Convict Conditioning: How to Bust Free of All Weakness, by Paul "Coach" Wade, is a book on progressive calisthenics, i.e. the art of using the human body to maximize its own development. It is a recommended book in the Roosh program. The book claims, "To become hugely powerful, you don't need weights, cables, fancy machines, or any other crap that the industry or the infomercials are brainwashing you into thinking you can't do without. You can gain Hurculean strength — genuine brawn and vitality — with no special equipment at all." The focus of the book is on the "big six" movements, pushups, squats, pullups, leg raises, bridges, and handstand pushups. (Full article...)
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An ample padonk
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- ... that tradthots are not trad?
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- ... that coat confiscation sometimes occurs when protestors attempt to disrupt Donald Trump speeches when it is extremely cold outside?
- ... that O.J. Simpson's abusiveness and volatility only deepened his wife Nicole's feelings for him?
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- ... that the Übermensch was never actually a person who necessarily dominates others?
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"My book Bang is essentially a lab report from studying the American female Homo sapiens. This personal enthusiasm for experimentation has stayed with me since then, and I will always seek real-life confirmation of whatever behavior I urge upon myself or others." — Roosh (2 February 2015). "My Education Was A Complete Waste Of Time". Roosh V.