I’m reading a book about the psychological development in
small children.

Children are still very tied to their primal instincts and behavior.

You can say that the “unsocialized boy” is not interested in
pretense or bullsh*t.

He gets to the root of things right away.

For example… when a group of boys gets together there is an
immediate hierarchical reordering.

There are some boys who move to the top of the hierarchy and
others who move to the bottom of the totem pole.

This all happens naturally based on instinct. They don’t talk
over it and make decisions about who the Alpha is and who the
Beta is.

It just happens naturally.

At their young age status is intrinsically linked to PHYSICAL

The boy who is physically stronger rises to the top of the pecking

This boy can run faster, jump higher and out perform almost all
of the other boys in the clan.

Although much of his ability may be gifted and genetic.

He instinctively does things that the other boys doesn’t.

He moves faster and with more force in everything he does. He
doesn’t mull over the details of what is about to happen, he just
does it!

In short…. this young ALPHA MALE expresses more Power!

Here are a series of power workouts that I’ve created for you to

I’m not claiming that they will help you rise the corporate ladder
(the neurotic adult pecking order), but you’ll gain the respect of
anyone who can distinguish a powerful body from a weak one.

An ALPHA body compared to a beta.

Just a reminder… today is the last day to get these workouts for
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Grow Stronger,
Elliott “The Incredible” Hulse

7 thoughts on “How To Be The ALPHA MALE”

  1. Baris says:

    Great stuff as always Elliott. I love how your branch old books and key ideas from the past and show that these essential readings are still relevant. A lot of people think that just because something is old, it is obsolete. It is people like you who remind us of our roots!

    Keep us the great work!

  2. Kevin Davis says:

    Another great one Elliott! Amazing how much we change as we “grow up.” From being kids and listening to our body and our instinct automatically, to being adults and most of us ignore it all together!

  3. Edwin says:

    Funny Elliot, that doesn’t ring with me. When I was a kid, I would involuntarily be placed on the top of the pecking order. Although I admit, there were times when I placed my self there. I wasn’t the strongest, or fastest neither. What I had were leadership qualities such as decision making, i.e I went and did and others followed. Perhaps I showed power by intelligently choosing the best plan and leading by example. Was always a smart kid.

  4. Elliott says:

    Nice! Yea, there are many different kinds of “strength”… and you obviously knew how to use yours :)

  5. Alex says:

    I also believe that although physical strength helps going up the ladder, without a strong character you will get nowhere, but usually both qualities are tied together and depend on each other..

  6. Will says:

    Hey Elliot. What book about the psychological development in small children are you reading? It sounds interesting.

  7. Thomas says:

    I am 20 years old and just about to take my final for a personal training certification. I am 5’6 and weigh about 134 lbs. I am concerned that I wont be hired or taken seriously because I am small. How can I prevent this and radiate a professional image?

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