Are You Afraid Of Being Naked?
Brad over at the Seduction Chronicles just wrote an article that is absolutely captivating. It is sitting in my crawl even as I write this and will be for a long time.
The article uses one of the most effective writing techniques known. He puts you completely into state of mind and takes us men right to the moment where it matters most for any man between the ages of 18 and 50.
He drops a huge bucket of cold water on you about 1/4 of the way through but it is perfect timing. There’s no extraordinarily long wait to get to the point of his article. When you are at the moment where it counts the most, you are naked and in front of her, how will she view you?
It does not matter if you are single or happily married – the better shape you are in the better her perception of you as a lover will be. There is absolutely no arguing this point. Are there exceptions to this rule? Of course. But for as a general rule of thumb, Brad is right on target. And as a matter of opinion, my guess is that it is even more important to us married guys. Single guys can just move on when expectations don’t meet performance. Married guys have to make sure they keep the candle lit over the course of the marriage.
Brad says that in his PUA world of speaking to women, there are three things that come to the forefront when talking about the moment of sex and when you are sitting there naked in front of her:
“Number 1: Most men that are ashamed of their bodies tend to be more TIMID in bed. They tend to lay on top of women, instead of pulling back… letting her see ALL OF YOU… including the “action” of your pecker moving in and out.
Number 2: Every man that they’ve been with that gets in better shape becomes a MUCH better lover overall. The “man” and his “skillz” are the same… but her perception changes… as well as…
Number 3: Men that are in shape can DO MORE for LONGER than their out of shape counterparts. Lifting, moving, throwing, thrusting, etc… you get the drift.”
What Brad left out was the best. He did NOT go into the “7 steps of getting into shape” or the “13 key points to keeping up your motivation during workouts”. Nope, he ends the article the way any moving and inspiration piece should end – he simply asks the question “How would those thoughts change if I was now built like a Greek God?” Action…Inspirational…Ultimatum…Personal…
The point of this article was to get you off your a$$ and into the gym. The point was to make certain that the question never enters her mind when you are at the moment. The point was to motivate and shock you into action.
Point taken…What a great article…
(One more time…if you have not read the article, go read it now)