Check out these great articles you may have missed while you were spelunking in Europe or killing tigers with your bare hands. You manly man you.
Functional Strength: Fit to Fight, Fit for Life
When the “stuff” hits the proverbial fan, a three-hundred pound bench press isn’t going to get you out of a sticky situation. Jeff Barnett tells you how to get in the best shape of your life and build functional strength to deal with real world situations.
Stephanie Spills the Dirt: 10 Traits Women Love
So you think you’re a catch, but how do you compare with Stephanie’s list of attractive qualities?
How to Talk About Classical Music
There may come a time when your encyclopedic knowledge of Journey’s formative years comes in handy, but when your boss invites you to a symphony, don’t stop believing that these highlights of the genre will be enough to see you safely through.
Plumbing Your Way to Your Girlfriend’s Heart
Every girl loves a man who’s good around the house. Learn to be her hero and save money on a plumber with these simple fixes to every day problems.
A Gentlman’s Guide to Dinner Manners
Think chivalry is dead? Then so are your chances of impressing your boss or girl at dinner.
How to Buy Your First Real Guitar
So you’ve been dabbling in guitar since high school and you’ve just graduated college…What’s that you say? You’re ready to learn some more songs besides “Wonderwall” by Oasis and “Blister in the Sun” by the Violent Femmes? Well, you don’t have to be a pro musician to have a real guitar. Put away that Mexican-made Samick TM “strat”, here’s a crash course on taking it to the next level without breaking your bank.
Know Thine Bovine
Meat. Fire. Manliness. This we know. But there comes a time in a man’s life when knowing more than just “meat is good served hot” becomes essential. Learn the basics and beyond as we break down man’s best friend. Best friend that we eat, that is.
10 Tools Every Man Should Have
When something goes wrong in the home, it’s your job to step up and fix things. From busted picture frames to busted sinks, here are the tools you need to have to get the job done right the first time.