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MensFitClub.com Launches Website for Second Anniversary
Date:7/22/2013

(PRWEB) July 22, 2013

In celebration of its second anniversary, MensFitClub.com, a popular men’s fitness and lifestyle online magazine, is launching its newly redesigned website.

Set to go live in August, the new website will offer improved features to both visitors and members. Some of these features include a more efficient layout for easier browsing, an improved searchable gym locator—allowing visitors to quickly find fitness centers near their current location—and a new membership service.

“We are very excited to unveil our completely redesigned website this August,” said Grant Donovan, founder of MensFitClub.com. “The new site will offer our members and guests entirely new ways to experience our online content, including interactive features and improved browsing of our current and past articles. We continue to be one of the top sources for fitness and lifestyle-related articles and information on the web.”

Founded in 2011, MensFitClub.com is committed to its core goal of helping men live their lives to the absolute fullest extent possible, offering readers fitness and lifestyle advice from a uniquely male perspective. Some of the magazine’s regular topics include exercise, health, travel, fashion, sex and dating tips, as well as sports news. MensFitClub.com is a free online publication and does not require visitors to sign up or pay subscription fees to view the content.

In addition to the new site, MensFitClub.com’s recently launched membership services are available for a low $3.99 monthly subscription fee. Members receive a completely customized workout schedule, written by a professional trainer and individually tailored to the member’s unique fitness goals.

MensFitClub.com members also get a personalized meal plan that corresponds to their workout schedule. The meal plan, coordinated by a certified nutritionist, provides grocery shopping lists and daily recipes crafted to meet the nutritional requirements set by each member’s specific exercise regimen. Members also have access to these professionals if they have any questions or need further guidance.

“Throughout the past two years of online circulation, MensFitClub.com has garnered a large, loyal following,” said Donovan. “We see this redesign as an opportunity to reward our readers with even more new content and features. This is our way of both thanking our dedicated readers who have been with us from the beginning, as well as welcoming new readers who might just now be hearing about our publication and the great content we offer.”

To learn more about MensFitClub.com, visit http://www.mensfitclub.com/. The online magazine also maintains a significant presence on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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