To preface this article, I would not consider myself a Red Pill guru, though I have been part of the Red Pill community conversing with many knowledgeable men for 3 to 4 years now. I still have many topics to both learn and master, but during my digital travels I have noticed something that has troubled me.
Throughout many sites and platforms, men gather to discuss issues such as game/frame, fitness, politics, religion, and finances. This is all well and good, but there always seems to be an underlying cynicism on many of the sites Continue reading “Transcending the Red Pill”
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)”
“What we feel is a choice.”
Control your emotions.
We hear this phrase tossed around a lot, but rarely do we sit down and ponder its full implications.
What does it mean to control our emotions?
Should men simply wear a poker face at all times?
The answer surprisingly is absolutely not. Humans are naturally emotive creatures. It’s a tool to help us process the world around us and to properly respond. Someone who tells you to control your emotions might mean well, but probably has a limited understanding of the subject. Continue reading “Control Your Emotions – Fear and Rage”
Marriage can be tricky at times because you are constantly around your wife, especially if you have kids. I’ve noticed a fundamental flaw in a majority of married men and its that they spend all of their free time with their wife and children. Being there for them as a provider and protector is part and parcel of being a father/husband, but you need to spend time by yourself. We’ll go over what happens when you don’t have time for yourself, things you can do when you’re alone to have a positive impact on your life, and how to assert your wants/needs in your relationship without having to get into an argument. Continue reading “The Need to Fly Solo”
On July 2, 2017 I took part in the 2nd #ManChat discussion hosted by Ryan Stephens. Here is the link to the highlights where many more participants weighed in on the questions posed by Ryan.
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”
When out with your family, chances are you’re going to be piled into your family car. I don’t care if its a minivan (okay I do but I’ll let it go for the sake of knowledge), a sedan, or a pickup truck, having the supplies you need when you’re stranded or even just in a pinch will help you control the situation a little better than the guy who has nothing. Today, I’ll tell you some things you should keep in your car at all times and some things you may not have considered.
Continue reading “How To Build A Bug Out Box for Your Vehicle”
Last Sunday, I took part in the first of hopefully many #ManChat discussions hosted by Ryan Stephens. Here is a link to the questions brought up and some of the answers from people like Mark Baxter, Iris, and yours truly. Enjoy.
Inaugural #ManChat Highlights