How To Achieve The Physique Of The King Of The Jungle

Posted on August 28, 2017 in Alpha, Alpha Physique, Happiness, Lifestyle, Looks, Money, Physique, Women

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Note: This was a guest post written for Charles Sledge, a great blog for self-improvement for men. Go over there and have a look!

Men have lost their way. Most of us have become feminine, dependent, weak and under-confident. Most men are useless with women, and struggle to get laid consistently.

In fact, approximately 80% of men fall under this “feminized” umbrella. This needs to change, and today, I’m going to share my journey with you – my journey escaping from the 80%, and into the abundant life of top 20% – into the life of freedom and fun.

80%! Man, I don’t know about you, but I’m cringing right now simply looking at that figure. OUCH! What’s worse? Men convince themselves that it’s okay. Some statements I’ve heard over the past few years from these unfortunate Betas:

“B-B-But sex isn’t that important. There’s more important things in life. Stop being such a shallow arsehole!” Correct, there are more important things in life, but if you don’t know how to get laid, it’s impossible to have relationships with women whereby you’re free. She knows you don’t have many options, and over time, she knows you will submit to her will, against your own interests (aka become pussy-whipped).

“Having big muscles only attracts men – are you gay or something?” I can tell you for a fact that’s completely false. Women love fantastic physiques, trust me. There is a tiny element of truth to the above statement, in the sense that men do respect other men who are obviously very strong. It’s not a sexual thing. It’s just respect.

I will admit that there is a point of diminishing returns, and beyond this point, you’re better off focusing your efforts on becoming really lean, and maintaining that. But if you’re new to the Fitness Game, then you don’t need to worry about that for a long time.

“Money isn’t important, there are more important things in life than money.” OR, Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness™, or The Best Things In Life Are Free™.

Oh someone please kill me.

Yes, there is more to life than money, but money is the absolute baseline requirement for freedom. People love to rationalise and defend their own crappy circumstances. This is the opposite of self-development.

With no money, you’re fucked, no matter how (temporarily) in love you may be, no matter how good your friends are, no matter how smart you are etc.

Ignore people who come out with similarly daft statements if you want to live a life of masculine happiness and freedom. Having a lean, muscled physique, sex on tap, and a decent income allows you to do this. Other supposedly “more important” things tend to naturally and sustainably follow after these baselines are met, particularly if you refuse to compromise on your personal freedom.

The dating world is radically different now to how it used to be many years ago. If you want to bed a variety of the hottest women in the modern world, on a regular basis with no dry spells, you need to be good in all departments. If you want to become more masculine, and more free, you need to be good in the three key areas.

Looks, sex and money. You need all three.

The four distinct levels of achievement with women are:

1) Virgin

2) Gets laid sporadically, within the context of a committed relationship with a dominant, average-looking woman

3) Gets laid a fair amount, with hot women, however tends to go through dry spells every year

4) Gets laid literally whenever he wants, all year, with hot women

Most men are stuck at stage 2, which simply isn’t good enough if you want to be free and happy (which is virtually the same thing for a man – happiness follows freedom).

We need to all be striving to achieve level 4. When you do eventually reach that level, you feel invincible. The knowledge that you have access to sex with hot women whenever you want it is very, very powerful. It’s a great place to be.

So, how do we get there? How do we transition from one of the 80%, into one of the 20%?

Let me share my personal experience with you.

Note: This is a guest post for Charles Sledge – a great self-improvement source for men. Go over there to read the rest of the article.

 

 

 

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