$10 for an Annual Subscription to any of 4 Rodale magazines
Choose from four magazines by Rodale - Men's Health, Women's Health, Bicycling and Runner's World.
Men's Health isn’t just a magazine—it’s a solution. We give you the tools to look better, live healthier, and be more successful in all aspects of life. Find out why Men’s Health is the world’s largest men’s magazine!
Women’s Health brings you the tools to get healthier, sexier, stronger, slimmer – with workout secrets, recipe makeovers, and beauty and fashion tips to look and feel your best. Foods that make you feel fantastic, workouts that work wonders, and strategies to help you look better, feel better, live better. With insider scoop on the newest, most amazing products and techniques, Women’s Health inspires and motivates you to take action and become your fittest, healthiest, happiest self.
The world's largest cycling magazine, BICYCLING will fuel your passion whether you ride on country roads, city streets or dirt trails. Each issue is packed with product and gear reviews, fitness and training tips, nutrition information and inspiring stories. BICYCLING will help you get the most fun and excitement out of every ride.
The Essential Guide for Everyone Who Runs – men and women, from beginners to hard-core marathoners. Runner’s World provides readers with the authoritative information they need to pursue their personal goals, the inspiration they crave, and an authentic sense of community they won’t find anywhere else.
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Communicate with drivers. When biking, use a bell or horn to alert drivers or pedestrians when you're approaching. Make eye contact with drivers to ensure that they have seen you, and always look before turning or crossing.