Women's Health propels 34 million consumers into action, providing the motivation and inspiration for them to make instant, positive changes in their lives. Launched in October 2005 and published 10 times a year by Rodale Inc., Women's Health has quickly grown into a multimedia brand that includes branded books and DVDs, mobile apps, and renowned events. The magazine has received numerous industry accolades, including ASME National Magazine Award nominations in 2013 and 2014, and winning the ASME of General Excellence in Fashion, Service, and Lifestyle in 2012. Women's Health has been included on Adweek's annual Hot List three times (most recently in 2015), was named Ad Age's 2009 Magazine of the Year, and also listed among their 2013 A-List winners.
Women's Health Magazine
The Women's Health reader wants to be the best possible version of herself—and she relies on Women's Health to help her achieve just that. With the smarts of a scientist, the inspiring qualities of a trendsetter, and the trust level of a good friend, Women's Health provides her with the latest, freshest tips in style, beauty, health, fitness, weight loss, and nutrition—and, best of all, each and every one is something she can instantly act on. It’s why our brand is an indispensable resource for 34 million consumers each month.
WomensHealthMag.com is a smart, inspiring, and trusted online resource. Each month we give over 16 million women the go-to solutions to feel successful, energized, and confident in all parts of their lives. Whether it's a guide to preventing heart disease, a primer on buying a sports bra, step-by-step videos of cutting-edge workout routines, or a nutritionist's list of the best take-along protein snacks, the site delivers deeply researched advice in the frank way an in-the-know friend might dish it out.
Women's Health International
Women's Health launched 15 new editions in the last four years and has seen tremendous success around the world, even in countries with challenged economies. Recent launches include the Middle East, Spain, Poland, Greece, Portugal, the Netherlands and Sweden. Women's Health South Africa, Women's Health Netherlands, and Women's Health Australia were all named “Launch of the Year” in their respective markets. Women's Health now reaches more than 22 million readers worldwide, with 28 editions in 51 countries, and continues to be the fastest growing women’s magazine in the world.
Women's Health Books
Books from Women's Health’s editors and experts include 20 Pounds Younger and Look Better Naked by Michele Promaulayko, Lift to Get Lean by Holly Perkins, The Women's Health Big Book of Pilates by Brooke Siler, Drop Two Sizes by Rachel Cosgrove, Shape-Up Shortcuts by Women's Health Fitness Director Jen Ator.
Women's Health Events
Women's Health brings the magazine to life through its engaging branded events that touch every aspect of its 34 million readers' lives. RUN 10 FEED 10 is Women's Health’s signature event, created in partnership with the FEED Foundation to help fight domestic hunger though a unique running event series. Women's Health Covers the Hamptons is a wellness weekend packed with morning runs on the beach, classes at the hottest fitness studios, and a chic A-List party celebrating the kickoff of RUN 10 FEED 10. The Next Fitness Star is the brand's annual nationwide talent search for the next face of fitness (the winner stars in a popular Women's Health-branded DVD series). Aspen Wintersköl is a four-day festival at which Women's Health and Men’s Health toast the winter season through exciting activities like the annual Soupsköl competition, après-ski parties, a Snow Jam concert, elaborate fireworks party, mountain-top yoga, and more. With six star trainers and new workout videos every month, WH Fit Club offers readers the opportunity to train like a celebrity at a fraction of the price. Plus, Women's Health is a media sponsor at many other events throughout the year.
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