Best Shoes of 2019 (So Far) for Sneaker Geeks

Best Shoes of 2019 (So Far) for Sneaker Geeks

New Nike PG 3 x NASA shoe in 'Apollo Missions'   The link between nerd culture and streetwear is stronger than ever with releases from sneaker hubs like Nike, Adidas, and Puma paying homage to — and drawing inspiration from — pop culture favorites. We’re not even halfway through 2019, but it’s already been a great year for sneakers and collaborations. Here are the 10 best sneaker releases of 2019 (so far). Puma Palace Guard OG This one’s a killer pick for old-school sneakerheads. Puma brought back one of its old-school basketball sneakers for the first time in ages. It’s a killer retro look that looks just as good today as it did back in the day. Adidas 3MC Vulc Beavis and Butthead I love a good pop culture crossover in the sneaker world but even I was a little skeptical when adidas first announced their Beavis and Butthead collab. I’m a...
Izi Nae - May 09, 2019
How To (Actually) Get A Six-Pack

How To (Actually) Get A Six-Pack

Though we wouldn’t quibble with Patrick Bateman in the arenas of business card design, his workout needs a tweak. That washboard stomach is in spite of, rather than thanks to, a 1000-crunch-a-day regime that’s more likely to leave him with lumbar problems than a six-pack. It’s faulty logic that sees a sit-up as the abs version of a bicep curl. It’s an understandable mistake; you curl a weight to pump your guns, so surely it’s the same if you want to get a six-pack? But that ignores two important truths: one, your core is designed to hold you upright, not flex back and forth; two, everyone has a six-pack – it’s just buried beneath your gut. And we’ll let you in on a little secret: a six-pack is, as the name suggests, not one muscle. So it needs more than one exercise to reap results. “Some of the best six packs...
Sernes Austria - May 06, 2019
6 Things ANY Guy Can Do to Look MORE Aesthetic!

6 Things ANY Guy Can Do to Look MORE Aesthetic!

In this video men’s style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, Pete & Pedro , and Ollie is talking about how to look more aesthetic — or, in other words, balanced & symmetrical. Here are easy ways to do this: EASY WAYS to Look Balanced and Symmetrical Balance your body with color — dark makes you look smaller, light makes you look larger. Mix and match the two options: Bottom heavy? Dark below, light up top. Broad up top? Light below, dark top. Use proper shirt length — your upper body should be proportionate to your bottom. If your shirt is too long, your legs will look short with long body. If your shirt is too short, your upper body will look short with long legs. Tee shirts should land at mid-crotch; button-up shirts should lay an inch longer. It boils down to the four zone rule. Tee shirt = zone 2;...
SERNES Admin - May 03, 2019
15 Ways to Be More Attractive, According to Science

15 Ways to Be More Attractive, According to Science

OK, here's the truth: Not all men are born with good looks and charm. In fact, lots of guys are born with neither. But does that mean you're fated to spend your life alone in your apartment, with only Netflix and your dog to keep you company? Absolutely not. The truth is that while looks do matter to men and women alike, it's far from the most important thing when it comes to finding a partner. The science of sexual attraction is a complex one that involves multiple different factors, from the way you smell to the shape of your jaw to even the color of the shirt you're wearing. Though you may not exactly bear a resemblance to Ryan Gosling or possess the silver tongue of, uh, Ryan Gosling, there are still plenty of ways to make yourself more attractive. Here are 17 strategies to attracting the partner of your dreams, whether in the club, in...
Sernes Austria - May 01, 2019
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