It'll be the one with healthy eating tips and weight loss recipes, dachs.
I'd like an article that tells me if I go for a 20 mile run in the morning, how much Cafe Nero chocolate cheescake can I stuff my face with in the afternoon? I could contribute to that. The answer is 'quite a lot, actually'.
I see a bright editorial future for you Cheerful Dave
I'm cancelling my subscription for this very reason - every month I'm greeted by anonymous female models on the cover, adverts targeted to women in the pages, and articles featuring women taking up running for the first time.
If it must be women, then SURELY you can find actual inspiring female athletes to feature? Corbin? Newby-Fraser? Jenn Shelton even? No, because this isn't a serious running magazine. Sorry if I'm preaching to the converted but after a year of this, I've had enough of benign articles about the "ten best ways to beat belly fat in 5 weeks".
There may the the odd interesting article here and there - but for the money why not just read blogs online?
Also, a regular, gloomy piece from the token 'self-effacing male' Paul Tonkinson about how he is a proud mid-packer who is getting slower each year due to his steadily advancing years, is doing absolutely NOTHING for my running motivation.
I figure this site is actually the best way to get new running info - I'll just sack off Women's Health (RW) for now.