Why Every Man Should Be Strong.
It can not be understated how important the role of strength was in ancient times, especially since it was the core of a universal code of manhood. Strength forms the nucleus on manliness, as it truly makes all other manly virtues possible.
Strength may not seem very important in today’s world where most men sit behind desks at work all day. But being strong is never a disadvantage. Strength forms the backbone of the code of manhood, and the ethos of Strength and Honor.
1. Building strength boosts your physical and mental health.
2. Physical strength is practical and prepares you for any emergency.
3. Building Physical strength teaches life lessons.
4. Strength acts as the backbone to our virtue.
5. Strength secures our virtue onto us.
6. Strength-building honors your ancestors.
7. Strength fells awesome.
Before modernity, a man had to be physically strong in order to survive and reproduce. Whether battling the elements or other men, our ancestors had to rely only on their cunning and physical strength to come off as the conqueror. The men who tried to prove themselves in battles or hunts, dared to do great things, and had the physical strength to surmount any obstacle were the ones who were able to father children and pass on their genes. The ones who did not take the gamble, or did not have the strength and prowess of their peers, died childless, and their hapless genes died with them.
What this means is that we are all descendants from the strongest, fastest, smartest, bravest men of the past-the world’s alpha males.
When we train to be physically strong, we show reverence and honor for the men who came before us that had to be physically strong so that we might exist and enjoy the comforts we have today.