You are a guy who makes things happen. A guy who takes charge and moves the earth whenever necessary. Right?
Well, sometimes we like to think of ourselves this way… but it’s not always our day-to-day reality. That’s why, in this issue of the “Just for Guys” Newsletter, we’re talking about making things happen.
So, for example, if you want to have a bigger penis, make it happen.
If you want to stop talking about finding a girlfriend or a date — and actually get one — here’s how to do it.
And if you want to make big changes to your health and your physique with a quick cardio tune-up, here’s how you can get ‘er done.
It’s up to you. And you can most definitely do it.
Believe In Your PenisBy A.J. Alfaro
Male enhancement isn’t instantaneous — penis gains appear at different rates for different men. Belief in the penis enlargement process and commitment to your routine of penis exercises are the keys to achieving the penis growth you dream of.
Measuring Up: How to Stay Patient as You Wait for Your Penis Gains
It seems that some guys get involved in penis enlargement exercises but are either not satisfied with their penis gains or don’t make any at all. Why does that happen? What’s going on?
More importantly, will it happen to you?
It’s not that penis enlargement exercises don’t work (they do), nor are these particular men somehow immune to the effects of penis exercises. Everyone’s tissues stretch and strengthen in the same way.
Most of the time, it’s due to a lack of motivation that’s tied to a lack of belief in the penis enlargement process, or a lack of belief in yourself.
It’s too easy to get discouraged if you look for penis gains each and every day…
The key to reaching your male enhancement goals is staying committed to the process while staying focused on your end result.
But Penis Gains Were Easy for That Guy…
We’ve all heard stories about the great results some men have achieved. Is there something that makes them special?
It’s possible that body composition and health are responsible to some degree, but a bigger factor is that these gentlemen put in the time to learn about penis enlargement and stuck to their routines.
They probably had just as many doubts about their penis gains along the way as the rest of us — but they kept going.
When they reached plateaus they assessed what the problem was, fixed it, and went on to get the job done. They also believed in the penis growth process.
According to male enhancement trainer Mike Salvini, “When I first started penis enlargement it was an amazing new world filled with great potentials and new hopes and dreams…Within the first few weeks you will notice changes happening.“
But does that mean everyone experiences changes at the same rate?
Says Salvini, “I think the difference between the slow and fast gainer is knowing the force and intensity of the exercises and using the proper techniques with skillful form.”
Men who have achieved great results believed in their goals and in their future success, so they did all the things necessary for them to succeed.
You and Your Dreams of a Bigger Penis
So what’s the key to achieving outstanding penis gains?
Your ability to set a goal and to keep working steadily towards it will do more to help you reach your dreams — in penis enlargement and in life — than genetics, available time, or intelligence.
Set your goal and dedicate yourself to sticking to it!
Visualizing your goals is an important way to stay committed. Picture yourself with the penis of your dreams hanging between your legs.
Don’t worry about the details of your penis gains right now — your penis exercises can be adjusted to fit your needs.
Once you can visualize what you want to accomplish, things will start to fall into place for you.
Ready, Set, GO… Now Just Keep Going!
No one can promise you the size that you want instantly, but a few weeks of penis exercises (done properly) will give you noticeable improvements in stamina and hardness, with measurable penis gains usually just around the corner.
Stick with it, and you just may get the penis gains of your dreams. Believe in yourself and your methods, and you’ll be surprised at what you can accomplish!
The Difference Between “Talkers” and “Doers”
I have long made the distinction between “talkers” and “doers,” recognizing that most of the world are talkers, interspersed with an elite few doers.
Why are there so many talkers and so few doers?
The answer is simple: it’s easy to hide behind words and opinions instead of putting your ass on the line in the real world with the very real possibility of getting hurt.
The Dangerous World of the Doer
Talkers are afraid of pain, ego-bruising, loss and setbacks and will do anything to avoid them — including living a mediocre, safe life. And they attract mediocre women who are never truly happy with them.
Doers, on the other hand, have footprints and calluses on their asses. They have scars, punctured egos, and a litany of failures a mile long. They also have successes talkers never will.
They live exciting lives, full of APPARENT danger to talkers. But that’s the rub — the so-called danger is not really dangerous. Punctured egos re-inflate, and bruises fade quickly… but success earned is more persistent.
Doers recognize that mediocrity is the real danger, and avoid it at all costs.
Fact: Chicks Dig Doers
If you read any romance novel (written by women, for women), the hero is always a doer. He’s dangerous, he’s exciting, he’s passionate, and he’s always in motion. Women are programmed to respond to doers, and avoid talkers.
Do they settle for talkers? Sure, they settle. But when a doer comes along, they bolt. And besides, who wants to be the kind of man a woman settles for anyway?
So be a doer. Make it your philosophy of life. Avoid talkers.
Get your ass kicked a few times and pull through it. Live a deliberately exciting life, and in the end you will attract the woman you really want — and one who really wants you, too.
Let the talkers keep talking. They have no clue what they’re missing anyway.
“Just For Guys” Fun Fact…
Women usually speak about 20,000 words each day, while men only speak about 7,000!
How to Kickstart Your Cardio Program
By Mike Wonnacott
We all know that cardiovascular exercise is one of the most important components of any fitness plan… but most of us don’t really know why — much less how to do it effectively. How much cardio is enough? And what’s it really doing for you, anyway?
More than you think. A good cardio program can and will do all of the following:
- Lower blood pressure
- Increase HDL cholesterol
- Decrease total cholesterol
- Decrease body fat due to utilizing fat as energy
- Increase heart function and its ability to pump more blood
- Decrease stress reactions and anxiety
- Reduce glucose-stimulated insulin
- Increase oxygen output to body
- Decrease resting heart rate
- Increase cardiac output
- Increase aerobic work capacity
Now that we know how good this form of exercise is for you, let’s examine the components of a proper program.
The Cardio Warm-up
The warm-up should increase your heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen consumption and increase flexibility, causing your core temperature to rise and allow you to be ready for more intense sustained exercise.
A proper warm-up consists of:
- A warm-up activity. This is a warm-up to get the blood flowing into the muscles. This also heats up the muscles making them less prone to injury.
- Stretching or flexibility. This is to be performed on the muscle groups you will be exercising during your cardiovascular activity. An example would be a quadriceps stretch before bicycling.
The warm-up phase should last anywhere from five to ten minutes.
Stretching should always follow the low intensity aerobic warm-up activity as it is easier to stretch the muscle groups when they are warm. Try to hold your stretch for at least 20 seconds during the warm-up.
The Cardiovascular Exercise
Whether you’re beginning a new cardio program or tweaking your existing workouts, it’s important to remember the standard rule of cardio: FIT.
Yes, cardiovascular exercise will get you fit, but in this context fit means:
A cardio program that incorporates the rules of “FIT” will whip you into better shape in no time. Let’s break it down:
- Frequency: This refers to the number of times per week you perform cardiovascular exercise. To improve cardiovascular fitness levels, a minimum of three days a week is recommended.But for some people it may be of benefit to exercise every day, while others may require two cardiovascular exercises a day. Remember: don’t overdo it too soon; instead, progress slowly and efficiently.
- Intensity: Intensity level is a very important part of any exercise program. Exercising at correct levels can make a big difference in the effectiveness of a program. The right intensity is important for a person who wants to build a base of fitness or for a person who just wants to burn fat. Heart rate is the best indicator of intensity and a simply calculation can tell you where you want to be.Use the following formula: 220 – (your age) = X. 75% of X = target heart rate.So, for example, if you are 36 years old, the formula would be: 220-36 = 184. 75% of 184 is 138. Your target heart rate is 138 beats per minute.
- Time: Exercise should last a minimum of 20 minutes with the best results coming after a longer period of time at your target heart rate. Most people can get good cardiovascular fitness and body fat burning utilization at 20 to 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise.People who are just beginning a program should start slowly and progress over time. A person who rarely has exercised should start at 10 to 12 minutes including a 5 minute warm-up, and increase this by about two minutes per week until they are above 20 minutes.
The Cardio Cool-down
A cool-down consists of slowing down the intensity level of the cardiovascular activity you are performing — slowly. Stopping exercise suddenly can be dangerous.
A cool-down keeps the body circulating blood and keeps blood from pooling in the veins. This is extremely important for people who are in the beginning stages of an exercise program.
A proper cool-down should last about five to 10 minutes. If the cardiovascular activity is performed for longer periods or is of higher intensity, the cool down phase should last longer.
See You Next Time!
A bigger penis, a more active dating life, and a cardio program that’s going to bring out that muscley six pack that’s been hibernating underneath the results of drinking all those six packs. Sounds like the all-over tune-up any man needs!
Let us know how our tips and advice are working for you — and what you want to hear about next. Email us at editor@JustForGuys.com or visit us on the website at www.JustForGuys.com.
To better living,Craig JacksonEditor, JustForGuys.com