These are considered “secrets” because most of us feel too vulnerable to come out and say them out loud. This list is not meant to generalize all Christians.
As guys, we’re taught to be tough, and not show any vulnerability or emotion. Or, maybe you’ve been wearing the nice guy mask too long. If you’ve lived either act for years, you could probably use some work in the complimenting department. In fact, we all can. Affirm your girl all you want. Tell her she’s amazing, but if it doesn’t ring true for her and if she doesn’t believe you, you’re just speaking empty words. You should be complimenting, but do it right….and here’s how you can make sure your compliments will work.
You may have heard of the spot-reduction myth: the idea that you can reduce fat in one area of your body by doing tons and tons of reps…like doing 500 sit ups a day for a six-pack. Experienced bodybuilders will tell you the best way to really reduce your body fat is by doing low intensity cardio and monitoring your caloric intake. However, there is a hybrid of the two ideas that yields positive results.
If you’ve been to this site a few times, you might be drawn by the same ideals that have brought me here. I want to be this good guy, but for some reason, this ideal has been elusive for me. I don’t even know what I’m shooting for. I can do everything right and follow everything play by play, but does that make me a new guy?
The annual Saving Innocence Gala is this Thursday night in Los Angeles. Wilson Bethel, star of “Hart of Dixie,” took some time with goodguyswag.com to share about his bad boy role and why he has chosen to get involved in the fight against sex trafficking.
Black Friday marks the beginning of a very stressful time period for us guys. Suit up. It’s time to go shopping for her. Yes, it’s that mind-boggling and tortuous season of racking your brain for a suitable gift that hopefully won’t end up in exchange or credit. If you’re plumb out of ideas, there’s no need to fear. Former Miss USAs and state titleholders came together to make sure you win with her this Christmas.
“Being a good guy is a way of life, and is not a set of rules. No two good guys will look alike because everyone is on a journey, and the only benchmark is where you’ve come from. The basis of this site is that a good guy seeks to better himself in his mind, his body, and his soul.”
And that’s essentially the point of dating, isn’t it? It’s being in the car with another person just for the sake of being in the car with them. It’s getting to know someone for the sake of not being alone. It’s driving without a clear sense of direction.
Anyone who has spent any time at a gym can spot a meathead from a mile away. These are the guys that grunt and yell, flex after every set, and throw the loaded bar on the ground when they’re done. Being a good guy is calling yourself to a higher standard everywhere, including the gym. Here are 5 ways to avoid being “that guy” and how to be a good guy at the gym
For many years, I found my identity in being the big guy. I spent all of my time developing a physique to cover up the weakness within.
The guys over at the “Road to Ripped” podcast invited me over to do an interview talking about goodguyswag and what it has to do with fitness.