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Everything You Know About Nutrition Is Wrong

February 16, 2011

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Everything You Know About Nutrition Is Wrong

During the past several years, conventional dietary wisdom — skimp on fat, count calories — has started to crumble. Adopting the right approach mandates a new set of dietary rules that will help you live longer, be leaner, and better enjoy the foods you love.

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In Search of the Himalayas’ Hardest Climb Video

February 7, 2011

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Forget Everest — three elite climbers set out to find the most difficult rock routes in the world’s greatest range. This video shows that getting there may have been the most challenging part of the journey.

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Obsession, Thy Name is Porsche

February 4, 2011

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Obsession, Thy Name is Porsche

When ERIK HEDEGAARD decided he had to own a certain vintage sports car, his pursuit quickly devolved into an all-consuming odyssey. One man’s dark, twisted tale of desire.

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Survival Skills: Clive Davis

February 1, 2011

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Survival Skills: Clive Davis

The longtime record-company executive, 78, has also won four Grammy Awards as a producer.

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Jason Statham: Photo Outtakes

January 25, 2011

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Jason Statham: Photo Outtakes

One word that does NOT describe Jason Statham? Reserved. Buy the February issue — on sale now — to find out more about him, but here are some choice quotes and photo outtakes from our cover shoot at New York City's Old Town Bar.

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Everything You Know About Fitness is a Lie

January 21, 2011

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Everything You Know About Fitness is a Lie

Gym machines are boring, CrossFit is sadistic, and dieting sucks. Luckily, none of them is essential to being truly fit. Through years of trial and error — and humiliation at the hands of some of the world’s top trainers — Daniel Duane discovered the secrets to real health.

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My Favorite Things: Jim Irsay

January 11, 2011

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My Favorite Things: Jim Irsay

The Indianapolis Colts owner won't be adding a second Lombardi Trophy to his collection this year, but he recently took some time to walk us through the museum-in-progress that constitutes his office. It’s all part of what Irsay calls “the magical world — the world of inspiration, the things that really make us feel alive.”

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Alone Across Greenland

January 5, 2011

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Alone Across Greenland

Two men, without any outside support, spent 42 days crossing the second-largest ice mass in the world.

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Secrets of a Contented Man

January 4, 2011

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Secrets of a Contented Man

Jeff Bridges and his blissfully unending quest for answers

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Is This Any Way to Fight a War?

January 3, 2011

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Is This Any Way to Fight a War?

America’s top commanders have bet on counterinsurgency to defeat the Taliban. Critics, some within the military, say the approach has softened our forces and demand a return to traditional tactics. From West Point to the Afghan hot spot of Malajat, MATTHEW TEAGUE explores the battle over how we do battle.

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Survival Skills: Richard Branson

December 27, 2010

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Survival Skills: Richard Branson

The British magnate, 60, wants to kitesurf the English Channel for his next adventure.

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Jeff Bridges: Photo Outtakes

December 7, 2010

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Jeff Bridges: Photo Outtakes

Buy the December/January issue — on sale now — to read about Jeff Bridges, but here’s some photo outtakes from our cover shoot at his home in Santa Barbara.

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Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

December 7, 2010

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Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

In our December/January issue, JEFF BRIDGES will cry. He will dance. He will serenade a blind girl. He will tell you the difference between describing an orgasm and having an orgasm. He will tell you it doesn’t really fucking matter, man. Buy the mag — on sale now — to get the full story, but you can see some EXCLUSIVE VIDEO and PHOTO OUTTAKES of the shoot here.

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Captain Berserko Writes A Better Ending

December 2, 2010

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Captain Berserko Writes A Better Ending

Long after living like some of his fictional characters — both wildly and barely — Thomas McGuane has exchanged notoriety for a life well lived on his ranch in Montana.

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An American Commando in Exile

November 30, 2010

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An American Commando in Exile

The day before Erik Prince moved to Abu Dhabi, the former Navy SEAL, ex–CIA spy, and departing chief of embattled private-security firm Blackwater met with ROBERT YOUNG PELTON and explained why he’s fed up with the U.S., selling everything, and starting over in the Middle East.

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