The Spartans ... The Romans ... The Celts ... The Samurai.
What did these cultures have in common?
Sure, they went to extreme lengths to master warfare.
But more than that, they went to extreme lengths to raise their masculinity.
They understood that battle is a man's game. And coolness under pressure is a byproduct of high testosterone.
So they trained to be MEN.
They developed proven strategies to raise their masculinity ... to smile in the face of death ... and to carry themselves with a confidence that average men just didn't have.
These strategies had impressive side effects as well...
Historians tell us the Spartans had to fight off troves of women that would "do just about anything to lay with a Spartan."
And Samurai would be in so much demand they avoided towns just to give their manhood a chance to heal.