In this article, we are going to feature our favorite men’s sites; we are going to go broad and look at podcasts, magazines, YouTube channels, and blogs. Today there is so much content to filter through, but we want to provide you with websites with substance, value and genuine articles created for men by men. In the top of the article, you can find our favorites.
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Tim Ferris and his top-class performers, this is without a doubt some of the greatest practical advice on everything from writing, investment, training and life philosophy you will ever find, genius stuff.
ATHLEAN-X because of the high-quality, practical advice on how to get in shape, what exercises you want to focus on and how to execute them correctly. ATHLEAN-X is a specialization YouTube channel with quality all over the board.
Mark’s daily apple because of his original approach to helping people trough his blog, this guy is 63-year-old, but he is definitely in better shape than you.
The economist because of their in-depth articles, impressive features, always highly relevant and useful.
A difficult choice to make, but we must go with Udemy simply because they are the biggest and it caters to a broad audience whether you’re a man or a boy, a girl or a woman you will find something you love and quench your curiosity at Udemy.
RealMenRealStyle, as the name indicates, is a channel which primary focus is on fashion and being well dressed as a man. Their most popular videos are a goldmine of great tips on how to groom properly, dress well and just become a more welcoming and well-dressed man.
Despite the unconventional name Aaron Marino’s IAmAlphaM is a big hit on youtube, his videos is a right mix of how-to guides, general tips for men typically revolving around dating, training, fashion and grooming.
Teachingmensfashion is solely focused on how to dress better and become more attractive as a man. His videos are well made and relevant for all ages. Frequently updated and relevant content.
ATHLEAN-X is a very popular youtube channel with almost 3 million subscribers when this article was published. If you need inspiration or are looking to get in proper shape, you want to take a look at this channel. This guy is genuinely a specialist, and all his videos are relevant and solely the truth about training, no shortcuts!
AnthonyDelucv is another mens vlog youtube channel, this guy is genuine straight forward and has some cool videos on hair, how to keep your sneakers in top shape, and this guy also knows how to dress well!
The menshealth YouTube channel has a lot of interesting videos on training, food, and sex. This channel has actionable advice, and you can see that these guys have a budget to make only high-quality YouTube videos.
Farnamstreetblog is a unique experience for anyone who is serious about lifelong learning and creating the best possible version of themselves. It’s a blog devoted to make you a better human being and understand how you can make better decisions, live a better life and just excel at whatever you want to go for. You will get lots of new inspiration and easily digestible articles that focus on key takeaways from the best books.
Brainpickings is even more amazing than Farnamstreetblog, established in 2006 as a newsletter for some of her friends; Maria Popova probably didn’t realize what a huge success Brainpickings were going to be. Brainpickings is completely ad-free and is a treasure chest of incredible content on art, science, psychology, design, philosophy, politics and anthropology, and there are even more subjects than that.
Udemy is probably one of the biggest learning marketplaces in the world, it is unfathomable big, and you can find courses on anything. If you wish to become better at programming, design, music or even just improve your mental health – then Udemy has a course for you.
The great courses are another outstanding opportunity if you wish to learn, their course categories are very extensive and they have a lot of very experienced teachers from some of the large recognized universities in the United states. The great courses have been in business for over 25 years, and only top college professors and instructors can submit any courses, this is your possibility to the meet the 1% of education!
Tim Ferris show
Category: Personal development – Interview – long
Host: Tim Ferriss
Tim Ferris, the author of the “four-hour work week” “the four-hour body” and other bestsellers have a fantastic podcast; he interviews top performers across all kind of fields, from writers and journalists to military generals, and CEOs. These interviews later became the foundation of his new book “tools of titans”.
This podcast is an incredible completely free resource that features interviews as long as up to two hours. Meet amazing top performers and hear their stories straight from the horse’s mouth, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen, Malcolm Gladwell, Reid Hoffman and much more.
Category: Business – Interview – short
Host: Ricardo Semler
Leadwise is a podcast focused on organizational problems, especially corporate organizations. This is your go to podcast is you have a manager or executive position, learn how to lead wisely!
Host: Michael Davies & Roger Bennett
Category: Sport – Discussion – Comedy
A very fun podcast hosted by a couple of Englishmen which love’s soccer! These guys are not about the most tactical insights, but more about the fun, culture and their unconditional love to soccer.
Category: Business – Interview – short
Excellent podcast focused on the economy, if you’re mostly clueless about the economy this is a great way to start. The hosts are great at explaining and elaborating on even complex economic terms; they do a great job at demystifying a lot of the financial jargon and confusion. A bit short, though, every cast around 20 min long.
HOST: Barbell Shrugged Team
Category: Fitness – Discussion/interview – Medium
If you’re into CrossFit, Olympic weightlifting or fitness recovery, this is a great podcast. Their hosts have a very diverse athletic background, and the dynamic in the studio is right. They often feature guests who are top performers in CrossFit or Weightlifting communities.
You will find good gold nuggets of actionable insights from this podcast; these are absolute fitness freaks which love what they do.
Host: Guy Raz
Category: Futurology, ideas, innovation – Discussion/interview – Medium
Most people today are familiar with the Ted project, a worldwide non-profit organization which is at the forefront of education, innovation and just world changing ideas. Their talks and this show is a broad mix of psychology, economics futurology and a lot more.
The host Guy Raz does an excellent job at mediating and discussing the highly relevant subjects they take up on the podcast, whether that is open-source programming or thinking about the future of medication, diseases and diagnosing.
Category: Business & Economy –interview – Medium
A nice weekly podcast on business and economy, it’s not too serious filled with great humor and laughter. There is space for other things than Benjamins, in these folk’s head!
This podcast is easy digestible financial information and practical advice where everyone can keep up. The show has an excellent flow, and it varies a lot what they talk about, their guests and hosts vary a lot, it is well produced.
Not your regular dry and dull financial podcast, some of the stuff is basic so if you already know your way around overall investment, and finance this is probably not for you.
The newest and coolest fashion from the NYT team also features interviews with interesting personalities.
Male blog by Lorenzo Liverani, a blog that lives by the words “a man should dress as his character is.”
This guy is a 100% fashion geek if you need a makeover or inspiration for your wardrobe you need to check this out.
Lorenzo Liverani on the perfect outfit “True style, dress, and class is the perfect way to express who you are without having to say a word“.
Art Of Manliness has content on virtually everything you could think of, Fashion, money, health and relationships. They also have a great new podcast each week.
An excellent blog by Mark Sisson founded back in 2006. This blog is all about health and living a healthy life; this blog is one of the biggest in the world and Mark has successfully helped hundreds of thousands getting a better life on his blog. Also, feature a very active community.
Fitness, sex, and style are the core focus in this Magazine. They also have a very active community. However, we are not fans of Men’s Health because of the heavy monetization methods and pushing silly info products on the frontpage.
Maxim is women, style gear, entertainment, and sports. High-quality articles and the great physical copy of Maxim, always feature interesting personalities and beautiful women!
If you’re into training, this should be your go-to magazine. The web version is awesome and you can find videos and daily workouts. Also, heavy monetized like Men’s Health, with overlay ads, etc. a bit annoying.
Gear, Health & Fitness, Adventure and more. This site has some great writers and interesting interviews and features, whether that is on economy, fitness or cool books reviews. They have a bit of everything!
Even though of it famous name, The Economist is a lot more than just economy and finance. Their magazine is world famous, and it can also revolve around psychology, nature, climate, philosophy and more. Published since 1843!
Gregory takes big interest into gentleman lifestyle and what it means to be a true gentleman nowadays.