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The Ultimate Bag Guide for men – Spring/Summer

 We all longed for the hot months to come and we wanted to get rid of dull winter clothes. Now that those have finally arrived and there is no more cuddling under the blanket, there are so many fashion trends to embrace. Spring and summer mean that it is all about letting go and giving into the breeze of a fresh air. Your clothing style should be no different from that, go for changes and introducing vivid colours and new items that will spice up…


Added by Andrew Newitt on May 27, 2016 at 7:10am — No Comments

Ultimate aggregation on FIFA 16

The alternative of players to accept from, admitting it’s lottery-style unpredictability, is still rational and gives one the adventitious to body a juggernaut that could rip added teams to shreds. There is, however, a adjustment to the drafting madness.Why is allure so important, one may ask? Anniversary class is added torn down into Normal, Attenuate and In Form. Attending at the afterward angel…


Added by francismake on May 26, 2016 at 3:31am — No Comments


19 May was my 47th birthday. On the 20th I was gifted with a son. This is my 3rd child (2 girls and a boy now).

On the 23rd I thought I should do a strength challenge as part of my workout. So after I did my regular rack-pulls I kept going and ended up pulling 545lbs for a single. Not to bad.

The current workout is very intense. At the end of the week I will decide whether or not to try for another week or if it is time to change to something with less…


Added by Sean O' on May 23, 2016 at 10:22pm — No Comments

Xeric’s Limited Edition Soloscope Automatic Wristwatches: The Meteoric Rise of Truly Astounding Timepieces

A gentleman’s choice of timepiece says as much about him as does his Saville Row suit.” - Ian Fleming

There are common wristwatches, and there are sophisticated timepieces. The difference between the two? One tells time and is functional.

The other tells time, commands…


Added by Willie Robinson on May 20, 2016 at 3:30am — No Comments

Why Men Need Talk About Their Problems

In life, the traditional dynamics of the household involved the man going out to work and earning the money while the woman would stay at home, tend to the house and look after the kids. Nowadays, that's different. Both men and woman have careers and sometimes don't have time to raise family or act out their roles which society once demanded. Sometimes, the role is now reversed and the man stays at home while the woman goes out and becomes the main…


Added by Gavin Boyd on May 19, 2016 at 4:00am — 1 Comment

FIFA 17 spots in the group

World Cup veterans Iran and Korea Republic accept yet to aftertaste defeat on the alley to Russia, with the Taeguk Warriors still to even accept a goal. The brace will assuredly be the aboriginal favourites to yield the top two…


Added by francismake on May 11, 2016 at 9:24pm — No Comments

May Workout

Week 1 – A – B – A

Week 2 – B – A – B

Week 3 – A – B – A

Monday – Wednesday – Friday

Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday = Conditioning and mobility

Workout A

Leg press 3 sets x (Rest Pause)

Rack pull 5 sets x 2 reps

Leg extension 3 sets x 10-15 reps

Hamstring Curl 10 sets x 3 reps

Super-set tricep pressdown 5 sets x 6-8

                rope cable curls 5 sets x 6-8

Goblet squat 1 set AMRAP

Workout B



Added by Sean O' on May 9, 2016 at 1:35am — No Comments

Traction: Tue, 3 May 2016

Follow-up on my first post, Traction

Woke up at 7 AM as planned (alarm clock form hell). Finished my morning routine, went to yoga class but lagged behind because of my wrist. Need to get it checked, don't think it should still be bothering me a week from the fall. Ran my errands, took a nap to try to forestall a developing migraine (failed). Had my online interview with the program…


Added by AdamInTrans on May 4, 2016 at 5:11am — No Comments

Osteoporosis: a disease that knows no gender

Although women are more likely candidates for osteoporosis than men, do not think that you are safe from risk just because you have one Y-chromosome more than an average damsel. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, about 20-25% of all hip fractures occur in men, and the number is expected to increase by 310% by 2050. The stats should not be taken lightly, especially since…


Added by Andrew Newitt on May 3, 2016 at 3:06am — No Comments


The points that really resonated from "10 Overlooked Truths About Taking Action":

  1. Don't let yourself plan or research until you’ve taken action. Step 1 is to take action based on what you already know. Then improve bit by bit. Then begin forming a plan.
  2. The pain that comes with action is acute, gives you scars, and…

Added by AdamInTrans on May 2, 2016 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

BEWARE the Spee-I-derrrr

So it's the second time I have noticed something faint out of the corner (top) of my eye. I am sitting at my desk at work. There is slight movement above my head...

YEP - It's a SPIDER sliding up then down on a web strand...what a creepy word - S-P-I-D-E-R. Just saying it in my head gives me weird chills. It must a be primal fear that goes way back into our ancestors. Monsters, sharks, clowns, the Spee-I-der. All very scary. Yet so fascinating at the same time....…



Added by Steve Valline on May 2, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments


Today I completed 6 weeks of my Building the Monolith based workout. I really enjoyed it and will be doing it again in the near future. I will be doing some traveling next week so it will be a good week to schedule as a deload. I am not sure what I will be doing yet for the deload, but it will be low weight and low intensity. I am currently planning to do a high intensity rest-pause for 3 weeks after my deload. I will post the workout sometime the end of next week.



Added by Sean O' on April 28, 2016 at 11:38pm — 1 Comment

Ways to Travel More Often

Every now and then, there simply comes a time when we need to forget it all and just recharge our batteries. The best way to do so is to take a trip abroad and by leaving your comfort zone, broaden your horizons and rejuvenate yourself. However, this is not always an option and two most common reasons against this are obligations at home or financial difficulties. When it comes to responsibilities, you can always take a leave or arrange things differently to gain at least 7-10 days for your…


Added by Andrew Newitt on April 28, 2016 at 3:00am — No Comments

Build a Fort of Happiness

Surround Yourself

Build a Fort of HAPPINESS

Me 3

Remember when you were little and you took the cushions off the couch to make a fort? You covered it with a towel or a sheet and brought your favorite toys or books inside with you. It was your private retreat. Your happy place. It was awesome!!

It felt like your own world where you were in control and anything was possible. The only people allowed inside your fort were the people you chose.…


Added by Steve Valline on April 28, 2016 at 12:30am — No Comments


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Added by John Smith on April 26, 2016 at 10:15am — No Comments

Happiness of Others

YOU are not responsible for the Happiness of another person.

However, there's a lot you can do to influence the people around you - either for good or for evil.

This is literally the most power we have in this earthly existence.

Think about that for a moment...

We have the power to make someone smile or to ruin someone's day. We have the power to cheer someone up or make them cry.

But this power is most effective on people who care…


Added by Steve Valline on April 25, 2016 at 5:21pm — No Comments

Happiness is an Inside Job

It's important to remember to feel good all the time.

It's not something that just happens - it's intentional.

Of course there are times in the day (sometimes many, many times) when people or situations try our patience. Like being late for an appointment or getting stuck in traffic when you have to pee or being on the receiving end of someone else's bad day.

But we are in control of our reactions to these situations. I'm not a…


Added by Steve Valline on April 22, 2016 at 10:33pm — No Comments

Life IS Change

Well it looks like it's time for a life change. Sometimes it's welcome and sometimes not. For me at this time, it's a mixed bag.

On the one hand, I'm emotionally and psychologically ready for a big change in my life. In fact, I've been craving one for quite some time now, which is an eerie feeling.

But along with the change, I don't want to watch everything around me that I consider important crumble to the ground.

That may seem like the tricky part. Well, it is, of…


Added by Steve Valline on April 22, 2016 at 7:29pm — No Comments

Multiple Types Of Best Foot Care Products

One of the most mistreated parts of the body is feet and it is something that is most neglected. Thus, it is very important for you to take good care of your feet. No matter what your profession is, feet undergo a lot of stress. In order to take care of them, buying the best foot care products is what you need to do. The foot care products are available in a number of types and also they work in a couple of ways such as backup step and safety measure. The feet can…


Added by Evan Javier on April 15, 2016 at 5:30am — No Comments

Three Essentials A Man Cave Needs That You May Not Initially Thought Of

We all know that woman controls most of the decisions in the home. That includes where things go and decorating. If by chance a man gets the jurisdiction for doing what he wants with a spare bedroom or the basement area, it usually turns into the mindset of a man cave.

There are a lot of common items that go into a man cave such as a comfy couch, big screen TV and probably a spot of beer mugs.

But when putting together a list of items that is needed to make this mancave…


Added by Matt Thames on April 11, 2016 at 11:53am — No Comments

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