Most people, when they consider getting into really good shape, do it for “health concerns.” They do it to lower their cholesterol, they do it to get a better hormonal profile, and they do it to increase their lifespan.
However in my opinion, some of the GREATEST benefits of working out aren’t even physical. Some of them are social, some of them are emotional, and some of them are even financial.
I’ve been actively engaged in the fitness community for the past decade, and I can, without a doubt, say that getting jacked completely transformed my life in unexpected ways. Here’s how.
When I first got into the dating advice world, most of what people were talking about was known as “cold approach.”
This is the idea that you learn how to approach and seduce women that you’ve never met before. Proponents of cold approach would go to night clubs and bars, night after night, and split test different openers, routines, and methods.
…and although cold approach is incredibly valuable, and will help you add new women to your social circle, there’s something that’s even more important.
It’s called building a lifestyle that women find attractive, and it will not only improve your happiness levels, but will also magnetically draw new women into your life. Here’s how:
When people hear about meditation, they usually get this image in their head of some weird monk sitting in a Buddhist monastery.
They think that meditation is something that only Buddhists do, or weird, spiritual hippies…but what if I told you that meditation is actually one of the most common habits of the successful?
Yup, that’s right. From Russell Simmons, the multi-millionaire founder of Def Jam Records, to Oprah Winfrey herself, a lot of highly successful people meditate every day.
Meditation, if you do it right, will supercharge your self-development. You’ll literally re-wire your brain to be calm, collected, and hyper-focused. Here’s how:
I’ve had a lot of guys ask me about the “Chris Pratt Workout,” lately…and it isn’t hard to see why.
In just a short time span, he went from being at least 18% bodyfat and 25 pounds overweight, to being around 10% bodyfat with his abs showing. This is a pretty impressive transformation.
And while technically nobody knows what Chris Pratt did to prepare for his Guardians of the Galaxy role, aside from his personal trainer, it still isn’t that hard to guess if you’ve been involved in the fitness industry for a while.
Chris Pratt’s physique is toned and lean—a nice, muscular swimmer’s build, but not overly bulky. A lot of guys want a physique like this, and today, I’m going to break down how I think Mr. Pratt attained his.
I believe that there’s a lot of power in emotions. They affect us in ways that modern science can’t understand.
They can motivate us, give us energy, and encourage good health…or, they can demotivate us, sap our energy, and steal our health.
Learning to master your emotions is not only essential to your success, but to living a good life in general.
When you learn to be “weirdly happy,” you’ll find that nothing can bring you down—it doesn’t matter how hard your life is, how hard it’s been, or how hard it’s going to be. When you use this one simple trick that I’m going to share with you today, you’ll find your happiness to be impregnable.
If there’s one thing that will either make or break you, it’s your mindset. You can have two people experience the exact same turn of events, and yet one will become wildly successful, while the other lives his life as a failure.
Why is this? I propose it’s due to something known as your “frame,” or your underlying set of beliefs. Otherwise known as your mindset, this determines how you interact with reality. It determines what you think, what you feel, and how you act.
Thus, learning to change it, is crucial for your success—this is where the idea of the “re-frame” comes in.
It’s probably one of the most powerful psychological tricks that I’ve ever encountered, and I’m going to share it with you today.
I get a lot of guys asking how they can look like Daniel Craig from the modern James Bond series.
…and it’s not hard to see why. Daniel Craig has brought a lean, dense physique to Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and most recently, Spectre.
Nobody knows what workout routine Mr. Craig follows, aside from him and his personal trainer, but from my 10 years of experience in the fitness industry, it isn’t hard to guess.
Daniel Craig’s physique is dense and lean—a sort of “macho,” but not overly shredded appearance. A lot of guys crave a physique like this, and today, I’m going to break down how I think Daniel Craig attained it.
I’ve been getting a lot of emails recently from guys trying to learn game. For whatever reason, their dating lives aren’t what they want them to be.
Maybe they don’t have enough women in their life, maybe they don’t have enough high quality women in their life, or maybe they just want a girlfriend.
The one common theme that I keep noticing, however, is that guys don’t really know how or where to start. Do they start with daygame? Night game? Meet girls through their social circle? Where do you start?
Well, I’m going to try my best to answer these questions, in a methodical, actionable, step-by-step plan that you can follow right now.
I just finished reading The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone, and I have to say, the book has been pretty life-changing.
Like most rules of success, the book is actually incredibly simple, almost deceptively so…but the implications are extremely powerful.
The whole premise behind the book is that there’s only one difference between success and failure…one small little difference in the way you think and act.
This difference is known as the 10x Rule, and if you want to be successful, you’d best take it to heart.
“When do you take creatine?” “How much creatine do you take?” “Is creatine a steroid?”
Questions circle around the newbie’s mind like angry hornets circling around a bear that unwittingly bumped into their nest—and who can blame him?
Upon getting into the world of bodybuilding, naive newbies are bombarded with offers from everyone and his uncle:
It’s hard to know what’s truth and what’s bullshit in the fitness industry, so today I’m going to cover something that EVERYONE should know about: creatine.