Monthly Archives: May 2014

Human Suffering – Do You Relate?

I’d like to think I relate to the suffering of my fellow man, but I’ve never lost a limb, lost a child to cancer, lived on the street, been overweight, been molested, been black or been screwed over in any way. … Continue reading

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Everybody is Overdosing on Testosterone

Most men pushing 50 years old have low testosterone levels, so a little might do wonders, but most taking testosterone therapy have levels exceeding those they had during puberty. That’s ridiculous! Our bodies are not equipped to process, much less use that much testosterone – … Continue reading

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Best 11 Skin Care Tips

1.  Take a high quality fish oil twice daily – preferably Krill Oil. It’s more readily absorbed by the human body. 2.  Apply fresh squeezed lemon juice to reduce dark spots. 3.  Eat raw vegetables to eliminate bags under the eyes. … Continue reading

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The Key to Happiness – In a Nutshell

Life must have meaning for one to enjoy it, and ‘meaning’ is simply the struggle between what is and what should be. Yes struggle. It’s not the difference between what we have and think we should have. We’re talking accomplishment. … Continue reading

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Free Weights vs. Machines – Which is Better

Although I work out in my garage using kettlebells, weighted vests and a pullup/dip cage – conducting only free weight exercises on my hands and feet, there are many benefits to gyms and gym machines. We often hear that free … Continue reading

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Biceps – The Most Cherished and Worthless Muscles

Every man wants a knot on his arm and every woman takes note of them, but biceps are worthless to sports and functional strength. They’re a vanity muscle and nothing more. God made our biceps small because they were meant to hoist food from our plate … Continue reading

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The Trick to Drilling Skills into Your Subconscious Mind

Continually rehearsing a sport or physical activity will certainly make for precision performance, but if you really want to map your subconscious mind, and make those skills innate, you have to rehearse them at your breaking point. That’s why soldiers are trained at … Continue reading

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The Korean WhoreHouse – A Mind Opener

The most rowdy and crowded street in Pusan, Korea is Texas Street (go figure), littered with whorehouses, drug dealers, and thugs from every country on earth. When we arrived in Pusan for liberty, guess where all the men wanted to … Continue reading

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Increasing Blood Volume Naturally – the Best Edge

Extra blood volume means extra performance, that’s why athletes blood dope and take drugs like EPO (erythropoietin), but full body strength work (a full body pump) can achieve the same result – with the additional benefits of superhuman strength and … Continue reading

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