Respect: A woman would do anything for a man who respects her for who she is. Remember how hollow and miserable you were when you were not given the right respect for something you had done well. You don't want her to feel the same! Make sure you talk to her like a man to an intelligent woman. Compliment her at the right times and she will be yours for the taking.
Even though times have changed, women still love a gentleman. Show respect and courtesy, opening the door for her, instead of rushing ahead of her. Women like to be complimented, so you may want to start the conversation with a compliment, but remember to not go overboard.
Once you find that something you think is special, take it slow. For the first couple dates simply talk on the phone or go out for a drink or coffee. Don't plan an all-day event for your first meeting as it very well could be too much for either one of you to handle. Spending more than a few hours together on the first date or two is too much and should be avoided. Take is slow and really get to know the person.
Remember always that even though dating is sharing and getting to know each other, there are topics that are inappropriate for first dates. Never talk about past relationships, or topics that are sensitive in nature like religion and crimes, and be cautious about racist comments. If you are serious about making a fun and exciting date, learn the basics of handling conversations in a date. Know the topics that should be avoided and learn to keep the conversations going.
Remember also that a fit body is very much likable. You will not get and stay fit by accident; you deliberately plan to get and stay fit and healthy. It is easier to become fat, sloppy and unfit and thus predisposing yourself to serious health issues and ultimately death.
Create a strong mental picture of the better shape and look that you want to attain. Take a picture of yourself at the start of your fitness program and compare your body now to what you used to look like before you embarked on your fitness program as this will help you appreciate the progress that you have made and encourage you to forge ahead.
Exercising in the summer heat can dehydrate your body at a faster rate. Work out in an air-conditioned room when extremely hot outside or wait until later in the day or early morning. If you are out during midday and notice any symptoms such as headaches, nausea, dizziness, chills, heart palpitations and light headedness, get out of the sun immediately and drink lots of water whether or not you feel thirsty.
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