The future of Western civilization depends on you. Whether you are single or have a family, part of ensuring that future means being a man of strength. We have grown too comfortable enjoying the fruits of our civilization-building ancestors and now the wolves are at the door. We have gotten fat, weak, and slow.
If you are single, there is nothing more attractive than a powerfully built man. Women are damn near helpless against it. Their biology screams in their ears, “mate now”. But western men are no longer likely to be fit, athletic, or strong. We are desk jockeys and keyboard warriors. Meanwhile our enemies celebrate masculinity. They refuse to apologize for it, the way that we’ve been conditioned to by decades of progressive policy. And far too many of our women have answered their biological call to mate with these men, these enemies of the west.
If you are married, you owe it to your family to be their last line of defense. Your physical presence should say, “don’t even think about it motherfucker!” Honestly, what the fuck is this guy going to defend against?
What’s to stop me from kicking down his door, taking his cup, pissing in it, and forcing him to drink it? Not a damn thing. Sure he could call the police after the fact, but not before the damage was done. And here is the kicker: The enemies of the West lack the civilized culture to stop at simply humiliating such a man. They will beat him, rape him, rape his wife and children, torture them, and brutally murder them.
You owe it to your ancestors to be a man of strength. The fighting, dreaming, working, and struggling they did to forge their way through time so that you could be here today. Their life is in you and will continue in your children. If their sacrifices are to not have been in vain, you must be strong to ensure that your children have a place in the world. Now that you know why you must lift, I’ll spend the next few weeks going over the three basic lifts that should be the foundation of any routine, and the meal planning that will lead to success.
Do you plan to address how someone with limited time and resources can accomplish these goals? For example, what about a fellow that cannot go to a gym (for whatever reason) nor has the financial ability to purchase lots of weights.
Just a scenario. I realize that most of us could either make time or purchase equipment. I mainly just wonder if you will address those who might not be able to do so.
Pushups. Pullups, if you can find something to pull up on. Crunches. Even 15 minutes a day can make a difference.
Yes, there is an up coming article that addresses “no gym”. And if you do it all you will wish you just went to the gym.
My main problem is meal planning, I’m looking forward to that one. I’ve done well for my strength exercises, but the hunger always gets me.
the article that posts tomorrow covers the very basics for meal prep. And in a few weeks I break it down even further. But the biggest thing is being proactive. It’s either a lifestyle, or a hobby. Beast is a lifestyle.
Promising start and call to arms. Good to be here.
Another option I found and have been working for the last couple of weeks. “You Are Your Own Gym” — the book by Mark Lauren, and the app on your phone. Read the book first because you won’t necessarily understand the app at first. eBook is under $15 and the app is $6(?). It’s a body-weight program developed by one of the trainers for the US Special Forces. I do the warm-up and cool-down routines too, which means that a workout is 40 minutes, but two weeks already shows some good results. If you have a room, two chairs and a towel, you’re pretty much good to go.
Mein lieber Donnerschwanze,
Indeed. I exercise six days a week (three days of lifting weights, and three days cardio) and at 42 years old look far better than my peers. All it takes is one hour per exercise session. You have to be persistent and consistent, though. The days when you do not want to work out are the most important sessions of all (for the body and for the soul).
Check out Ross Boxing / Ross Training for inspiration.
The mind is the link between the two. The will to be fit is a lifestyle choice and requires no elaborate equipment. Just running, push-ups, pull-ups, free squats, etc. Moderation of diet is also key and is a function of choice (mind). You will be the man in the photo if you neglect body and mind (will to reality). However, lifting weights a few times per week yields better results and adds a lot of variety. Small gains over long periods with dedication. Also important are age, fitness level, and injury status. Jujitsu if you can for confidence. Get started now if you are out of balance. Men don’t make excuses and anything beats having your door kicked in an being forced to drink a mug of piss.
Push ups, sit ups, and jumping jacks don’t require any equipment and the first two *are* strength training. Running in place doesn’t take you out of your home. The committed man can do exercises anywhere (even underwater on a submarine).
But first, how do you present yourself? Do you walk with your head down in your cell phone or with earbuds in staring off into space or are you alert to the people around you, head up and scanning the crowd? Do you stroll aimlessly or walk directly towards your destination? Are you wandering along or are you a man on a mission?
I had long-term posture problems that made me hunch forward so I didn’t look like much walking by. I went to see a PT to address my shoulder problems and the first thing he got me to do was pull my shoulders back and stand upright (Thanks Mom, I wish I listened to you years ago!). Now I walk with my shoulders back and head up, with a whole different presentation.
Small things, little things but a place to start becoming a Man of Strength
No kidding. Posture not only affects you and your attitude, but holding your head high and being alert also tends to make the hot little number at the grocery store hit on you.
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