When it comes to hitting on girls, your “opening line” is often the most important thing you say. Far too many guys go in without a plan, just saying whatever comes to mind. And while this does work if you’re a “natural,” it doesn’t work for most of us.
That’s why it’s important you familiarize yourself with the six types of openers. Once you become familiar with these, you’ll be able to chat a girl up anytime, anywhere, and in any way. Obviously it will take a lot of practice, but it’s not that hard.
In the PUA world, there are six types of openers:
…and while you certainly don’t have to memorize every single one of these types of openers, it doesn’t hurt to know a few. So with that in mind, here’s the Masculine Development guide to the six types of openers, and how to use each one depending on the situation.
Tons of guys are lost when it comes to girls. “Why are they so complicated?” they proclaim. “Why do girls always give me mixed signals?” they’ll say. Funny enough, girls actually aren’t that complicated…that is, if you know what indicators of interest to look for.
Guys are pretty upfront with their attraction. In fact, girls know whether a guy is attracted to them or not pretty much immediately. For guys however, it’s a little bit trickier—girls don’t broadcast their attraction as much as guys do.
That’s why learning to spot “IOI’s” or “Indicators of Interest” is critically important if you want to be successful with women. The best PUA’s often aren’t even successful because they’re that attractive. Instead, they’re just really good at seeing IOI’s and seizing the opportunity.
There’s dozens of IOI’s that you should eventually learn about, but as it turns out there’s actually only a few really critical IOI’s to look out for. If you spot a girl giving you any single one of these signs, the odds that she wants you are almost 100%. Here goes.
If you’ve been browsing fitness forums and bodybuilding websites over the past few years, you’ve probably noticed an interesting phenomenon. More and more people have been discussing these revolutionary new chemicals called “SARMs,” but a lot of attention has been on Ligandrol specifically.
Ligandrol, also known as LGD-4033, is currently one of the strongest selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) on the market. Valued by fitness models, physique competitors, and bodybuilders alike, it’s extremely well known for its ability to create a cut, dry, and lean, shredded physique.
First off, though—what are SARMs? Most people aren’t aware of the benefits of SARMs, because they’ve been completely ignored by mainstream bodybuilding. Steroids get all of the attention, but funny enough SARMs can actually be almost as effective as steroids. What’s better though, is they have ZERO of the nasty side effects that steroids do.
In this article, I’m going to present a complete beginner’s guide to Ligandrol, otherwise known as LGD-4033. It comes in a convenient little dropper, you don’t have to inject it like you do with steroids, and it can create a mean, lean, shredded physique within just a matter of a few months.
Ah, text game—the idea that you can somehow make a girl wet over text and have her back at your place faster than a New York minute. Is it true, though? Can you REALLY have a girl hooked from just sending her a few texts, or is it all a bunch of PUA-made-up nonsense?
Well, the truth is that most of you are probably screwing up your texts big time. I see it every single day…girl sends guy a text, and gets the completely wrong response. Girl doesn’t respond. Guy freaks out, and sends more texts trying to fix the situation, but it only backfires in his face even more.
Does this sound like you? Well, if it does, then you NEED to know this—there’s actually four specific types of texts that women send you. What’s more, is that depending on the type of text you receive, you may have to respond in a different way to keep the attraction from going stale.
So whether you’re a high school student trying to get his first lay, or an experienced veteran in text game living in a Manhattan suite, you need to know the “text game” that women play. Because if you don’t, you’ll be left high and dry as she’s driving over to Chad’s place, and leaving you with your dick in your hand.
Why do girls give you mixed signals? Well, tell me if this has happened to you. You’re flirting with a friend, and everything seems to be going great. She’s giving you sensual eye contact, playing with her hair, and maybe even overtly flirting a bit back. Then, the next day you text her. No response.
Then maybe you see her again in a week or two, and suddenly she’s flirting with you again—what gives? Women give guys mixed signals all the time, but it may not be for the reasons that you think. She’s hot, she’s cold, then she’s hot again. It can be hard to decode a woman’s mixed signals, but once you understand WHY it’s easy to understand what to do about it.
Women give mixed signals for three fundamental reasons. The first is that she’s protecting her own reputation, and doesn’t want to seem “too easy.” The second is that she’s simply using you for validation. The third, and most common in my opinion, is that she simply doesn’t know what she wants from you.
Learning to recognize the difference between these three reasons can be the difference between having sex at her place, and getting the door slammed in your face. So with that in mind, let’s get to it. Here’s the Masculine Development guide to why girls give you mixed signals…and what to do about it.
Several years ago, nobody knew what nofap was. Today, their community on Reddit has over 300,000 subscribers. So what changed? Did thousands of men suddenly become aware of the benefits of nofap? Did the nofap benefits suddenly become mainstream knowledge? Maybe, but I highly doubt it.
Over the past few years, the “nofap” community has been growing in record proportions. What started off as a select few men has now spiraled into mainstream manosphere consciousness. For anyone who’s unaware, nofap is a very simple lifestyle change. There’s two rules, and two rules only:
That’s it. All of these benefits that men are claiming, from zero social anxiety to increased testosterone levels, supposedly came from their engagement with nofap. Is it all bullshit, though? Are these nofap benefits just the placebo effect, or is there something more to them? In this article, I set out to find the truth.
So how long does it take to build muscle? Well, I remember back when I first started working out. I was maybe 15 or 16 years old, and I’d heard that girls liked guys with some muscle. So, being the testosterone-filled highschool student that I was, I decided to get a membership to my local gym.
I sat down with a personal trainer, and he opened up some program meant to forecast my results. It was supposed to show me what I’d look like after six months on his “program,” and holy shit was I impressed. According to his math, I could literally look like the fucking hulk after just six months.
No, that isn’t an exaggeration. I was 5’6″ and weighed about 115 pounds. By his estimate, I would somehow turn into a 6’3″ behemoth weighing 235 pounds within six months. Needless to say, he sold me on some ripoff program that cost $299 (if I remember correctly), and I walked away happy.
Turns out that building muscle is a hell of a lot harder than that, because six months later, I realized I’d been scammed. I literally hadn’t put on a single pound. I didn’t look any different, I didn’t feel any different, and I wasn’t any stronger. So if you want to avoid this hellish six months of wasted work, I suggest you read on.
If you’ve been lurking around bodybuilding forums over the past few years, you’ve no doubt seen the emergence of a new form of chemical enhancement. SARMs, otherwise known as selective androgen receptor modulators, are quickly becoming one of the most popular alternatives to steroids.
…but still, many questions remain. What are SARMs? What kind of results do they give you? Are SARMs legal? What’s a SARMs stack? And perhaps most importantly, what are the potential side effects of taking SARMs? The average lifter knows almost nothing about these compounds.
When taken wisely, SARMs like ligandrol, cardarine, and ostarine can have incredible benefits. You will gain incredible strength, put on tons of muscle, and even keep most of it afterwards. The best part though, is that SARMs have almost none of the side effects that steroids tend to have.
With this in mind, I’ve compiled a definitive, ultimate guide on selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs). My goal is to cover everything you need to know about SARMs, so that by the end of this post, you’ll be rushing to buy some and put on some of that sweet, sweet muscle mass.
I remember the first time I stepped foot into a GNC store. I was only about 15, and was just getting in the world of bodybuilding—so naturally I wanted to buy all of the supplements my idols used. I was quickly greeted by a salesman, who promptly convinced me to buy some GNC whey protein.
Fast forward almost a decade, and I’ve seen it all. I’ve sold tens of thousands of dollars worth of supplements in store, and done even more sales in fitness eBooks online. I’ve tried it all, from the well known C4 pre-workout, to the commonplace GNC whey protein, to even steroids and other black market supplements.
…and I’ve learned a lot along the way. I’ve learned how to find the best whey protein, how to get the best prices on supplements, and even how to prepare for bodybuilding photoshoots in record time. The most important thing I’ve learned however, is how to tell the scams apart from the legit shit.
Let me tell you, I’ve wasted THOUSANDS of dollars on pre-workout bunk, testosterone boosting junk, and whey protein scams. Everything I preach is from experience, and before I even begin this article, I’m going to lay the raw, unfiltered truth at your feet: GNC whey protein is a fucking scam.
As someone who’s been involved in the fitness industry for nearly a decade, let me tell you that a lot of supplements are scams. There’s one that every bro and his cousin recommends however, and that’s the C4 pre workout. Does it live up to the hype, though?
They claim that it’s how you “get big bro,” but is it really? Well in my experience, C4 pre workout isn’t necessarily BAD, but it’s certainly not GOOD by any means. That being said, thanks to expert marketing, great branding, and a lot of hype, they’ve managed to catapult it to the top selling pre-workout of all time.
When you first start working out, dozens of questions circle your mind:
…and while no one article can answer all of these questions, I’m going to try my best to touch upon all of them. I’ve tried everything from illegal, black market pre workouts like JACK3D to run of the mill pre workouts like C4, and here’s my honest review of the latter.