dronkmunk's Workout Plan

It is important to exercise. Everyone says that, but physical activity or lack thereof, really does have an effect on the human psyche. Overweight men usually suffer from not only heart disease and cholesterol related malaise, but from emotional symptoms also. Consider man-boobs, if you will. They can have a damaging effect on the male mind. For one, being a softbody hinders the female's attraction to the male, and this can result in feelings of rejection and inadequacy, which cause the male to feel depressed and lash out at other males. This is known as Irritable Male Syndrome, or IMS. People also refer to it as "male pms." The negative emotions cause a drop in testosterone, and basically elicit the male to become a bitch.

The fact is, I have come to the realization that I have been suffering from this ailment for quite sometime. I would often turn jackassy and strike out at those I considered close to me for seemingly no reason. Well, I still do actually.

But, by the grace of God, there is a solution. Plenty of exercise, although probably not the type that you have been craving. I see now that if you can't cajole a woman into bed with you, or are just going through a slump, the answer is not to go buy another porno. You have to diet right and hit the gym, especially if you are a person of the fat persuasion. The boost in energy and health, as well as the fufillment of one's goal of a disciplined lifestyle, will boost the male's confidence level and have a positive effect on his personal outlook.

I suggest working on your (and my) abs: (no Lil' Wayne)

For the average person, an abdominal workout should be carried out at least twice a week. The routine takes approximately fifteen minutes from start to finish, therefore no one should complain that it takes too much time off their agenda. Also note that the routine should change approximately every 8 weeks because the targeted muscles will gradually get used to the movement and it will no longer be effective.

Follow this simple abdominal routine to strengthen and shape your abdominal muscles. Perform 3 to 4 sets for each of the 3 exercises. Beginners should achieve between 10 and 20 repetitions for each set and progressively try to complete at least 30 reps for each set.

They then go on to illustrate the three routines which you need to do, which are bench crunches, seated leg tucks, and cable crunches. If you don't know what those are, you can wiki them yourself, 'cause this isn't some bodybuilding rag all of a sudden.

IMS info gathered from MSNBC

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