Everything You Need to Know About Indiana Dunes, America’s Newest National Park

Although the government shutdown was a rough time for national parks across the country, it did come with a silver lining: the creation of a new national park. Indiana Dunes National Park was officially designated in the spending bill signed by President Trump earlier this month, CNN reports, and the park is now the 61st in the country and the first in the state of Indiana. The Best National Parks to Visit in the Winter   The 15,000-acre preserve on the shore of Lake Michigan was previously designated as a…

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Long Days, Icy Winds, and a Jealous Polar Bear: Mads Mikkelsen on Surviving His ‘Arctic’ Shoot

“My character isn’t prepared for what awaits him in the movie, so I made the choice not to do to preparation,” Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen recently told Men’s Journal, speaking about his highly-anticipated survival epic Arctic. “I signed on and two months later I was dropped into this remote tundra landscape.” The Best Streamlined Down Jackets for Winter Adventures   It’s doubtful that there was any way for Mikkelsen to really “prepare” to shoot for 19 consecutive days—sometimes for 15 hours a day—in the snow-covered mountains of Iceland. The conditions…

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Jimmy Chin on Climbing Ulvetanna, a Brutal 9,600-Foot Ascent in Antarctica

Above the snow-blanketed barrens of Queen Maud Land, Antarctica, about 2,700 miles due south of Cape Town, looms a 9,600-foot peak called Ulvetanna. Translation: the wolf’s tooth. The name’s fitting. It’s one of six jagged, bare-granite peaks that form the Fenriskjeften massif—together resembling a nearly complete set of fangs. A Norwegian team first summited the peak, via the west face, in 1994. But during a recent 17-day expedition to the region with a group of fellow American climbers, legendary mountaineer and Antarctica veteran Conrad Anker and photographer Jimmy Chin sought…

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Wild Bunch: 4 Fascinating Nonfiction Books We’re Reading This Spring

An angling odyssey, off-the-grid expeditions, an epic manhunt—these four nonfiction books prove that adventure comes in many flavors. Make sure you get these titles on your reading list this spring. 12 Books We Couldn’t Put Down in 2018   Drug Warrior by Jack Riley In this white-knuckled memoir, DEA agent Jack Riley recounts his decades-long pursuit of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the notorious cartel kingpin. In 2007, after pursuing Guzmán’s competitors in St. Louis, Riley shows up in El Paso, Texas, and gets busy busting Guzmán’s stash houses and disrupting…

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You Are Who You’ve Been Looking For with Adam Roa

Adam Roa’s viral video “You are who you’ve been looking for” received an astonishing 24 million views in the first 24 that it was posted. It now has an incredible 126 MILLION views! This was never in his wildest dreams a possibility when sharing his “art of spoken word”  Adam, a seeker by nature has been on an incredible journey. From sexual abuse at the age of 5, to Homecoming King to seeking in a dangerous direction in the form of “Speed Balling” which is using Heroin and Cocaine at…

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The 7 Best Customized Hair, Skin, and Cologne Brands for Men

In the grooming industry, 2019 will be known as the year of customized care. More and more brands are allowing consumers to identify concerns and goals as they pertain to skin, hair, hygiene, and more.     They ask you to complete online questionnaires—some simple, some insanely extensive—and pack their products with ingredients, and even scents, that address your wants and needs on a granular level. After all, if you’ve got curly, coarse, and oily hair as well as dandruff, your shampoo and conditioner should have different ingredients than the guy…

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7 Research-Backed Supplements to Help Improve Performance Between the Sheets

Did you know 40 to 70 percent of men experience some kind of sexual dysfunction in their lifetimes? If you’re having trouble between the sheets, relax—you’re not alone. But let’s be clear, fellas: This is one of those problems you can’t just blow off and hope it goes away. Before you go to your doctor, though, try to treat your erectile dysfunction over-the-counter with vitamins and supplements that can improve your sex life. A lot of supplements can be taken to treat common men’s sexual health issues. Some increase your…

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A No-Slip Mat, Ultralight Shorts, and More: The Best Yoga Gear to Focus on Your Flow

Yoga works your body and mind—but in order to get a solid mental and physical workout, you need yoga gear that’s up to the task. There’s no better way to derail a great class or at-home session than by getting overly sweaty or distracted by itchy, constricting clothing. Ask any yogi: You need apparel that’s lightweight, flexible, breathable, and keeps you comfortable as you move. The 10 Best Workout Classes for Men Here’s the gear that lets you comfortably focus on the flow and your form.

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5 Things You Should Consider When Buying a Pre-Owned Watch

When it comes to shopping for your next luxury watch, you should begin your search by first asking yourself a few simple questions. “What is your budget? Start there,” says Nathan Nerswick, a client services manager at Crown & Caliber, the Atlanta-based online watch shop where you can sell luxury timepieces and buy everything from a used OMEGA Speedmaster to a Rolex GMT-Master II. “A lot of people don’t want to talk about money, but I think that’s kind of a baseline,” Nerswick tells Men’s Journal in the video above.…

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