So this is the start of a multi part series on the relationship between the sexes. nothing groundbreaking, but this is just the introduction, because I have a lot of friends that do not understand women.
Men base their attraction on physical features, despite what you may argue that you look for womans with a personality, you will look for physical features first. This stems from primal urges and mating with the female with the best physical attributes. Women on the other hand base attraction on non-physical features: things like power, trust, intellect, intrigue. The way into a woman's undenvear is through her mind.
Men assume that women do not want or do not enjoy sex. The truth is that men enjoy sex on a different level, they enjoy the dominance and the power (or in some cases lack of). For women the experience is the erotic imbalance of pain and pleasure at the same time. Need more proof of this: men have one type of orgasm whereas women have eight different types which are almost like a hitcher scale. Final word on this subject the penis has on average 4,000 nerve endings, compare this to the 8,000. 10,000 found in the clitoris: an gland whose sole purpose is pleasure.
Men assume there is one woman out there for every guy. Women do outlook for the "one" until they are around the age of 26. They will by all factors meet that guy before they are 26. So it is never too late to get out there because girls are always looking to meet guys.
The main reason for men not having a girlfriend or sexual partner is that they do not understand women. The main reason for not understanding women, is not being around enough of them. The main for that is well.., when was the last time you went outside and talked to a woman that wasn't a family relative or girl that sees you as a friend.
Here is some information broken down by Tuna, on ECA stack, which is a legal stack used by bodybuilders and weightlifters during a 'cut', in which they try to lose as much weight (fat) as possible without losing any muscle mass. It is great for seeing amazing results with a propper diet and workout routine.
Here were the recommended dosages to take 3 times per day (This was the ratio used in the scientific studies that went on to prove how effective the ECA Stack was). 1. Ephedrine 20 mg 2. Caffeine 200 mg 3. Aspirin 300 mg Ephedrine: Standard safety recommendations for ephedra were not to consume more than 90mg in a 24 hour period. The pseudoephedrine is great because it comes in 30 mg doses that let you easily control the amount you take.
Caffeine: Vivarin and most generics are perfect because they come in 200 mg doses. Aspirin: I tended to worry about people taking too much aspirin so I like to tell them to find the low dose aspirin that doctors recommend to their heart patients. This low dose aspirin is 81 mg You can also find the natural herbal form of aspirin called white willow that seemed to cause people fewer problems.
The basic recipe for creating the fat burners that used ephedrine is 20 mg of ephedrine plus 200 mg of caffeine for one serving. Most companies recommended 2 or 3 servings per day. To find pure ephedrine today is really very simple. You can find this stimulating chemical in products called bronchial dillators which are used by people everyday that have breathing problems or asthma. Some brand names for bronchial dillators are Primatene, Bronk-Aid and Vasopro. You can find these products in drug stores and even in grocery stores. You can also find the 200 mg of caffeine in brand names like Vivarin or No Doze also in drug stores.
I was asked about diet, so I am going to start with the basic 3 macronutrients that are essential for your diet, losing weight, and overall healthy eating and fitness. This information is taken straight from my favorite diet guide.
Macronutrients are just things like carbohydrates, fats and proteins. All are necessary, and none are evil per se. A (sort of) quick guide: Carbohydrates ("carbs"). Despite what you may have heard, these are not evil. They are a necessary source of energy for your body. The problem is that people over-consume certain sources of carbohydrates, most notably simple sugars from soda and candy, and starches from white bread. If you have to cut down on one macronutrient, cut down on carbohydrates. People in Western cultures consume far too many carbohydrates on average. Proteins. These are necessary for your body to maintain its muscles, repair damage to them, and generally hold itself together. Most people get enough protein, though an intense exercise program may call for eating more for optimal results. If you cannot manage to take enough protein into your diet, protein powder may be the key. Fats. Fats are not evil, either. Eating dietary fat does not mean that body fat will instantly appear on your gut or ass; your body doesn't work that way. Fats perform a variety of necessary functions. The problem is that people over-consume saturated fats and trans fats, which raise LDL ("bad") cholesterol and lower HDL ("good") cholesterol, and under-consume healthy fats like monounsaturated fats (found in high concentrations in olive oil and canola oil) and Omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish, flax seed oil and other sources). Fats also have more calories ounce-for-ounce than carbohydrates and proteins, making very high fat foods astoundingly calorie-dense.
There is some disagreement over what the ideal ratio of carbohydrate to fats to protein in a person's diet should be. In fact, some studies are now showing that this ratio matters much less than previously thought. For most people, something in the neighborhood of 40% carbohydrate calories/30% protein calories/30% fat calories would be about the right ballpark, with approximately 1/3 of your fat calories coming from each type of fat (saturated, polyunsaturated, and monounsaturated). The general population skews towards lower protein, and more carbohydrates and fat, and more importantly tend to get their carbs and proteins from unhealthy sources.
I don't want these diet entries to be too long, so I'll stop here and continue in another entry. Thanks for reading friends! Have a good on all.
What's up everyone? Hello to new visitors, thanks for visiting. I just wanted to share some progress with everyone, this is me in December then me a week ago (end of January). I go to the gym to work out (lift weights) 2-3 times a week, also I eat a healthy diet , no fast food or sodas. I'm starting to notice a difference in strength, definition, and just overall feeling of well-being. I hope you guys get some good dieting and workout information from this blog!
Anyone else trying to get in better shape out there?
Just got back from the gym, I am currently cutting weight with a caloric deficit. It makes me super tired even with coffee and addies.
Good to see new followers! Welcome!
Anyway soft drinks are horrible for you, here's the messed up stuff that happens inside you when you drink a coke from better health news:
In The First 10 minutes:
10 teaspoons of sugar slam into your system. (100% of your recommended daily intake.) Instead of vomiting from the extreme sweetnes (which would most likely occur if you actualy somehow managed to ingest ten teaspoons of actual processed sugar all at once) because phosphoric acid cuts the flavor allowing you to keep it down.
Your blood sugar spikes, which causes your pancreous in turn to emit an insulin burst. Just like a domino, your liver will in turn respond to this by changing any sugar it can get its hands on into fat. (And you've just ingested plenty of sugar, so your liver is finding alot to work with.)
Your body has completly absorbed the caffeine by now. Your pupils dilate and your blood pressure rises. You liver responds and releases more sugar into your bloodstream.
The dopamine production in your body is increased, which stimulates the pleasure centers of your brain. Heroin, and most other drugs, work in exactly the same way.
Over 60 minutes:
The phosphoric acid binds calcium, magnesium and zinc in your lower intestine, providing a further boost in metabolism. This is compounded by high doses of sugar and artificial sweeteners also increasing the urinary excretion of calcium.
Over 60 Minutes:
The caffeine’s diuretic properties come into play. (It makes you have to pee.) It is now assured that you’ll evacuate the bonded calcium, magnesium and zinc that was headed to your bones as well as sodium, electrolyte and water.
Over 60 minutes:
As the party inside of you dies down you’ll start to have a sugar crash. You may become irritable and/or sluggish. You’ve also now, literally, pissed away all the water that was in the Coke. But not before infusing it with valuable nutrients your body could have used for things like even having the ability to hydrate your system or build strong bones and teeth.
Pretty messed up I used to drink like 4 sodas every day!