Men's Health

Power to Transform

We all face our demons, but sometimes they strike before we’re ready.

Consider Michael Dubree. That’s him above (far left) with me and the Guy search. Dubree didn’t just lose a bunch of weight, give up doughnuts, and bang out deadlifts week after week. No, Dubree kicked a gnarly decade of drugs, booze, and strife that began in his early teens. He turned literal strength into emotional will. There’s no such thing as a cheat day when it comes to drugs, either. That persistence makes Dubree our Ultimate Guy.

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