Its funny how in today’s society giving our male population manly advice on how to be a man would be shovanistic. This is a topic or a drum beat, that needs to be constantly sounded. The feminization of men in today’s society is a constant ongoing thing and getting worse. Frankie Valley sung a song back in the late 1950’s early 1960’s titled walk like a man and talk like a man. Today you do not hear songs like this anymore for fear of some metro sexual candy ass getting offended or some feminist loser getting offended and acquiring the services of some stupid lawyer to sue on the grounds of gender predigous.

There are several things I would like to touch upon on what makes a man a man along with how a man should carry himself; a set of rules if you will. Victor Pride from “Bold and Determined” created 32 Things Every Man Should Do. I would like to piggy back on this and add to the list. You can read Victors list here:

What a real man should be doing:

1) Talk Like A Man– How many times have you heard a man mumble or speak muffled in response to a question when spoken to? You ask a question and you get a soft or muffled response. This seems to be a major problem starting in our public school system. Many males in our society are taught to be embarrassed and ashamed for being male so when they are spoken to, instead of replying with a stern clear response you get a halfhearted muffled answer. A real man makes his point in a clear concise manner just like a lion roars so that all the other animals can hear him.

2) Shaking Hands like a man– How many times have you met a fellow male, extended your hand for a hand shake only to be greeted with a dead fish of a hand shake? A firm strong hand shake says a lot about the character of an individual. A firm hand shake gives off the impression that you are in control and confident. A sissy hand shake shows that you are a weak sissified man that should be wearing a pink little dress singing show tunes. The hand shake is how men greet and address each other. And please forget the fist bump nonsense. Who came up with that one? Shake hands with a firm grip, but don’t crush the hand, just firm is good enough.

3) Walk tall and confident –I see many men walking around like dweebs with slouched shoulders looking down to the ground. This sort of posture, while walking, gives off a vibe that you are an easy target just waiting for some ghetto street punk hood rat to prey on and attack and rob you or even worse. Walk tall and confident like you own the street looking around at your environment. This gives off a vibe that says, “You will not have a good day if you decide to mess with me.”

4) Be Firm and to the point– Like apostle James says in James 5:12 – Let your “Yes” be yes, and your “No,” no. When you are asked something that requires a yes or no answer, just say Yes or No. No need to elaborate. Don’t waste your time giving lengthy explanations. This is what real men do, men with confidence.

5) Read Victor Prides “30 Days of Discipline” The e-book “30 Days of Discipline” Clickhere to view more details” Discipline is the true hallmark of a real man. Do not expect to accomplish anything without planned discipline. Real men cut the crap and focuses on goals and he does not let anything get in his way.

6) Train with weights and build your body– How can you expect to command respect and carry yourself well with a body of a little girl. It can’t be done. Pot bellies and skinny arms look cute on little babies and not on men. Build your body, build your confidence.

7) Read Victors blog post

8) Men: Learn to FIGHT!!

In this months issue of Frank Zane’s “Building the Body” magazine, there is a great article titled “From Mice to Men ,” which is a psychologist observation of the modern male.Great Article. You can get a quarterly subscription to Frank Zane’s magazine at He teaches old school bodybuilding training and nutrition as well.

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Read “From Mice to Men” here : arnold page1

Until Next Time.

God Bless


Reinvent your life

Many men go through life repeating the same self-destructive and dysfunctional behaviors. They may keep forming attachments to the wrong people or sacrifice themselves so much to others that they neglect their own needs or regard themselves as unworthy, no matter how much they achieve.
While these men say that they would like to live more fulfilling lives, they seem unable to change these patterns, which I call life traps. Life traps are developed in response to emotional damage caused during childhood. Repairing that damage requires three steps:
Learning to recognize the patterns.
Understanding what their origins were in childhood.
Working determined to confront and change the destructive behavior.

Life traps begin when our parents or others stronger than ourselves repeatedly mistreat us in some way. We become emotionally accustomed to the situations, no matter how unsatisfactory they may be. Then, as adults, we continue to create similar situations because that is all we know. Example: Tom’s parents, Holocaust survivors, were terrified that something might happen to their son and discouraged his enjoyment of everyday activities by continually warning him of remote dangers like being trapped in the subway or drowning. The Result – At age 45, Tom was a self-imposed prisoner and hoarder in his own home, dependent on tranquilizers and paralyzed by fear of the outside.

1) Vulnerability – Do you live in fear that disaster – whether natural, criminal, medical or financial is about to strike? Do you tend to exaggerate the danger in everyday situations? As a child, you were probably over protected by parents who constantly warned you about dangers.

2) Defectiveness – Do you feel flawed – like there is something wrong with you? This is found in those who were constantly criticized as children and never given respect. As adults, they still expect rejection and, therefore, fear love.

3) Subjugation – Do you sacrifice your needs and desires in favor of other people’s needs for fear that they will reject you or because you will feel guilty if you please yourself instead? This life trap stems from childhood subjugation or from a parent who was needy.

4) Unrelenting standards – Do you always strive for unrealistically high standards and never feel satisfied with yourself or others? You were probably told as a child that nothing you did was good enough and that anything less than the best was failure.

5) Entitlement – Do you feel that you should have whatever you want right now? Impatient adults who disregard others were likely spoiled children and some never learned self-discipline.

6) Emotional Deprivation – Do you feel that nobody truly understands or loves you? This life trap affects people whose parents gave them inadequate nurturance. As adults, they tend to be attracted to others who are cold and unforgiving or even act that way themselves. In either case, they form relationships that only fulfill their negative expectations.

7) Failure – Do you believe your achievements are inadequate? This life trap develops in children who are constantly told often by their fathers that they are inferior and are tagged stupid, lazy, and untalented. As adults, they tend to act in ways that make them fail and they cannot admit or identify their actual successes.

8) Abandonment – Are you constantly fearful that those close to you will desert you or die? These fears are a response to loss or separation from a parent at an early age or to an emotionally remote mother or father. Many men caught in this life trap are drawn to women who are likely to abandon them, and their fear often makes them cling so tightly that they drive women away.

9) Mistrust – Do you expect to be hurt or abused? Mistrustful adults were often abused physically, sexually or psychologically during childhood. As adults, they are drawn to abusive or untrustworthy partners, and with good partners they may themselves be angry or abusive.

10) Dependence – Do you feel unable to handle everyday events and problems without a lot of help? This develops in those who were made to feel incompetent whenever they tried to demonstrate independence during childhood. As adults, they seek out strong figures to rule their lives and shrink from showing any initiative.

11) Social Exclusion – Do you feel different from other people or ill at ease in group surroundings? As a child, you may have felt rejection by others because of some difference. As an adult, though you might feel comfortable in intimate settings, you still may feel uncomfortable in groups.

You can escape from life traps. Negative patterns formed in childhood can be changed, provided you make a conscious decision to confront your problem. But you must first decide what positive life goals you are seeking. When you identify your own needs and aspirations, not those forced on you by society or as a child, you will realize how the negative patterns locked in by your life traps prevent you from fulfilling your goals. Then you are ready to change.

To Begin start with 30 Day of disciplineClick
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. This will help Make a real man out of you and help destroy all of the mental crap I just mentioned above. You are an adult. Start acting like one and blaming everyone else. Fools and chumps do that.

Your Man


Idiots and Candy Asses Argue and debate with the Masses (Who are Asses)!!

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“How would you feel if you lived on an island populated, apart from yourself, exclusively by retarded, malicious chimpanzees? Well, that’s how I feel, don’t laugh, because you’re one of those retarded, malicious chimpanzees.” – Arthur Jones creator of Nautilus machines and High Intensity training.



For many of you who have been reading my blog posts probably concluded that I work for the school system. Well, I do and hopefully not for long. I have learned a very long time ago that arguing and debating with my fellow “average Joe” colleagues is a complete and total waist of time. There is no point in arguing with people who already have their minds made up. It takes up to much energy and doesn’t produce any results. It ends up with you getting angry, and wanting to get into a fist fight with the idiots and trying to convince someone of something that truly doesn’t matter at all.

Arguments start due to the fact that it is usually initiated by one person trying to prove something to the other person. I say who cares.

Why does it matter to you in pandering to other people? People who are prone to arguing and name-calling have a very hard time understanding anything. Just look at all of the haters that leave their retarded comments on YouTube or even blogs like mine. No matter what you say they are going to think whatever they want to think. No matter how much you argue and pander you can’t change someone who has their mind made up. Just let people think whatever they want and go on with your life. You can go over all of the facts and present your point with all of the facts and figures; there will be those who just will not get it so why even bother.

When women argue back with an emotional response, I would tend to accept it “somewhat” because women are emotional from the get go, but when men do that crap, they are two steps away from wearing women’s underwear and prancing around a daisy patch wearing pink clogs.

Be a Man and don’t argue with fools.



Turn off the Idiot Box (T.V.)


In today’s society many, and I mean many, many, people get all of their information through television. Movies and Hollywood have a profound impact on how the masses think. Television, throughout this present culture, has portrayed men as weaklings and women as strong figures and the youth of our society as wise people to be looked up and listened to. All of this is a complete fallacy. If you stand back and carefully watch what is going on in our society, you will notice that the masses are being brain washed and conditioned to believe a reality that is completely pretend and not real. Television re-wires your mind and alters your consciousness; Studies find that children’s brains are not developing properly; TV turns you into a zombie. Here is what Alex Jones had to say at Info wars, (

Two separate studies this month alone have found that excessive amounts of television, even if it is merely on in the background, can detrimentally effect the development of children’s brains, to the point where they struggle to socially engage when they become older. Add to this the already extensively documented impact that the television has on all of us, the power it has to literally alter our consciousness and shut down critical thinking, and it is no wonder that it was long ago dubbed the idiot box. As reported by Reuters this month, researchers from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), found that background noise emitted from television is so distracting and mesmerizing to children that it is impacting their ability to interact with other human beings and potentially slowing down cognitive thinking and language development.

Over at wiki answers here is an interesting quote from a post left by an anonymous person:

The television set is not the idiot; it is referring to the people watching it. Actually it’s not the idiot box but, the people watching it that are the idiots. They become idiots because the TV makes their intelligence and creativity sub normal.

The Main stream media (lame stream media) are experts in conditioning the masses how to think. Many teachers in our country give home work to students that consist of watching some brain washing science program on public television. Did you know that the schools over in New York city have successfully brain washed students into believing in global warming? There is no diversity of thought. The verdict is still out on the fallacy of man made global warming, but many are lulled into a stupor believing this nonsense propagated through the main stream television media garbage.

The greatest propagandist was the Nazi jack ass Joseph Goebbels. Here is what he had to say:

The rank and file are usually much more primitive than we imagine. Propaganda must therefore always be essentially simple and repetitious. The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly… it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over. Joseph Goebbels Nazi Propaganda Minister.

Here is another quote from Adlof Hitler:

How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don’t think.- Adolf Hitler

Take it from Goebbels and Hitler, true experts on mass-brainwashing. Television is doing that today to many people, just look around. The American corporate mass-media is the world’s greatest practitioner of what its student Goebbels preached: repeating simple-minded lies over and over for months and years, until the lies take on a life of their own and all the American sheeple repeat them unthinkingly as commonly accepted ‘facts’.

“So long as they continued to work and breed, their other activities were without importance. Left to themselves, like cattle turned loose upon the plains of Argentina, they had reverted to a style of life that appeared to be natural to them, a sort of ancestral pattern. They were born, they grew up in the gutters, they went to work at twelve, they passed through a brief blossoming period of beauty and sexual desire, they married at twenty, they were middle-aged at thirty, they died, for the most part, at sixty. Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbors, films, football, beer, and, above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.” – George Orwell, 1984

The fact is that mass media, especially through television, is a source not actively or critically attended to. A researcher named Herbert Krugman, who later became manager of public-opinion research at General Electric, decided to try to discover what goes on physiologically in the brain of a person watching TV. He elicited the co-operation of a twenty-two-year-old secretary and taped a single electrode to the back of her head. The wire from this electrode connected to a computer.

Flicking on the TV, Krugman began monitoring the brain-waves of the subject What he found through repeated trials was that within about thirty seconds, the brain-waves switched from predominantly beta waves, indicating alert and conscious attention, to predominantly alpha waves, indicating an unfocused, receptive lack of attention: the state of aimless fantasy and daydreaming below the threshold of consciousness. When Krugman’s subject turned to reading through a magazine, beta waves reappeared, indicating that conscious and alert attentiveness had replaced the daydreaming state.

What surprised Krugman, who had set out to test the effect of TV-viewing on the mind, was how rapidly the alpha-state emerged. Further research revealed that the brain’s left hemisphere, which processes information logically and analytically, tunes out while the person is watching TV. This tuning-out allows the right hemisphere of the brain, which processes information emotionally and noncritically, to function unimpeded. It appears, wrote Krugman, “that the mode of response to television is more or less constant and very different from the response to print. That is, the basic electrical response of the brain is clearly related to the medium. Television is a communication medium that effortlessly transmits huge quantities of information not thought about at the time of exposure.”

The key phrase in Krugman’s findings was that TV transmits information not thought about at the time of exposure. As Herbert Krugman noted, we do not consciously or rationally attend to the material resonating with our unconscious depths at the time of transmission. Later, however, when we encounter a store display, or a real-life situation, or a name on a ballot that conjures up our television experience of the candidate, a wealth of associations is triggered.

Women, for instance, are carefully trained by media to view themselves as inadequate. They are taught that other women, through the purchases of clothes, cosmetics, food, vocations, avocations, education, etc., are more desirable and feminine than themselves. Her need to constantly revivify her value when compared with this false image through the purchase of merchandise becomes an overwhelming preoccupation, profitable for the merchandisers, but potentially disastrous for the individual. Thus fear, much like all types of emotion, makes people highly vulnerable to subliminal management and control technology. Through repeated, subliminal appeals and reinforcements of these fears, people can be induced into buying, and thinking, almost anything.

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The brainwashing of Americans is too effective a political ploy for the puppet masters to suddenly let the truth get in the way. The pattern is clear: Say what you want people to believe for the front page and on TV (like man made global warming, taxing the rich to benefit the poor, gun control laws and other stupid crap like that), then whisper a halfhearted correction or apology that slips under the radar. It is really quite ingenious in its cynical effectiveness, and American’s only have themselves to blame for being a victim of it.

So, Turn off the Television and become a doer.

God Bless and remember that God gave you a brain to use.


Men: Learn to FIGHT!!

Groun and Pound When I was a kid I read and collected comic books. Many of these comic books had ads in them. Most of the ads were catered to boys. The ads that I saw were ads for BB guns, raising sea monkeys (which are little shrimp creatures), and how to build your muscles with various dynamic tension courses. I also saw, the now famous ads, for the universal bodybuilding system, and I also saw ads on how to learn self-defense. Continue reading Men: Learn to FIGHT!!

Planet Fitness or Planet Sickness

Planet Sickness

I know many of you may have seen the commercials for Planet Fitness where you see all of those skinny metro sexual idiots working-out and a really, stereo typical, dressed in tiny shorts, sleeveless shirt, oiled up, and carrying a gallon jug of water, built guy walks in the gym to join. He is greeted by some know nothing, pencil neck, nerdy little guy in glasses, personal trainer.

Continue reading Planet Fitness or Planet Sickness

Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story Book Review

The new Arnold Schwarzenegger biography has come out recently titled “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story

I have read many reviews on the book, many reviews from people who know absolutely nothing about the man and his bodybuilding career and many negative as well as positive reviews. I would like to share my point of view with you about the book. Continue reading Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story Book Review



The topic of character is a topic I have written about in my last two blogs posts. This is a topic that needs to be constantly talked about. Why, as I said before, CHARACTER is a very rare commodity. Very few people have it. Those who do posses it will stand out leaving the rest of the masses hating on you and trying to take you down to their loser level. Our school, system here in America is rapidly conditioning its students to not have character. Continue reading CHARACTER III