Joshua Alvin Cuyler
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Bodybuilding and Depression

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Oct 28, 2012. 7 Replies

Hello men,My posts here are rare and short, but there's no time like the present.First: I'm a self proclaimed amateur bodybuilder, fitness professional, and all around fitness enthusiast. I believe…Continue

Fighting Arts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pete Johnson Sep 12, 2012. 7 Replies

Hello all,I've only just begun my endeavor into AoM, so I thought I would put up a unique (or perhaps otherwise) discussion on the types of fighting arts (aka martial arts) you may practice in your…Continue

 

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Jarid replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion The Psychology & Physiology of Combat: Your Experience in the group The Art of Warriorness
"If you are looking for experience, its best to not have it. Let me explain. Its awesome to be as prepared as you can possibly be but you never want a gun pulled on you. You never want bullets flying over your head. Its not like in the movies. There…"
Jan 28
Jonathan F Smoyer replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Favorite Lift! in the group Heavy
"deadlift all the way, nothing gets the adrenaline flowing like a good lift, my current PR is at 450lbs but I'm in a competition beginning of february where i hope to hit 500 "
Jan 6
Dan Wall replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Favorite Lift! in the group Heavy
"I'm with Michael. The low back squat is my favorite. I've Rip's book Starting Strength cover to cover. My PR is 260. However, the deadlift is the best lift overall. I have lifted 350 in competition and have a PR of 360."
Dec 18, 2013
Joshua Alvin Cuyler posted a status
"It's been too long, AoM. I do believe it's time to end my hiatus."
Nov 3, 2013
Christopher F. replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion The Psychology & Physiology of Combat: Your Experience in the group The Art of Warriorness
"Training for single combat will help you prepare muscle memory above all other things. Yes, training can help you better understand your own and your enemy's weaknesses, but you can't experience the true sense of danger until you're…"
Mar 7, 2013
Michael Langston replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Favorite Lift! in the group Heavy
"My favorite is a deep low-bar back squat a la Mark Rippetoe. I am a bit new to lifting and my heaviest was 205 for a set of 5. Right now it is considerably lower."
Dec 24, 2012
Lucas Loureiro Mansur replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Intro in the group Men with Beards
"Welcome Josh! I'd like to use this thread to also introduce myself. I'm Lucas, 17, born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Luckly i have a nice beard growth. Been growing it for the past 2 months without shaving or trimming it. Gotta…"
Nov 25, 2012
Fred S Davenport, Jr replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Intro in the group Men with Beards
"Welcome! You will never be disappointed in growing and sporting a beard! Looking forward to the pics, man!"
Nov 24, 2012
Logan W, replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Intro in the group Men with Beards
"Fellow 23-year-older here--also growing my first crop of facial hair!  Also from a line of bearded men, so by age 30, we may both be sporting a beard of Darwinian grandeur :p "
Nov 24, 2012
Joshua Alvin Cuyler added a discussion to the group Men with Beards
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Intro

Hello all,Just thought I'd take some time to introduce myself! The name is Josh (obviously). I'm almost 6 weeks into my first attempt at growing my beard out. It's pretty awesome, a friggin' difficult sometimes. Being only 23, I'm pretty happy with my beard growth as of yet. I expect by the time I'm in my 30's, I'll have a pretty burly beard to sport at my leisure.Anyways, I'll be posting some pics of my hair here soon. Might as well right?Thanks everyone!See More
Nov 17, 2012
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Men with Beards

For men with beards to show and share the great life of having a beard. Can there be anything more manly than a beard?
Nov 17, 2012
Carl Monster replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Favorite Lift! in the group Heavy
"Your question made me join this group, though I would not consider myself a powerlifter (but that's pretty much what I do in the gym). Favorite is a funny word to use, for Arthur Jones said that if you enjoyed doing an exercise then you were…"
Oct 28, 2012
Native Son replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Bodybuilding and Depression
"Something I heard recently from an instructor whose background is in psychology. There are three behavior patterns that are similar, but not necessarily related: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), which is mental illness. Rigidity, which is not…"
Oct 28, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Joshua Alvin Cuyler's discussion Bodybuilding and Depression
"Take a break. Go on vacation. Splurge. Do something out of character. Don't exercise for a week. Eat a gallon if ice cream. Seriously, discipline is great, but you are human, and noone is perfect. Sounds like you might be a perfectionist...some…"
Oct 28, 2012
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Oct 27, 2012
Joshua Alvin Cuyler added a discussion to the group Heavy
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Favorite Lift!

This is probably my favorite group on AoM, just because of its premise. I love it.So we've all got a favorite lift. There are so many out there, but really there's always one that really gets your juices flowing and ignites the flame of ambition.So what's your favorite lift? Why is it your favorite lift? And just for fun, what's the most weight you've ever pulled, pushed, moved, or what have you?I'll start with mine: the deadlift. In my opinion, it's THE lift for anyone looking to build mass of…See More
Oct 27, 2012

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Website
http://ironmold.blogspot.com
Interests
Martial Arts (Tai Chi, Jeet Kune Do, Judo), Cooking, Fitness, Strength, being manly on a consistent basis
Books
Taiji Chin Na, The Web That Has No Weaver, When Buddhists Attack, Tao of Jeet Kune Do, Tao of Gung Fu, The Elegant Universe, Primal Body Primal Mind, Martial Arts Teaching Tales of Power and Paradox
Movies
Legend of The Drunken Master, Rush Hour
Music
Aborted, Johnny Cash, Brian Finnegan, etc.
Quote
" Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead."

Joshua Alvin Cuyler's Blog

The Truth & The Path

Posted on July 28, 2014 at 11:25am 0 Comments

The truth is, I've never really understood my place in this life.

I learnt early on of the bitter pains of jealousy, contempt, and hopelessness. I developed the ability to manipulate those around me through those emotions with their natural offspring: lies. I could convey a truth where there was none to be found, and develop a means to an end which I believed to be the only real truth. The only real truth being, in my mind, that I was alone in my dreams and passions. My…

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Philosophy

Posted on November 3, 2013 at 4:08pm 0 Comments

“The only thing I truly know is that I know nothing.”

 

- Socrates

 

Every year I get older and older, life continues to move forward and every year as I grow older, I sit and think about what “it” is exactly. It seems I’ve perpetually philosophized on the futility of contemplating certain aspects of life as I perceive it, or perhaps as others do. Since I was very young (haha, now that's a relative thing...) I’ve been this way. And as I’ve fluctuated through times…

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