If this is your first visit to SoSuave, I would advise you to START HERE.
It will be the most efficient use of your time.
And you will learn everything you need to know to become a huge success with women.
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
Just did a weighted vest trail today and it felt great. Great date idea with a plateFirst weighted vest walk of the year...3.5 miles but it slowed my pace by almost 3 mins/mile. Gotta work my way back up to under 30 seconds/mile difference then will start with the weighted vest hill climbs.
There is no way I would do this with a plate or on a date with someone. I end up soaked in sweat to the point I have to change shirts and sit on a towel or blanket on the way back so I don't soak sweat into the seat...Just did a weighted vest trail today and it felt great. Great date idea with a plate
I did it, it was fun. Though it was only 2 miles and 40lbsThere is no way I would do this with a plate or on a date with someone. I end up soaked in sweat to the point I have to change shirts and sit on a towel or blanket on the way back so I don't soak sweat into the seat...
Plus my socks are soaked to the point it squishes when I walk...
Would not be conducive to anything good
The information in each issue of The SoSuave Newsletter is too powerful for most guys to handle. If you are an ordinary guy, it is not for you. It is meant for the elite few. Not the unwashed masses.
If you know you can handle it...
If you already have girls calling you at all hours of the day and night, showing up at your door, throwing themselves at you everywhere you go...
Then sign up below.
But if you're just an average Joe, an ordinary guy, no one special – then skip this. It is not for you.
Only half true. You don't seem to understand the process well enough. Walking will do much more in terms of burning fat than most people think.Walking after meals improves my digestion but I heard that most fat is burnt off while we are asleep.
Jogging and stretching doesn't really contribute to what you want to use walking for. Jogging introduces cortisol unnecessarily and isn't going to provide any additional benefits. You would be far better off sprinting for 30 seconds and turn it into an HIIT session of you wanted to do that. Stretching is great to do in warmups for injury prevention but as an actual activity actually kinda sucks in terms of providing any real benefits to fat loss and can actually hinder muscle growth if done too much.I would go further and suggest walking with an occasional light jog for 30 seconds, and then resume walking, and every 5-10 minutes stop to do light stretching. When adding in a stretching element the walk becomes more of a real purposefully healthy exercise with relaxed intentions; whereas if you are stressed out and walking fast while rushing across town because you are running late for the next business meeting it will not provide the same benefits as a leisurely and safe walk in a park.
Walking outdoors is preferable with trees and nature around, and no headphones and no sunglasses. I live in a big city and it is dense urban with buildings everywhere, there are a lot of annoying and inconsiderate people and dangers to navigate around: so the city itself is probably a big cause of cortisol for me.
Stress activates the cortisol. All it takes is one or two encounters with an irate driver or anything like that to spike stress levels. Even the site of litter and filthy streets or drugs and graffiti these all dampen the mood of a walk. But if you are taking long walks in a wooded area on a well paved natural trail and with trees and nature surrounding you it makes a giant difference.
And way better on body composition too...running equals catabolic hormones equals losing muscle and gaining fat pretty much on a constant basis.I used to run 40 miles weekly give or take. Began to shred my joints. Now I walk and lift and once in a while swim.
Much better on my body and doable for years.
Put away your credit card.
You can now read our detailed guide to women and dating for free - Right Here!
You are probably right.It's actually very simplistic, you are not going about it the proper way.
Fat around the midsection equals insulin resistance. I would start following things that fix that.You are probably right.
I’m trying to shed about 20 pounds of fat that is mostly around my midsection with the goal of slimming my midsection and losing love handle fat.
I also aim to be more consistent with calisthenics with the goal of just getting a really tuned up body but not jacked.
I walk around 1 hour every day, at least.