Category Archives: philosophy

Powerlifting Is a Waste of Time If You’re Natural

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Every now and then a kid with a serious look on the face enters the gym and captures the squat rack. He is ready to “kill it” like real men do. A hardcore beat is pumping through the headphones; the adrenaline factories are working overtime; the feeling that it’s a life or death situations infects […]

10 Spectacular Similarities Between Bodybuilding and the Pick Up Industry

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The pick-up industry and bodybuilding share more layers and mechanisms than it appears at first sight. Like wood and stone, they have different structures, but if the colors are flowing, the elements compliment each other nicely. It’s not a coincidence that the scholars of each craft collaborate frequently. After all, men seeking self-improvement for one […]

5 Reasons Why Bodybuilding is a Form of Pyramid Scheme

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1. It Fits the Definition of a Pyramid Scheme A pyramid scheme is a structure that allows few to benefit at the expense of others. The members make money by selling a dream to new recruits who are expected to do the same to receive a higher rank. The earlier you join a pyramid scheme, […]

9 Legit Reasons to Skip Leg Day (mainstream bodybuilding dogma got it wrong)

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The worshipers of the muscle fiber take great pride in “trashing” their legs through various movements resembling light medieval barbarity. The mainstream bodybuilding axiom teaches that if you are not blasting your legs, you are not covering the requirements needed for the formation of a physique capable of triggering wicked levels of external admiration.  Some […]

Why Vegan Gains and All Other Plant Eaters Are Kids Who Don’t Understand Life

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Killing animals, eating them and turning their flesh and bones into clothing, weapons and tools was once as natural as breathing. Today, there are influential vegan teachings actively condemning similar actions. What happened? What is the driving force behind that revolution? Pain and sorrow. Mammals have a lot in common. Our nervous systems and bodies […]