Sex Appeal, Size, & Strength Come With A Price

Do you want a body women drool over?

Do you want to be bigger?

Stronger?

Well guess what.

I hate tell you, but everything in life comes with a price. Even sex appeal. Nothing comes free.

If you want to achieve the physique of your dreams, you must be willing to accept some trade-offs. The first ones that come to mind are your time, the long-term structural integrity of your body, and the image others will perceive of you.


Opportunity Costs

Opportunity costs do not just apply to business.

An opportunity cost is simply the time you spend doing one thing which cannot be spent doing another. This is why you must prioritize the important things in your life. The things that yield the biggest ROI.

All those hours you spend in the gym could be spent doing something else; however, I’m a strong believer that the gym is one of the best time investments you will ever make in your life.

Following a consistent training routine and remaining disciplined in your diet will offer you some of the biggest ROIs in your life.

You will look and feel fantastic. Women will find you more attractive. Men will show you more respect. Chronic aches and pains will begin to disappear.

People will take you more seriously. Fat people generally are not taken seriously, especially in business. Successful people know the importance of remaining healthy and active.

By training, you will increase your testosterone levels, which will make you feel more like a man.

You will be able to face more adversity in your life by building a stronger mindset and pushing through the pain of intense workouts.

You will improve how your brain functions by an increase in blood flow and oxygen.

So be smart, and stay on top of a consistent workout routine. If you want to know where to start, simply ask me.


Structural Integrity

One of the most outrageous excuses I have ever heard for not training, was that they don’t believe in having a consistent gym routine because lifting weights places more wear-and-tear on your body…

Yes, because being overweight and living a sedentary, chair-bound lifestyle doesn’t place strain on your body. Some people really are dumbasses.

If you’re afraid of a little pain, so afraid of potentially hurting yourself in the gym, then do yourself a favor and read Gorilla Mindset. You have the mindset of a pussy and need to develop the mindset of a winner.

Personally, I would rather train with a strong focus on structural integrity (i.e. not doing stupid shit in the gym) and be a muscular beast than a skinny-fat bitch or overweight slob.

Anytime you get off your ass, there is a risk involved. Years and years of training with heavy weights will eventually take a toll on your tendons, ligaments, and joints, especially if you are not smart with your training habits.

Foam rolling, stretching, getting adequate sleep, wearing wrist and knee wraps, and taking joint or other health supplements will help offset the wear-and-tear on your body.

Just realize there are simple steps you can take to mitigate the negative aspects of training, and when you claim you won’t lift because you’re afraid of possible tendonitis, you sound like a complete pussy.


Douchebag Muscle

Nick Hagood - Leg Day

Just a douchebag bodybuilder taking photos for his business. Judge all you want, I’m still bigger than you. :)
While you’re at it, go check out PumpChasers.com and buy 30 of them bitches…

So many people are afraid of looking like a meat-head douchebag.

Instead, they would rather look like a slob or skinny-fat weakling that’s too afraid to be in a room full of larger, leaner lifters. I know, I’ve been there.

At the beginning of college, I was skinny-fat and the only muscle I had was from rock climbing. I was intimidated by larger guys in the gym, so I only lifted briefly for one semester. After I stopped rock climbing, a few years later I became a complete fatass with a beer belly from too many nights of partying.

Don’t allow the “fitness” or “bodybuilding” image deter you from training like a man. When you allow the opinions of others to dictate how you look, you’re acting like a little bitch. Man up.

The only people that hate on those with muscle are those that don’t have any. Haters are simply jealous keyboard warriors that are too busy jacking off with Cheeto fingers to know anything about fitness or bodybuilding.

Nick Hagood - Earn Your Physique

This is me after busting my ass at the gym. Earning the physique of your dreams requires sweat equity, commitment, and discipline.

So get out there and build a body worth admiring. People will know you’re not the stereotypical dumb bodybuilder by your sense of style and how you sound when you open your mouth.

People are going to judge you regardless, so let the losers judge and the winners admire.

Go earn your rewards,

Nick Hagood
Masculinity Rising

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