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    rangel_angel54 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    Just curious do you guys engage in any particular sports that keep your mental state healthy as well as being disciplined for life's responsibilities including gaming? If so list them here...Just interested in seeing the different sports people do that help them overall not just their physique. I do boxing because I feel that there's no better feeling that taking any frustrations or stress on a bag. After that I feel much happier and gain a stronger sense of self-worth and confidence Thinking about getting into road biking this summer...

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    Quote Originally Posted by rangel_angel54 View Post
    Just curious do you guys engage in any particular sports that keep your mental state healthy as well as being disciplined for life's responsibilities including gaming? If so list them here...Just interested in seeing the different sports people do that help them overall not just their physique. I do boxing because I feel that there's no better feeling that taking any frustrations or stress on a bag. After that I feel much happier and gain a stronger sense of self-worth and confidence Thinking about getting into road biking this summer...
    Playing video games helps me think quicker and react to pressure situations personally

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    Try yoga - I think this is best way to keep your mind stress free and it helps to regulate the brain power and improve concentration.

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    I Race dirtbikes, expensive but so sick, and chicks dig it, and whether or not its racing season, gym 5 days a week, cardio the other 2.. not saying you cant also do cardio in those 5 days, but between the 2.. needless to say it keeps me in shape

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    I lift weights. Years ago it was for building up strength and shape. It's only in the last couple of years I've realized how good it is for my mental outlook! I believe any endeavour you enjoy is good for you. I'm sure there are people that don't understand weights and that's ok. Remember it has to be something for you, and the benefits will automatically come to you. Good luck and positive vibes. Ciao, FauxPas.

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    Martial arts, good for the discipline, and self confidence (when you spent the last hour with a badass guy trying to kill you, you don't feel afraid of a little girl sh!t-testing you )

    But I'm considering yoga too - great way of meeting girls

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    Personally I play car racing games on computer to keep my mind fresh and positive. A free mind always tend to engage in some negative thinking. So keep yourself busy in some positive work.

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    I personally do parkour. It's a fantastic way to keep both your mind and body in good shape. You have to constantly be aware of your surroundings, gauging the environment and how you react with it and planning out your actions accordingly so you don't fall flat on your a$$. Plus it gives you a great minds it for overcoming obstacles and problems in your life with having the added bonus of giving you confidence. You're not afraid to challenge an alpha male if you know the big lug Can't touch you, much less catch you.
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “WOW...What a Ride!”

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    Default Re: Exercise - For Mental Discipline?

    stop wanking

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    Men, we need to value our time more then we value women. This isn't to say women are not valuable. But who are we to believe in something so illogical, as men we should realize that without our time(life), we would not even be able to pursue women, but only our mother who gave us life. Why do we think we should prioritize them over our time(life) unless she is the one who gives me/my children life. Man is Sovereignty.


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