Yoga Game Part Three: Changing Me

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Yoga Game Part Three: Changing Me

So I have been to about four of five of these Yoga classes so far. It’s pretty dope.

I haven’t swooped any girls yet, but the ratios are mindblowing and there have been some pretty fly girls.

I feel good from it, and it’s a pretty decent workout. I feel centered.

However, I kind of feel like this stuff is kind of making me a little “peace and love” which is a drastic change from my default gear of “Violence and Sex”.

I think I need to spar tomorrow to make sure this doesn’t change me too much.

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5 Comments on "Yoga Game Part Three: Changing Me"

  1. The G Manifesto
    15/06/2012 at 5:10 am Permalink


    This is what needs to be done to help your yoga game. The fact that you are a masculine man already sets you apart from the rest of the chumps in competition. What you need to do is to become good and consistent with the yoga. It takes two months or so but keep going in wife beaters and start sitting at the front of the class.

    The girls will love the masculine guy that knows what he is doing because guys that show up once a week, sit in the back and have little idea of what to do are a dime a dozen. The cliche of the guy that is trying yoga out but going to stare at chicks is played out. Be that muscular guy who is committed and knows what he is doing.

    Girls would approach me at the end of class because I was rare. I was also to the point where I could bust out a headstand when
    Most yoga girls couldn’t.

    So yes, get your technique down, play the masculine angle and sit up front when you get better as the girls will like to look at you. Open them after class and it’s much easier to do when you know your yoga skills are much better than the average.


  2. The G Manifesto
    Curious G
    15/06/2012 at 5:17 am Permalink

    Why do you think you have not swooped yet ?

  3. The G Manifesto
    15/06/2012 at 7:07 am Permalink

    Yoga has alot of haters; I used to be one. But now I’m a few years into hitting a yoga class at least once a week and its legit. It doesnt replace lifting and hardbody cardio, but it does play a role in the fitness g’s schedule. I recently finished a mini 2 month relationship with a yoga instructor that was worth every minute.

    An interesting observation I’ve made while traveling is the correlation between how sophisticated a city is and how many yoga studios are there. Ft Worth, Texas? 1 yoga studio. Paris, FR? Hella yoga studios. NYC, San Fran, even Chicago? Hella yoga studios. Detroit? Probably zero yoga studios although I’d have to go to Detriot to find out, which is about 4,000 cities down on my list of cities I’m willing to visit.

  4. The G Manifesto
    15/06/2012 at 11:56 am Permalink

    G – as a staunch opponent of bottle service over the years, what’s your take on this???

    NY City Council
    Push to Change
    Bottle Service After Brawl
    Breaking News

    The NY City Council is calling an emergency meeting with nightclub owners and the NYPD to determine if policies regarding bottle service need to be changed in the wake of the Chris Brown vs. Drake fight.

    City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn just released a statement saying, “I am deeply concerned by reports of the bottle throwing melee that injured more than five people in SoHo this week. That is why I have immediately convened an emergency meeting next week between my office, the NYPD, and the nightlife industry.”

    Quinn adds, “The purpose of this meeting is to send a clear message to all nightclub patrons that bottles cannot be used as weapons and to determine if the guidelines surrounding bottle service need to be updated or reworked.”

    Several people were injured in the Brown vs. Drake melee … including an innocent female bystander who was hit in the head by a flying bottle and needed 16 stitches to close the gap.

  5. The G Manifesto
    16/07/2012 at 10:49 am Permalink


    Old news in Melbourne mate, they decided that there was too much nightlife violence and banning bottle service came up a long time ago

    Due to a lack of interest I never really followed the outcome but I’m not overly surprised that the Brown v Drake brawl sparked that. All it took in Melbourne to hit the agenda was one or two publicized brawls despite the fact that bottling’s were out of control long before that.


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