It's the beginning of a brand new year and what are you waiting for? If you are single, there's no better time to start dating now!

But wait, have you ever wondered why even after putting a lot of time and energy into learning what it takes to attract and meet women from dating books, you are still luckless in this area?

Well, let me tell you why. That's because women aren't attracted to boys. They're attracted to men. It cannot get any simpler than that!

I remember when I first landed my big project back in my corporate days, my ex-colleagues immediately teased me by declaring "you're the man!"

At that time, I certainly didn't know the responsibilities that came along. After all, I was still a fresh newbie barely out of varsity. Call me inexperienced, call me greenhorn, call me a novice. Whatever label it is, I certainly have grown up a lot over the years from that very first project. Yes, I'm now a man in my very own rights!

Just think about it - which woman in the right frame of mind would like to date a boy? No lady would because dating a boy would mean having to mother him for the rest of her life...Heaven forbid! So if you're still wondering why you're single and unattached, it's probably, almost certainly due to the fact that you're still a boy and not a man!

Certain significant major incidents in life such as the death of a parent, imminent job promotion to management level or something along these lines have the capacity to propel a boy into instant manhood. But for the rest of you still grappling out there, fret not!

Count yourself lucky you're bent on the full transformation from boy to man. And I congratulate you as it is not impossible. Well, taking a leaf from the Adidas motto, "impossible is nothing"!


The single best thing you can do for yourself in 2011 is to increase your hit success rate with women is to learn how to mature into a man. And this is exactly what I hope to teach you in one of newest 1 day programmes aptly titled "Being A Man".

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There's so much to celebrate about being a man. If you remember how man progressed from the ape days to the erect modern creature that he is now, it's all about strength and vitality. Did your Dad not teach you to shed blood but not tears? Did society not expect the man to protect his woman and family?

During this 1 day training, rediscover what it takes to be a real man. By "real", I mean healthy, charming and in-demand. No more talk about expiry dates, low market value and all the negative self-talk.

Here's a sneak preview of what you will be learning :)

- Male Versus Boy Psychology
- Qualities of The New Age Man
- Interacting with Others
- Of Fathers and Sons
- Learning To Let Go
- On The Hero's Journey
- Exuding Sexual Confidence


Many a times, men do have many issues that they grapple with but do not know how to solve. There's no suitable avenue for them to get the answers they want. Call it men's pride, call it men's face issue. But there's nothing more true than this.

Like all my other programmes and workshops, I guarantee that this newest programme will create a change in you that other people will notice... no questions asked.

Write me here to register if being a man is something you've always hoped to be :)
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Happy New Year everyone!

As we usher in a brand new year with an exciting 12 new months ahead of us, here's 3 new year resolutions for 2011 which I hope you find useful :)

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Set Goals to Focus On Your Performance

Nothing is worse than treading through the next 12 months without the slightest inkling of what you should expect. Walk into a gym and not know what to do?

You need to have a purpose in life. Make that a goal.

We all know goal-setting is the most important as it helps us make or break our new year resolutions. Similarly, before you start your training, you need to set goals. And these goals must be as specific as possible

"I want to get back in shape" is NOT a specific goal. Getting back in shape means different things to different people. Are we talking about weight loss? Weight gain or simply toning up?

For example, if you want to lose 10 kilos, then a better specific goal would be "to lose 10 kilos by ______ (insert date)".
After writing your one big goal down, you can now break it down into mini goals. Remember the first step you took while learning to walk as a child? Yes, a few mini steps will get you there to the one big goal.

Thereafter, write everything down. For those of you familiar with my life story, that's what I did too when I started training myself. Track your progress. Assess what works and what doesn’t for you. For things that work, keep them. For things that don't work, tweak them.
This includes recording every workout , every meal and the amount of rest you have each day.


2. Do Not Overtrain As Less Is More

As the saying goes "less is more". Some people spend hours in the gym thinking the longer they spend there, the faster their muscles will grow and their fats will melt away. Wrong! Unless you are a professional bodybuilder (which I doubt you are), you should not spend more than 1 hour for each workout session. Train beyond the 1 hour mark and be ready to subject your body to a catabolic state. Simply put, catabolic means your body is experiencing muscle wastage...in other words, not only are you not achieving your aim, you are also wasting your time.

Muscles do not grow in the gym. Once you have torn the muscle fibres during each workout, they need time to repair and it is during this repair period that they get stronger. And the repair period, unfortunately happens, outside the gym while we are resting. Having or doing more is certainly not the answer!

If you workout religiously during that sacred 1 hour period, you would have maximised your gains. Our bodies only need a specific amount of stimulation in the form of exercises in order to achieve its goal. Anything over and above that is considered excessive. What's more - overtrain and risk the possibility of injuries. That's why if I were you, I would focus more on compound exercises, rather than isolation moves.


3. Consider "Weighted" Bodyweight Exercises

Before you started walking, you must have tried crawling. Similarly, before one progresses to free weights and machine weights, you would certainly have tried out bodyweight exercises.

Bodyweight exercises are one of the best form of exercises as you can do them anytime, anywhere without any excuse of having no time, money or experience. My all-time favourite bodyweight exercises include squats, lunges, chin-ups, push-ups and dips. In fact, all of my clients revisit bodyweight exercises at some point in their fitness journey with me.

If you are already a fan of bodyweight exercises, challenge yourself by adding weights. For instance, if you can already do 15 standard chin-ups at one go, what's the point of continuing with the 16th - nth rep? You're probably not going to get any stronger. Instead, try grasping a dumbbell between your legs and go up the chin-up bar again. Now you will see things with a completely different perspective. It's fun, challenging and most importantly, forces your body to get out of its comfort zone to grow, grow and grow!


Follow my 3 New Year Resolution tips for you and have fun for the next 12 months! Remember, I'll be most happy to hear from you and your progress :)
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