A disturbing trend we are seeing in this age of decadence is the increase in obesity rates. While it is bad enough that grown adults are consuming too much junk food and pairing it with a sedentary lifestyle, they are likewise subjecting their children to the same fate.
Can we honestly say we are surprised by this revelation however? As the left pushes agendas such as “fat acceptance” and “beautiful at any size” the repercussions are trickling down to our very children. Continue reading “Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cow Boys (or Girls)”
We’ve covered some general martial art/self-defense concepts in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. Now it’s time to dig into some concept specific to certain martial arts. That being said, these concepts can still be applicable to other styles and self-defense in general. In fact, some of these principles are even more valuable than those previously discussed.
In addition to the concept, I will also be listing what style I’ve learned these concepts from in case you are still looking for a style to train in. Without further ado, let’s dig in! Continue reading “Protect Your Family by Learning How to Fight: Part 3”
Vacation. A time for rest, relaxation, over-indulgence and gluttony. Does that sound familiar? Why does our hard work and determination have to stop just because we have a week off? For me, lifting is as much mental as it is physical. If I go more than 3 days without, I start to get mentally uneasy. Today, I’ll post what I’ll be doing while on vacation next week to keep myself psychically and mentally strong.
Continue reading “Anti-Dad Bod: The Family Vacation Lifting Routine”
This is a follow-up post to an earlier article discussing some basic principles that are applicable across all martial arts and self-defense in general. This was originally supposed to be a one-and-done article, but as I began to write, more and more principles and concepts began coming to mind – one of the side effects of being in martial arts for nearly two decades. A blessing and a curse as there’s tons of knowledge stored up in my noggin, but accessing it comes in ebbs and flows. Continue reading “Protect Your Family by Learning How to Fight: Part 2”
Following up on my last post on the topic of martial arts and self defense, I thought it would be prudent to discuss some of the core principles I have learned over the years that strangely seem to get overlooked at most martial arts schools. Today we are going to cover just some basic concepts that are applicable regardless what style you decide to train in, but in the future we will look at some more specific concepts that you will find interesting. Continue reading “Protect Your Family by Learning How to Fight: Part 1”
Lets cut to it, if you’re a married guy with kids, you’re going to have a busy life. Between getting your kids to school, dealing with work, after school activities, birthday parties and all the other things you have to handle, things can get a little out of control it may seem. Rather than letting it get to you, you have to come up with ways to override the time constraints you have. Below are 5 that I use that help me stay on track.
Continue reading “5 Time Saving and Productivity Tips for Guys Running a Family”
Last month, I started my Anti-Dad Bod journey. This post will be a update towards my commitment toward getting into the best shape of my life by my 30th birthday. I have one month down now and I’m going to report my progress thus far.
Continue reading “Anti Dad Bod: Month 1”
- Frame is fluid and will find its own level when a deficit or a surplus of will is applied to change it. The forces that influence that lack or boost of will is irrelevant – just know that the conditions of an operative framework will shift because of them. -Rollo Tomassi
I write this article as a bit of a field report but more so as a way for me to explain something that can be lost on red pilled men, especially married ones. Frame is something that you must control for yourself, but the frame of your marriage, and who is in control of that frame sets the standard for a healthy or decaying relationship. Continue reading “The Triangle of Frame”
“If you will live like no one else, later you can live like no one else.”
Many of you in the Red-Pill community are probably familiar with the term Monk Mode, withdrawing from most social interactions and recreational pastimes in order to focus on completing a specific goal. Many men have utilized this method in order to skyrocket their productivity for short bursts of time, typically anywhere from a week to a month at a time. Continue reading “Married Monk Mode”
Last Monday, I started my Anti-Dad Bod journey. This post will be a reference point and a baseline towards my commitment toward getting into the best shape of my life by my 30th birthday. I have one week down now and I’m going to report my progress thus far.
Continue reading “Anti-Dad Bod: Baseline”