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Men's Journal

January/February 2021
Magazine

Men's Journal magazine is a cutting-edge men's lifestyle magazine full of well-rounded articles focused on topics smart and active men care about. It's designed for guys who won't settle for the mediocre and are driven to accomplish great things.

Letter From the Editor

Men's Journal

Now Boarding: Ecuador • While the rest of the world has spent the past year in a never-ending wipeout, the classic surf camp endures. It’s all about location. And attitude.

Ecuador Essentials • Think it’s all about the Galápagos? One of South America’s least-visited countries has plenty of other places to explore.

Finally… Legit Tesla Rivals Emerge • A handful of car companies are rolling out major challenges to Tesla’s EV primacy in 2021.

ART ON THE HORIZON • New exhibit reroutes museum closures by taking works outside.

The People’s Parks • Five years in the making, China is launching a national parks system to rival the United States’. Or so they say…

Huge Hurdle • After a lost year, obstacle course racing is picking itself back up.

DO COVID TITLES COUNT? • If a team wins Game 7 and no one is around to cheer and highfive, is it still the champ?

Overseas Action • We’re not the only country with binge-worthy spies and cops. These TV imports are worth the subtitles.

BOND STIRS AGAIN • Daniel Craig’s final bow as 007 hits theaters April 2.

HOT Stuff

WE’RE WITH HER Jane Levy • On the Emmy-winning Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist she plays a computer programmer with special powers. In real life she’s mastered insomnia and RV maintenance.

Throttle Rockets • Production delays aside, the past year has revved advances in motor and EV technology, customizable electronics, and high-tech safety features. The result: These new iron horses that practically beg you to hop in the saddle.

Down Done Right • Blending natural down with modern builds warms you with smarter details, not extra bulk.

The Veteran Edge • Built from lessons learned on the battlefield.

Time to Focus • Reconsider the assumption that your phone can do it all. From pocket-size to pro, pixel-cranking cameras have never been so accessible.

The Tailgate Lodge • Launching, hosting, quick warmups, grilling burgers and après beers with the gang — rig your pickup right and you’ll never miss the day lodge.

Brave New Commute • A few key pieces can make all the difference for maintaining miles during darker days, or converting new bike commuters into year-round riders.

Technical Flannels • A post-grunge breed of long-sleeve adventure shirts integrates features that give you the warm fuzzies without sacrificing style.

Stream Machines • Upgrade movie night with next-level picture and sound.

Just Keep Livin’ • In the new year, Matthew McConaughey is looking beyond the pandemic—and movies—toward a much bigger picture. Could politics be his next frame?

McConaughey’s Favorite Workouts

The Wisdom of Greenlights • A selection of life advice from the book of the “redneck Buddha.”

NEW YEAR NEW RULES • For 2021, we give you a blueprint for becoming a more well-rounded man. Here’s how to develop stronger mental fortitude, be a more engaged citizen, and get the most out of every aspect of life.

HOW TO PURSUE HAPPINESS • AUSTIN, TX, life coach Bryan Daigle helps people see big life changes more clearly—from career jumps to relationship overhauls. Here’s some of his sage advice—free of charge.

HOW TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE

HOW TO GET SMARTER

HOW TO BE A BETTER PARTNER

HOW TO BREAK THE BARRIER TO THERAPY

HOW TO ARGUE BETTER AND COPE WITH CONFLICT

HOW TO DEAL WITH ADVERSITY

HOW TO MAKE YOUR GREAT...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: A360 Media, LLC Edition: January/February 2021

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  • Release date: January 29, 2021

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Men's Journal magazine is a cutting-edge men's lifestyle magazine full of well-rounded articles focused on topics smart and active men care about. It's designed for guys who won't settle for the mediocre and are driven to accomplish great things.

Letter From the Editor

Men's Journal

Now Boarding: Ecuador • While the rest of the world has spent the past year in a never-ending wipeout, the classic surf camp endures. It’s all about location. And attitude.

Ecuador Essentials • Think it’s all about the Galápagos? One of South America’s least-visited countries has plenty of other places to explore.

Finally… Legit Tesla Rivals Emerge • A handful of car companies are rolling out major challenges to Tesla’s EV primacy in 2021.

ART ON THE HORIZON • New exhibit reroutes museum closures by taking works outside.

The People’s Parks • Five years in the making, China is launching a national parks system to rival the United States’. Or so they say…

Huge Hurdle • After a lost year, obstacle course racing is picking itself back up.

DO COVID TITLES COUNT? • If a team wins Game 7 and no one is around to cheer and highfive, is it still the champ?

Overseas Action • We’re not the only country with binge-worthy spies and cops. These TV imports are worth the subtitles.

BOND STIRS AGAIN • Daniel Craig’s final bow as 007 hits theaters April 2.

HOT Stuff

WE’RE WITH HER Jane Levy • On the Emmy-winning Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist she plays a computer programmer with special powers. In real life she’s mastered insomnia and RV maintenance.

Throttle Rockets • Production delays aside, the past year has revved advances in motor and EV technology, customizable electronics, and high-tech safety features. The result: These new iron horses that practically beg you to hop in the saddle.

Down Done Right • Blending natural down with modern builds warms you with smarter details, not extra bulk.

The Veteran Edge • Built from lessons learned on the battlefield.

Time to Focus • Reconsider the assumption that your phone can do it all. From pocket-size to pro, pixel-cranking cameras have never been so accessible.

The Tailgate Lodge • Launching, hosting, quick warmups, grilling burgers and après beers with the gang — rig your pickup right and you’ll never miss the day lodge.

Brave New Commute • A few key pieces can make all the difference for maintaining miles during darker days, or converting new bike commuters into year-round riders.

Technical Flannels • A post-grunge breed of long-sleeve adventure shirts integrates features that give you the warm fuzzies without sacrificing style.

Stream Machines • Upgrade movie night with next-level picture and sound.

Just Keep Livin’ • In the new year, Matthew McConaughey is looking beyond the pandemic—and movies—toward a much bigger picture. Could politics be his next frame?

McConaughey’s Favorite Workouts

The Wisdom of Greenlights • A selection of life advice from the book of the “redneck Buddha.”

NEW YEAR NEW RULES • For 2021, we give you a blueprint for becoming a more well-rounded man. Here’s how to develop stronger mental fortitude, be a more engaged citizen, and get the most out of every aspect of life.

HOW TO PURSUE HAPPINESS • AUSTIN, TX, life coach Bryan Daigle helps people see big life changes more clearly—from career jumps to relationship overhauls. Here’s some of his sage advice—free of charge.

HOW TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE

HOW TO GET SMARTER

HOW TO BE A BETTER PARTNER

HOW TO BREAK THE BARRIER TO THERAPY

HOW TO ARGUE BETTER AND COPE WITH CONFLICT

HOW TO DEAL WITH ADVERSITY

HOW TO MAKE YOUR GREAT...


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