Boom…your primal instincts are triggered, even if she’s not the most beautiful woman in the room.
Meanwhile, there are also beautiful women who do nothing for you sexually, all because their bodies don’t move well. For example, a woman who plods along or is hunched over ruins everything for herself.
Women who walk like a man are even less attractive. But women with that smooth, fluid, almost feline hip motion make us want them, don’t they?
But here’s the most shocking part of all. Women respond even more powerfully to how we move than we respond to how they move.
Think of it as the ultimate first impression. A woman will notice how you move and make an instant, unconscious assessment of your sexual attractiveness based on that alone.
The tragic part is that most men never stand a chance. They’ve been rejected before they ever even talk to her.
And if you’ve been led to believe that only other guys get the hottest women, the truth is you’re one step away from the breakthrough you’re looking for.
Absolutely…but this is our genetic programming. As men we’re designed to attract women naturally, even effortlessly.
What you’ve suspected all along is true: attraction is hard-wired to a woman’s senses. She responds sexually to a man who sends all the right messages…projecting the irresistible aura of raw, unmistakable masculinity.
What’s astonishing is the most powerful signals you can send are completely non-verbal. You don’t need to be a smooth talker, having all the right words at the right time.
Most men spend countless hours working on how to approach women and what to say to them, but the die has been cast as soon as you walk into the room. She’s attracted within a mere five seconds…or she’s not.
Unfortunately, most guys are tense, lack presence and ooze insecurity. Meanwhile, the power of a man who moves with a certain dignity and confidence cannot be underestimated.
Hollywood leading men always get the girl. They move with a precise rhythm, dictating and controlling the vibe. Consider how smooth James Bond is. It comes off as natural, but there’s no doubt about it: it’s intentional, all the way. And it’s a skill you absolutely can (and must) acquire.
The crazy part is if you’re not attracting women the way you know you should, it’s probably not even your fault.
The routines you are doing at the gym and the way you go through your work day could be killing your chances. Perhaps ironically, today’s post-modern lifestyle has led to a pandemic rise in undesirable traits relating to movement and stature.
Yet until now, there hasn’t been a pro-active, intentional way to stop that from happening to you.
A woman’s attraction mechanism–and all her urges that go with it–run automatically. At first that may sound complicated and mysterious, perhaps even overwhelming.
But if women themselves can’t fully explain how or why they find a certain man attractive or not, science can.
The Walking Code conquers the science of attraction and converts it to fast, easy, “done for you” exercises that re-wire your musculoskeletal system from the inside out.
Transform how you move and you’re instantly more attractive to women. It’s in how you walk. How you enter a room. How you own that room.
Best of all, there’s nothing to learn and nothing to memorize. The Walking Code sets your physique on auto-pilot, switching on your most authentically attractive self without you ever having to think about it.
Movement in and of itself is sexy for women. This is the key…even though few, if any men realize it. That can only mean your physical looks matter far less than you think.
It’s also not about money, fame, the clothes you wear or anything else society has brainwashed us into believing women are attracted to.
Have you ever seen a woman who isn’t classically beautiful, but she’s so sexy you’ve got to have her? Sure. Every one of us has. Were you to objectively examine what’s turning you on, it would be her feminine motion.
Yes, there are conclusive studies that say movement is integrally linked to sexual attraction. Take, for example, research by Professor Nikolaus Troje of Queen’s College.
But the truth gets even more fascinating when we study the “dance of attraction”…quite literally. Consider the research of Peter Lovatt at the University of Herfordshire. In his 2010 article for Psychology Today, he writes the following:
“Darwin thought that dance was part of the mate selection process, and more recently two groups of researchers (Brown et al, 2005 and Fink et al, 2007) have suggested that the way we dance might be influenced by our hormonal and genetic make up, such that we use dance to communicate the quality of our genes to potential mates. In my own lab I have observed similar findings.”
“Dancing in the animal kingdom shows off health, fitness and skill and it is the same on the dance floor”, says Dr. Nick Neave, the lead author of a scholarly paper at University of Northumbria. “It’s all about body movement. Tilting forward, backwards, left and right and twisting around. It is all about big movements and variation.”
Even the Discovery Channel has researched the link between walking and sex appeal, concluding that both men and women walk differently when told they’re being measured for sexual attractiveness.
But little did they know that sexually attractive movement is not actually a conscious decision. Rather, it’s… Read more…