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Default Best get to the gym boys. - 03-02-2014, 12:26 AM

Interesting read recommended from The Rational Male. Whilst having game is vitally important, looks definitely matter. Especially so with the prime SMV 18-24 year old ladies. You can control your looks, get to the gym and have both.

http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/comm/hase...arity_sexy.pdf
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Default 03-02-2014, 07:44 AM

Right. That's about the 5-6th time the word "gym" has stood out for me in the last fortnight, feels like its some kind of subliminal suggestion. Time to look more into this.
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Default 03-02-2014, 06:19 PM

Having a good physique is half a battle, when it come to picking up girls. Not saying that, you can be dumb steroid ass and girls will be swooning around you. But it is certainly a foundation of being attractive.


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Default 24-05-2014, 12:14 PM

Really enjoying the gym at the moment, as much for the psychological benefits.
Totally agree with this!
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Default 24-05-2014, 03:43 PM

I think the amount of total fucking cunts that are into "bro culture" now, the gym makes you quite unattractive. I've noticed recently allot of quality women are put off by gym lads and especially the "look".
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Default 24-05-2014, 04:00 PM

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I think the amount of total fucking cunts that are into "bro culture" now, the gym makes you quite unattractive. I've noticed recently allot of quality women are put off by gym lads and especially the "look".
All I will say is that I've been on both sides of the fence, I've been in terrible shape and in great shape. I can wholeheartedly say that my success with women is much higher when I'm in great shape.

It's easy for people to take it to the extremes but I think every man owes it to himself to at least be in decent physical shape.
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Default 24-05-2014, 05:17 PM

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I think the amount of total fucking cunts that are into "bro culture" now, the gym makes you quite unattractive. I've noticed recently allot of quality women are put off by gym lads and especially the "look".
What exactly is 'the look'?
I owe it to myself to stay in reasonable shape, but I'm certainly not Mr. Universe, I hit the gym probably a few times a week, but nothing excessive.


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Default 25-05-2014, 02:51 PM

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What exactly is 'the look'?

Geordie Shore types. It's become mainstream as fuck and the obnoxiousness of it has made getting buff quite unattractive.
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Default 25-05-2014, 03:12 PM

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Geordie Shore types. It's become mainstream as fuck and the obnoxiousness of it has made getting buff quite unattractive.
I think recently in the UK especially, everything has changed. I was discussing this with a friend recently and I believe everyone has gotten bigger, not only through fitness but lack-of too.

I don't think it has lost its appeal too much clearly from my comment above, but I do believe this lad culture is affecting people's perception towards this type of male.


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Default 11-08-2014, 12:51 PM

A healthy body will definitely affect positively on the functionality of your brain chemistry though... doesnt mean you have to look like arnold shwarzenegger or wear a backwards snapback with huge headphones, but to be physically fit is vital for things like confidence, assertiveness and proper hormonal regulation. Diet and exercise can assist and in some cases completely cure certain mental illnesses in some children and young adults (adhd for example). Imagine the benefits to the "normal" person, personally I always feel I think more clearly, have a more stable mood pattern and interact with greater fluency when I'm on top of my training and diet.
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