Men’s Fitness Folds Into Men’s Journal

August 14, 2017
Aaron Rodgers covers the September 2017 issue of Men's Fitness.
Aaron Rodgers covers the September 2017 issue of Men’s Fitness.

The men’s market loses another print magazine as American Media Inc. announces a new future for Men’s Fitness. The publishing company reveals that it’s folding the magazine’s print subscriptions into Men’s Journal. Beginning with the November 2017 issue of Men’s Journal, the magazine will see increased content with an additional fifty pages.

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Jeremy Renner covers the September 2017 issue of Men's Journal.
Jeremy Renner covers the September 2017 issue of Men’s Journal.

The content will be geared towards the Men’s Fitness reader with an attention to travel, gear, fitness, and adventure. The publication will also increase its frequency to twelve print issues a year. Meanwhile, Men’s Fitness will focus on its digital property. However, this situation brings to mind the now defunct Details. The magazine was supposed to maintain its digital presence, but eventually its domain was redirected to GQ.com.