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5 Great Reasons to Pick Up the New October Issue of Men's Health

·2-min read

Here at Men's Health, we've long championed the idea that age should be no barrier to progress, be that in the gym, on the sports field or at your workplace. Aged 53, this month's cover model, Jamie Foxx, exemplifies this ethos.

With a Mike Tyson biopic in the works, plus a new memoir, Act Like You Got Some Sense, Foxx is fitter, stronger, busier and in greater demand than ever. But what drives a man who has it all to want more? We sat down with him to find out – and borrowed a few of his best workout ideas while we were at it.

Here's a preview of what you'll find inside the new October issue of Men's Health UK.

Up Next on The Jamie Foxx Show...

He already has the Oscar and the Grammy, the acting and music careers. But Foxx isn't done. Not even close. Here's what Men's Health learnt from the actor, polymath and – the role he takes most seriously of all – dad.

Make 'the New Normal' Work for You

Heading back to the office? You'd better pull on some trousers. Here's our comprehensive guide to taking the best habits, hacks and practices of working from home into your new routine.

Could Steroid Abuse Cause a Mental Health Crisis?

Once confined to the fringes of muscle culture, steroids are now used by more than a million people in the UK. While its physical effects are well known, less discussed is how it alters the mind. Everything from depression and paranoia to brain shrinkage has been linked to steroids. Are users giving up mental health for muscle?

The Ultimate Sports Nutrition Guide

Whether you're new to sports supplements or have two decades of self-experimentation under your lifting belt, the fact remains that it's tricky to sort the whey from the chaff. Our experts are on hand to help. From powering endurance to sharpening focus, these are the products worthy of a spot in your stack.

Stay Lean for the Long Run

Boost your fitness, mobility and metabolism with three quick home-friendly workouts, each designed to fit around your day-to-day and make lifelong athleticism that little bit easier to master.

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