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Remove them, for a second. Get rid of the things in our lives that do work for us, the cars, trucks, and machines. Go back to our primal roots if you want to see what a man must be; a protector, a defender, and a warrior. To identify or define things we often look at their opposite. To explain night we talk about day, to define happiness we explain sadness, to define masculinity it helps to look at its opposite, femininity and women.

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The Alpha Male Guide to Strength: Why A Man Must Be Strong to Be Called a Man

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Remove them, for a second. Get rid of the things in our lives that do work for us, the cars, trucks, and machines. Go back to our primal roots if you want to see what a man must be; a protector, a defender, and a warrior. To identify or define things we often look at their opposite. To explain night we talk about day, to define happiness we explain sadness, to define masculinity it helps to look at its opposite, femininity and women.

Can a woman become stronger than a man? Strength has no bearing on whether a woman is feminine or a better woman or a more desirable woman, but for men strength is something much more important. A strong man is a more masculine man because it brings him further from being a more feminine one, it broadens that gap, it further highlights his separation from the feminine.

Hell no. Women should lift. They need to lift. They need to train with weights to be at their best and, damnit, to look their best.

Go back to that stripped away, uncivilized, primal society where we are who we are and have no machines to aid us, no inventions that allow us to fake strength and artificially obtain usefulness. The defenders, the men on the outside of the circle are the masculine men, the strong men, the most important men, for without the defenders and the warriors no other men can exist.

Without said warriors none of the other men or women in a society would be free to do what they want to do and be who they want to be. You take away the warriors, or you have weak warriors, everyone loses, everyone dies, no freedom can exist. If, then, strength of the physical variety is a defining characteristic or virtue of manliness or masculinity in our primal society where men were tasked with defending the tribe, where the stronger men were the leaders because they could be depended on to keep the rest of the men and women of the tribe safe, where is its place in our modern, civilized society?

We have aids, machines, things that take away the need for strength. To say I salute you would be an understatement. To say your sacrifices are appreciated would be the same. Not all of us live in this blissful ignorance, failing to see where our freedom comes from. But we still have a tribe, within the gates and confines of our culture we still have tribes that need defending, families that need a leader, friends that need a man.

They can take care of themselves, defend themselves, and strength is a virtue they posses within themselves, a masculine virtue, a necessary virtue. So yes, even as our society has evolved or regressed and mutated into something that it should have never become, depending on how you look at it strength, physical strength, is still a necessary masculine virtue and something we as men need to develop to be masculine men.

Strength of spirit, the ability to stand firm on your principles and fight for them and persist and endure and never quit. So how do we become stronger and is it merely a matter of lifting heavy weights? When training for strength, lifting to failure is rarely done, if ever done outside of testing.

Form and speed is more important than failure. Lift until your form breaks down or your speed slows. Within each lift you should be lifting as fast as humanly possible. The basis of your strength program will focus around those three types of lifts and lifting speeds.

The third will be explosive, purely explosive, a bit lighter, and more focused on that explosive power and an explosive movement like a clean. Everything about this set is fast.

Rest periods: seconds in between each exercise, with the same rest period coming at the end of the complex. This may not be a popular outlook on what manliness is or what masculinity is because people often equate physical strength with a lack of mental strength or intelligence.

Train your body for battle, your fingers for war. Train yourself to be able to be truly free and self-reliant by being free of weakness, releasing your protection from the hands of your government and taking it back in your own.

Be a man, a masculine man, a strong man, a warrior. Widen the gap. Move closer to pure, raw masculinity and start with the barbell as your ally in your quest to become the best man you can become.

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The Difference Between A Weak Man And A Strong Man

Jayson 5 Comments. For example, if you are married, your wife will teach you about pain and show you where you are weak. You might think the grass is greener somewhere else. Then, you may leave your wife whilst pointing the finger at her, or she may eventually leave you.

Look, most of us rational human beings can agree that feminism is a good thing. There are major differences between men and women. One of the most significant differences between men and women is physical strength.

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Apr 24, - We men are entitled too. We want to feel fit and great without lifting a finger, or we want a great relationship without putting in the work. Notice.

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Comments: 1
  1. Nik

    Completely I share your opinion. It seems to me it is good idea. I agree with you.

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