Body Rocking

Dominant men take up more space than nondominant men. This also goes for confident men. Women generally perceive this as attractive. By sitting with open legs and arms and carving out space in a crowded room you are essentially showing that you are worthy of attention. Not being afraid of taking up too much room is the key to putting the spotlight on you instead of other men in the room. Don't be afraid to take up space and display to women that you are confident with yourself and your body. Having said that, avoid going overboard. Taking up too much space or space unnecessarily will make you look like an overbearing alpha male and can be a real turn off to women. Avoiding being all squished up is one thing, but being sprawled out is just as bad.

Mark is playing the alpha male with his extremely open body posture. This position can sometimes be offensive to women, especially those not interested in dominant men. His body is taking up as much room as physically possible. His legs are spread with his left arm behind him and on the sofa opening himself up even further. If Mark was testing this position to verify its effectiveness, he should note that it has succeeded in securing Julie's interest. She has her head cocked at 45 degrees showing interest and is playing with her hair.

Mark is playing the alpha male with his extremely open body posture. This position can sometimes be offensive to women, especially those not interested in dominant men. His body is taking up as much room as physically possible. His legs are spread with his left arm behind him and on the sofa opening himself up even further. If Mark was testing this position to verify its effectiveness, he should note that it has succeeded in securing Julie's interest. She has her head cocked at 45 degrees showing interest and is playing with her hair.

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