3 Ways To Become More Attractive – Maximise Your Sex Appeal
Tall, strong and handsome; the three physical traits that a guy can have that will make him more externally attractive. Looks matter, and frankly, about 80% (or more!) of guys aren’t happy with how they look. How do I know this? Because I interact with a lot of guys.
Now, you may be thinking “Tall?! Well I can’t do anything about that! I’m screwed! I knew this fitness thing was a waste of time!”
Ahhhh just calm down a second. You don’t need all three. Just two. I know loads of guys who are tall, but never get laid. I know strong Bodybuilder types who are useless with women. I know very, very good-looking guys who get friend-zoned all the time, so relax.
Get good in two areas and you’re pretty much sorted as far as the external is concerned.
Tall, Strong & Handsome
Unless you’ve got horrendous posture, the only two we can realistically address is the latter two; strong and handsome. What is strong? How do we measure this?
Unfortunately it’s a subjective, case by case thing. But I can tell you this: women are naturally attracted to strong men. Men are naturally inclined to respect strong men. When I say strong, I mean strong-looking. Skinny boy isn’t going to cut it, and all things being equal, the stronger looking guy will be more attractive to most.
Strength is attractive because biologically-speaking is symbolises security. Humans crave security, and only the strong posses this.
Obvious indicators of strength are:
- Visible muscles (this is where clothing is important)
- A thick neck/traps
- Broad shoulders
- A thick jaw
Having a plethora of the above will make you more attractive, without question. Think Tom Hardy, Channing Tatum etc. You don’t need to be Ronnie Coleman to have enough muscle – obviously that’s insane. And it looks daft.
Gaining muscle by going to the gym is one of the most obvious things to do to become more attractive. But here’s a few extra points to take note of:
- Don’t focus on mirror muscles – do deadlifts, squats and shoulder work.
- Eat a small calorie surplus until you’re satisfied with your gains.
- Do plenty of trap work.
How To Become More Handsome
Now you’ve worked on your muscle levels, it’s time to become more handsome. It’s not enough to look strong and masculine. Think of your average pumped up, troll-like gym bro. They don’t do well with women because they’re ugly. Sorry, but it’s that simple.
Therefore clearly you need more than muscle. You also need to actually look aesthetic to some degree.
So how do we avoid looking like bloated trolls?
Think of male models. Think of the likes of Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Daniel Craig. Apart from Daniel Craig, none of them really have any muscle whatsoever. At least they don’t in the year 2018 (Brad Pitt did have some in Troy many years ago). But what do they all have in common?
They all, of course, have lean-looking faces and physiques. Low body fat.
When I say lean, I mean they look lean when they’re in clothes. In reality, they’re probably not that lean, but their faces appear lean, and that’s the crucial thing. They also appear to have narrow waistlines.
The quickest, easiest and most common way the vast, vast majority of men INSTANTLY make themselves less attractive, is by gaining about 10-20 pounds of blubber. Because it shows in their faces.
Now, I’m not denying that there is a large genetic component behind all of this – there absolutely is. But my point is that it’s a waste of time focusing on what you can’t control. Instead, focus on what you can control – your masculinity/strength, and how lean you appear.
There you go – that’s how you become more attractive. Gain some muscle, gain a lot of muscle in the right areas, and make yourself look leaner (by losing fat). Always remember that people can spot poor fitness from a mile away:
- Chubby cheeks
- Double chins
- Lack of a jawline
- Bulging bellies
- Boobs (when there shouldn’t be any)
It’s time to eliminate these, as they’re harming your attractiveness big time. You may never be on the same level as George Clooney, but you are 100% short-changing yourself and robbing yourself of your true potential if you don’t sort it out.
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