If you guys are following a lifting program and trying to pack on muscle, you gotta eat. I foolishly had to learn this the hard way and wasted two years lifting while not eating enough for muscle growth. To put on muscle, you need to eat, and you need to eat a lot of wholesome, clean foods,but things like family, work, and other time constraints can get in the way of the nutrition you need. Today, I’ll go over what meal prep is, how I prepare all my food for the week, and how even non-lifters can benefit from cooking all their food at once.
As a father and husband you have to wear many hats. You have to be the protector, the teacher, the strong ox, the one who guides them etc. One thing I’ve also realized is how you also have to be in charge of the finances of your family and how you need to be the one who green lights all expenditures.
I like to define courage as doing what you have to do when things are going crazy. In an age when whining and complaining about the things you have to do are all the rage, having the balls to step up to the plate when you may be unsure is a notable thing. Today we’ll discuss what courage is, how you can apply it differently, and how to keep yourself always prepared to rise to the occasion.
While out at my kids soccer game this weekend, tensions were high. It was a playoff game and both teams were evenly matched. It went into a sudden death shootout and my kid’s team was defeated. It sucked for most parents to deal with this, but one guy in particular started raging and screaming, claiming we had been cheated. He was arguing with the official and his kids looked like they wanted to run away. It got me thinking about how as a father you set the tone that not only others see, but how your children and wife will fall in line. Today’s article will go over how you can be a good role model and leader in these situations.
Note: This is a letter I recently gave to my son on his 13th birthday. He is a good kid, tall, smart and muscular. He has every reason to be on top of his game but has issues with socializing with other kids his age. He lacks confidence in himself, and it shows through fits and temper tantrums. Public school teachers would classify him as ADHD. But beneath it all, he has a strong desire to do the right thing and be honest.
Unlike that letter I proposed to send to my daughter, this one focuses more on his stage in life and the issues he is dealing with, rather than a broad overview of life. I will probably give him another as he gets into his last years of high school.
These days it seems that the second someone is pushed out of their comfort bubble, they lash out and begin to lose control. I’ve been practicing a method on keeping myself focused on the goal when things in my life become hectic. There is a point where you have to decide that you’re in it for the long haul and that despite how crazy the situation, you’re going to kick ass and take names
This is part three of a multi-part series which discusses a method Ben Franklin used to develop his character as a man. Today I’ll go over the next three: Industry, Cleanliness, and Tranquility. Franklin provided a quick explanation of each virtue, but I will provide my own interpretation, as well as how to employ these virtues in your life, and how it relates to red pill theory as a whole.
As the homework assignment for the Way of the Warlord program, I gave the homework assignment to work on how you deal with stress and anger. Today I’ll post 5 things I’ve been doing to keep calm and carry on when things get crazy, and what to do if you do end up loosing your cool
When lifting yesterday morning I had a set of 3 x 12 incline presses I wanted to crush. That is a good amount of reps, but at 5 am it can seem like a daunting task. I ended up getting every rep but I realized I did something different before I even put my hands on the bar. I envisioned me doing the reps with ease. Today, I’ll go over how your mindset going into any task can set you up for success, and how to realign if you’re not focused enough to emerge victorious.