I’m sure you’ve been told that women love a man with muscles. And you heard right. They love muscles and they love men that have toned bodies. Overweight and overly thin men aren’t considered attractive to some women (not all). However, the bodybuilder physique is also not attractive to most women. They like muscles, but not ones the size of a cannon.
I’ve been working out regularly for about 7-8 years. I got tired of other men getting the women I wanted. I always assumed I could never bang hot women because I’m not your typical tall, dark, and handsome man. Then I started working out and shortly after, I was having no problems with the ladies. They loved my tone body, as opposed to my previous overweight physique.
Working out helps improve your physical appearance and confidence. Without being attractive and confident, it’s hard to get laid. The good news is I was able to start looking and feeling good within a couple of weeks after I started working out. It was amazing how much better I felt about myself. Plus, my body began looking pretty darn good. I’m not the athletic type. I was never good in sports. I grew up eating unhealthy and I smoked. Basically, I was a heart attack waiting to happen. So when I decided I was going to start working out, I really didn’t know how to do it. I came across a workout program online for people such as myself. Within a couple of weeks, I noticed significant results. The following is my workout routine. It’s a 3-part process that ANYONE can do…
Part 1: Start Eating a Healthy Diet
I’ve always been a big eater. But I ate too many sugars, fast-food meals, and greasy burgers. I haven’t stopped eating those things, but I limit myself to one junk meal per week and 2 unhealthy desserts. The rest of my diet consists of lots of fruits, vegetables, red meats (to build muscle), etc. I actually eat a lot of the same foods as before, but I select a “lighter” alternative. For example, I no longer eat salads with regular ranch dressing. Instead, I’ll choose Light Ranch. I also drink a lot of water and make sure I eat 3 full meals per day.
Part 2: Sit-Ups, Push-Ups, Pull-Ups
You don’t have to spend money for your workout, nor does it need to be time consuming. Every morning, before hopping in the shower, I do 50 sit-ups, 50 push-ups, and 20 pull-ups. This takes 5-10 minutes. I’m building strength in my arms and toning my stomach. I also do 50 sit-ups before bed. This is a simple workout routine that anyone can do.
Part 3: Running
I’ll be honest, I had never run a mile before about 7 years ago. I got winded jogging short distances. So when I started running, I was a total mess. I couldn’t do ¼ of a mile without stopping. If you haven’t done much running in your life, this will be a problem for you at first. However, you WILL build up your endurance over time. Start with ¼ of a mile twice a week. Do that for 2 weeks. On the 3rd week, run ½ a mile twice. 2 weeks later, run ¾ of a mile twice. 2 weeks after that, run 1 mile twice per week. Continually build up your endurance. Don’t start out running long distances if you’re not an experienced runner. You really could injure yourself or pass out.