal: A Men’s Health reader wrote into to ask if it’s normal to embellish when telling a story...or is it lying. Editor Andrew Daniels explains why it’s perfectly normal to slip in a few extra details. (And if you’re now wondering how many qualifies as a "few" extra details, you may have a problem!)
  • Why she cheats | SEGMENT 5 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 11 min
    It’s more than sex: A relationship psychologist says that there are a variety of reasons women cheat, including a lack of emotional stimulation from their partner. She then tells us how to keep women happy and faithful.
  • Truck driver fitness | SEGMENT 6 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 13 min
    Stay fit on the road: Long-haul trucker Justin Boschee talks about how he stays in shape and even revs up his metabolism, even while he’s stuck behind the wheel.
  • NCAA bracket busters | SEGMENT 7 | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 7 min
    Root for the underdog: In this week’s commentary, Peter talks about why the NCAA basketball tournament is his version of Holy Week, and he details his unconventional approach to March Madness.
  • FULL SHOW | #66

    Mar 17, 2014 | 56 min
    Segment #1: Men’s Health contest - Model for Men’s Health; Segment #2: Eat. Better. Beef. (Where’s your meat from?); Segment #3: Get the cheapest flight-- for a low-cost getaway; Segment #4: Are you a liar? (Exaggerating is normal); Segment #5: Why she cheats - it’s more than sex; Segment #6: Truck driver fitness - stay fit on the road; Segment #7: NCAA bracket busters - root for the underdog Gregg
  • How to break the ice | SEGMENT 1 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 6 min
    Better talking points: Peter explains why he doesn’t like it when people (like Gregg!) ask him, "What’s up?" Gregg confesses that he does it all the time. Peter offers a better way to break the ice.
  • How rich are you? | SEGMENT 2 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 7 min
    Trump, Branson, Sheen: In the MH story The Best Buck I Ever Spent, guys like The Donald, Richard Branson and Charlie Sheen share their personal stories. And our MH writer talks about one very personal interview with his billionaire brother and why he’s never asked how much cash his brother actually has.
  • Best way to spend $$$ | SEGMENT 3 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 8 min
    Make it count: We chat about what rich guys like Charlie Sheen, Sir Richard Branson, Donald Trump, and Jim Cramer said was their most important purchase. Peter shares his own best-spent buck.
  • The next top trainer | SEGMENT 4 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 9 min
    Could it be you? Our training advisor David Jack chats about the Men’s Health search for the Next Top Trainer (http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/next-top-trainer) and says what he’s most excited for about the challenge.
  • Praise cheese! | SEGMENT 5 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 7 min
    Don’t eat bad cheese: GUY GOURMET author and MH editor Paul Kita along with MH editor Clint Carter talk about America’s love with cheese, and suggests great ways to pair cheese with other foods that might be unpredictable pairings, like blue cheese and dark chocolate.
  • Are you a wimp? | SEGMENT 6 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 7 min
    Time to man up: Andrew Daniels talks about the five reasons he thinks many guys are wimps (http://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/she-thinks-youre-a-wimp), including ditching your guy friends and constantly complaining.
  • Lose that belly fat | SEGMENT 7 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 6 min
    It’s making you stupid: We chat about the latest weight-loss findings, and tell you about the connection between belly fat and your brain.
  • Lose weight faster | SEGMENT 8 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 7 min
    Cut calories by 30%: We talk about the 30 percent solution and how cutting calories by 30 percent makes weight loss easier. We also explain why 30 percent is the ideal number, when it comes to cutting calories.
  • Hotel room workouts | SEGMENT 9 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 12 min
    Towel turned barbell: Training advisor BJ Gaddour talks about ways to keep our workouts on track while traveling. He shows us how to transform a hotel room into a mini-gym with just a towel.
  • Become a diehard fan | SEGMENT 10 | #65

    Mar 13, 2014 | 7 min
    It’s good for you: Peter chats about his devotion to the Chicago Cubs, and explains why being a close follower of a sports team is good for your health.
  • Ukraine Revolution | SEGMENT 7 | #64

    Mar 8, 2014 | 7 min
    Men's Health has a broad reach with a presence in over 52 countries. Peter Moore focuses on Men's Health Ukraine, and a recent reader photo submission including a revolutionary in a violent protest.
  • Kids do it, you do it | SEGMENT 2 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 7 min
    Why we love to curse: Why do people love to swear? And when you swear, what does it really say about you?
  • FULL SHOW | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 47 min
    Segment #1: Is she faking it? (How to tell); Segment #2: Kids do it, you do it - why we love to curse; Segment #3: Mouthful of soap (Do we teach kids to curse?); Segment #4: Dirty bathroom habits - how many do you do?; Segment #5: Grown-up PB Segment #6: You need a vacation - do it for your health
  • Is she faking it? | SEGMENT 1 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 6 min
    How to tell: Did you know there are at least 6 reasons women fake it, including one that may be an ego boost for you?
  • Grown-up PB&J | SEGMENT 5 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 8 min
    A classic, reinvented: GUY GOURMET author and MH editor Paul Kita talks about how to reinvent the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich by adding cheese or spices.
  • Mouthful of soap | SEGMENT 3 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 8 min
    Teach kids to curse?: What does it mean when your kids swear in front of you, and how to teach kids that there’s a time and place for profanity.
  • You need a vacation | SEGMENT 6 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 10 min
    Do it for your health: MH editor Clint Carter says that taking a vacation is important to your health, and talks about planning an adult-themed spring-break.
  • Dirty bathroom habits | SEGMENT 4 | #64

    Mar 4, 2014 | 9 min
    How many do you do?: Andrew Daniels talks about the grossest things he does in the bathroom...that you probably do too. Most gross: Tweeting on the toilet and flushing near your toothbrush.
  • FULL SHOW | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 65 min
    Segment #1: Daytona 500 comeback -- Why Vickers inspires us; Segment #2: Shop easy this spring -- Use MH Style Guide; Segment #3: Sex Segment #4: Watch porn with her -- XXX factor=WOW factor?; Segment #5: Bloodclot @ 190 MPH -- NASCAR pro fights back; Segment #6: Don’t ignore symptoms -- A serious signal; Segment #7: What’s making us fat?-- Why you can’t lose; Segment #8: Best snacks for men -- Healthy AND quick?
  • Shop easy this spring | SEGMENT 2 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 8 min
    Use MH Style Guide: We tell you how to shop the season’s best looks, and offer dish on all the details behind the current MEN’S HEALTH GUIDE TO STYLE, starring Jimmy Fallon.
  • Daytona 500 comeback | SEGMENT 1 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 5 min
    Why Vickers inspires: Peter and Gregg chat about why they admire NASCAR driver Brian Vickers, who battled a potentially deadly blood-clotting condition to come back and race in this year’s Daytona 500
  • Watch porn with her | SEGMENT 4 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 8 min
    XXX factor=WOW factor?: Could watching porn together enhance your sex life? Most men say they don’t watch porn with their wives, but they WANT to. MH’s Girl-Next-Door offers tips on how guys can talk about it with their wives/girlfriends.
  • Sex & the married woman | SEGMENT 3 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 7 min
    Happy wife, happy life: Gregg and Peter quiz MEN’S HEALTH’S Girl-Next-Door about the MH sex survey of more than 1,000 married guys; the Girl-Next-Door shares which stat from the survey surprised her the most.
  • Bloodclot @ 190 MPH | SEGMENT 5 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 9 min
    NASCAR pro fights back: NASCAR driver Brian Vickers chats about how deep vein thrombosis almost sidelined him from competing in this year’s Daytona 500, and shares what he learned from the condition.
  • Don’t ignore symptoms | SEGMENT 6 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 7 min
    A serious signal: Peter reflects on what he learned after his father died during a routine morning run. 20 years later, Peter shares the lessons that the watershed moment in his life left behind.
  • What’s making us fat? | SEGMENT 7 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 12 min
    Why you can’t lose: We talk about the little-known factors that hamper our efforts to slim down, such as DNA from our parents and chemicals in the food we eat; and we also talk about how weight-loss thinking has changed over the years.
  • Best snacks for men | SEGMENT 8 | #63

    Feb 25, 2014 | 11 min
    Healthy AND quick?: We chat about what you should look for in a snack, and which healthy foods you can grab quickly in the convenience store.
  • Find the best mouthwash | SEGMENT 7 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 7 min
    Do you really need it?: We ask a dental expert how important mouthwash really is, and he tells us when and why you should incorporate it into your oral hygiene routine.
  • Beat bad breath | SEGMENT 8 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 8 min
    Does your breath reek?: How can you tell if your mouth stinks? Our oral hygiene expert tells us how bad breath can signal more serious health conditions, and shares a trick for finding out if you’ve got bad breath.
  • FULL SHOW | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 57 min
    Segment #1: Michael Sam’s disclosure--The week’s biggest headlines; Segment #2: Do this to sleep better--Control your body temp; Segment #3: Banish sleepless nights--Use a temp-controlled bed; Segment #4: Are you secretly lame?--Kick these bad habits; Segment #5: Fallon’s best interview--Jimmy interviews Jimmy; Segment #6: Michael Sam’s message--Stand with Sam; Segment #7: Find the best mouthwash--Do you really need it?; Segment #8: Beat bad breath--Does yours reek?
  • Michael Sam’s disclosure | SEGMENT 1 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 6 min
    Biggest headlines: Peter and Gregg chat about Michael Sam’s announcement and Facebook’s 50 new gender options. Gregg shares why he’s surprised about the media frenzy.
  • Do this to sleep better | SEGMENT 2 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 7 min
    Control your body temp: Is your body temperature the reason you’re tossing and turning at night? We chat with an expert about how your internal temp affects your ability to get a good night’s sleep.
  • Banish sleepless nights | SEGMENT 3 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 8 min
    Temp-controlled beds: Do they really work? We ask an expert, who shares a simple trick for getting your body temperature ready for bed so you’ll sleep easy.
  • Are you secretly lame? | SEGMENT 4 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 7 min
    Kick these bad habits: We share 25 of the lamest things you don’t know you’re doing--like babbling on about your fantasy team and calling your friends nicknames like "Boss" and "Champ"--and why you should quit doing them now.
  • Fallon’s best interview | SEGMENT 5 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 9 min
    Jimmy interviews Jimmy: Writer Eric Spitznagel dishes on writing the Jimmy Fallon cover story for the March issue of Men’s Health, and why his unusual interviewing strategy wouldn’t work with anyone else.
  • Michael Sam’s message | SEGMENT 6 | #62

    Feb 17, 2014 | 7 min
    Stand with Sam: Peter reflects on Missouri Tiger Michael Sam’s announcement, which could make him the NFL’s first openly gay player, and makes a confession of his own.
  • FULL SHOW | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 67 min
    Segment #1: Ace Valentine’s Day--plan it right; Segment #2: Your V-Day strategy--find out what she really wants; Segment #3: Wow your Valentine--try something new; Segment #4: She’s the perfect woman--listen to find out who; Segment #5: Chris Kyle’s killer--who’s really to blame?; Segment #6: Farewell to Leno--were you watching?; Segment #7: Become a pullup pro--how many can you do?; Segment #8: Power through pullups--the best way to do it; Segment #9: Track your health--use a medical app
  • Ace Valentine’s Day | SEGMENT 1 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 6 min
    Plan it right: Gregg and Peter chat about what they’ve got in store for their wives. Peter shares why he might have to make a backup plan.
  • Your V-Day strategy | SEGMENT 2 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 7 min
    What she really wants: While Gregg argues that he’s grown skeptical of the hyped-up holiday, MEN’S HEALTH’s "Girl Next Door" shares her best tips for scoring big on Valentine’s Day.
  • Wow your Valentine | SEGMENT 3 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 8 min
    Try something new: MEN’S HEALTH’s "Girl Next Door" says Valentine’s Day is a good time to bring new, experimental things into your relationship. She tells us what you should try, what you shouldn’t, and how to go about introducing a new idea that might even push the boundaries.
  • She’s the perfect woman | SEGMENT 4 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 5 min
    Listen to find out who: She’s got a modeling career, film roles, and her own TV show under her belt, but that’s not all. She’s also a total babe who loves to go outside and play with the guys. Andrew Daniels says Brooklyn Decker is the perfect woman--here’s why.
  • Chris Kyle’s killer | SEGMENT 5 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 11 min
    Who’s really to blame?: Laura Beil shares details behind the murder of Chris Kyle, the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history (http://www.menshealth.com/best-life/who-killed-chris-kyle). Beil explains how Eddie Routh, a troubled soldier suffering from PTSD, allegedly came to shoot Kyle exactly one year ago.
  • Farewell to Leno | SEGMENT 6 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 7 min
    Were you watching?: Peter reflects on the legacy Jay Leno leaves behind on The Tonight Show, and shares how Leno often incorporated Men’s Health into the show over the years.
  • Become a pullup pro | SEGMENT 7 | #61

    Feb 10, 2014 | 7 min
    How many can you do?: We show you how to power up your pullups, and we share one simple trick to help you, even if you can’t pull off just one pullup. Yet.

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