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How much do you bench/lift etc. Do you get compliments on your physique? Do women notice you? The appearance and confidence that comes with it will make it easy.Eternal_water said:There is more to it though, Im physically in very good condition and very toned.
I'm also good socially once I'm past the first 10 or 20 minutes talking to someone new.
My entire problem is finding a way to project my personality in the first few minutes instead of being all robot, where do you work, live etc.
did it ever occur to you that the confidence comes from these people looking better , and not being some insecure dildo that's afraid of the world ?don't said:u r kidding yourself. Muscle adds almost nothing to fighting ability. That went out with the invention of clubs and the throwing of rocks, dude. It certainly went out with the advent of rapidfire repeating firearms. Real fighting ability brings real confidence. Get a black belt in karate, and Class A shooting ability, at IDPA combat pistol matches, and a CCW permit. THEN you truly will have something upon which to base your confidence, instead of just kidding yourself.
Lol. The best fighters are some of the most ripped dudes in the world. Look at MMA fighters, at boxers. And unless you carry a club with you everywhere you go, you better not talk about weapons in a fight.Muscle adds almost nothing to fighting ability. That went out with the invention of clubs and the throwing of rocks.
I agree with this, as well as the original post. I always feel more confident after a weight lifting session, for whatever reason. Maybe it's the hormones, endorphins, I don't know.OC Speedball said:This is good advice (although yes, it has been given a million times). But lifting weights and getting yoked does not equal getting girls.
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I think you said something similar in the thread on aging, and I agree with you. Not about the respect, but about the body responding quickly to weight training. At my age, I think I've built up some sort of muscle memory. Last year I had to stop working out for about six weeks or so because I was tired of this recurring elbow injury I had. I finally decided to give it a good rest once and for all, and it hasn't bothered me since. But the point is, once I started working out again, it all came back very quickly.Atom Smasher said:Ease is also right about respect. When I work out (and my body responds extremely quickly to weight training), I garner much more respect from men.
It's a function of age, I think.bigneil said:It's amazing how fast we can put weight on.