Keep Your Body Svelte

Nothing makes game easier than maxing out your level of attractiveness. If you walk through the club and girls grab your chest as you pass by, if you are dancing and the lady can’t help but rub your torso, if you walk down the street and girls shamelessly eyefuck your body–you have already leapt over boundaries that are hard to overcome.

Four years ago I weighed 185 lbs–over thirty pounds heavier than now. When I look at my passport photo it makes me wonder what I was thinking. That extra chubbiness around the face and neck makes a man look soft, weak, and stupid.

As game was implemented more and more into life, the extra pounds started to shed. At the beginning of this year I was down to 168 but had also been working in the gym hard for six months, growing muscle.

In February, I took a trip to the Amazon jungle, visited a proper shaman and partook in an ayahuasca ceremony. During that most influential journey I could clearly visualize just how important diet is when it comes to your body chemistry.

Not much more matters to your health than the things you ingest.

I could see, right in front of my eyes, just how terrible sugar and processed food–carbohydrates, bread and pasta–is for your entire system, right down to the tiniest molecules.

After that ceremony I cut all processed things out of my diet. And what happened?

At 168 I didn’t look bad–fast forward a month after the ayahuasca–I’m down to 158. My muscles are tight and defined. My cheeks are sharper and jawline is stronger. Girls I know are commenting on how much better I look. Women out at bars and clubs are opening me more and more. The eyefucks on the street are shameless and frequent. These positive reinforcements cement in my mind how important food is.

I would rather starve for a few hours than snack on some shitty fast food or carbs that are readily available. 

A little over a month ago I left for a trip down south to Mexico. While down there I didn’t eat much, healthy food was hard to come by, the sun kept me full of energy, and the frequent sex satiated my appetite. When I returned to New York, I was down to 152. My abs are showing now, they have been hidden since is was 18. My biceps and chest are a little bit smaller because of missed time in the gym, but the muscles are clearly defined. I had to buy some smaller fitted shirts, but the way they show off the taper of my chest is worth it.

All the blathering about my own body has a point: through a little self-discipline and dedication, you can kick your game into hyperdrive. Not only will the women notice, but your confidence will grow because you know that you are a rare specimen in a society of lazy fatties. The girl I pulled from the train last week and a girl I banged last night both commented on my body and couldn’t stop kissing it. So I took their lips and guided them down to blowjobville. Another perk.

Diet is everything. I barely work out. Three or four times a week I hit the gym for about 40 minutes at a time and do simple, intense exercise to keep my muscles strong and in shape.

But what I eat determines everything. I can see it the next day if I cheat and eat pizza or some dumplings.

For those that are curious, here is a breakdown of my typical daily food intake:

8am: Black Tea (straight, no sugar or milk. sometimes honey or red ginger)

1030am: Black Coffee with cinnamon

12pm: Acai, banana, coconut water smoothie with chia seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and nutritional yeast added in.

2pm: Big salad with avocado, beets, hardboiled egg, jalapeno, tomato, cucumber. Straight balsamic vinegar for dressing.

330pm: Workout.

5pm: In my home juicer: 3 carrots, 1 beet, kale/celery, 1 apple, thumb of ginger, tumeric, cayanne.

7/8pm: Some kind of meat, mostly organs: heart, liver, kidneys, tongue, bone marrow, steak, fish, oysters, lobster, anything that was once alive and breathing. A glass or three of red wine and end the meal with black coffee.

9pm–till I get laid. Beer, whiskey and cigarettes.

That’s not a lot of food. The meat is in portions that are under a pound and the morning shake is about 12 ounces. But you don’t need a lot of food to survive. Siddhartha ate like a bird and had one of the greatest minds ever to grace the planet.

So keep diet in mind, it could be the game-hack that will propel you to the next level and change your life completely.

About Goldmund

Goldmund grew up a wild-child and was constantly being disciplined. Using ancient rituals and game, he broke free from the shackles of his mind and the norms of this backwards society. He frequents bars in Brooklyn, mountains in Mexico, and retreats to the desert. His passions are nature and women.

7 comments on “Keep Your Body Svelte

  1. Out of curiosity I put it in to FitDay. All this food, including the beer and/or whiskey adds up to less than 2300 calories. Fat – 90 g Carbs – 170 g Protein – 140 g. What you eat is pretty balanced.

  2. I know you said diet is everything, not so much the workout, but do you do body weight exercises, free weights or both? I cut out carbs completely and my sleep is better, my mood swings are gone and my nose is no longer stuffed. Just wondering if certain workouts are better than others when combined with this more primal/proper diet.

    • I’m on the road a lot and stick to doing bodyweight exercises in motel rooms.

      When I’m planted somewhere, I’ll hit the gym hard and lift. Bench, military press, curls, rows, dips and pullups are my staples.

      My mass goes away fast if I’m out of the gym for too long…no matter how many pushups I do.

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