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Over 900 Movie Props Are Heading To Auction Courtesy Of Prop Store

The month of August brought us amazing vehicles that went up on auction in time for the 2019 Monterey Car Week. Collectors from all over flock to these events for a chance to own rare rides. On the other end of the spectrum, pop culture fans will have their own big event to kick off September. Movie junkies like us will definitely want to tune in and check out the list of items that will be available. If this piques your interest, watch out for the Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction 2019 from Prop Store.

Just like the actors and actresses on film, props play a big role to tell the story. Thus much like the autographs stars give out, there is a market for authentic stuff that shows up on the silver screen. Browsing through the list of the upcoming auction, there are certain items that will make collectors lose their minds if they miss out.

For example, those of you who love the Jurassic Park franchise will want to grab the Tyrannosaurus Rex Skull from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Another one is a Stormtrooper helmet from Star Wars: A New Hope.

Then there’s the Batman suit from the 1989 film by Tim Burton. Furthermore, records show that it is the costume worn by Michael Keaton. There’s also something for Stanley Kubrick fans as the ax from The Shining is likewise going to be up for bidding. Our personal picks of the bunch are the Ghost Trap from Ghostbusters and James Bond’s Walther PPK from Goldeneye. Prop Store will have around 900 items up for grabs during the auction.

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151+ Best Hobbies For Men

For a lot of us, our happiness relies on our success. Depending on the goals that you have, simply having a job, owning a business, or working as a volunteer can be fulfilling. There are others who aim for close-to-impossible targets but still manage to achieve them. Nevertheless, at the end of the day and during our free time, we can enjoy a hobby to relax.

However, we should understand that life is not just about working, earning, eating, and sleeping. People who are just following this cycle tend to feel empty and sometimes end up with depression or anxiety. This is exactly why we should take up a hobby. In other words, push yourself to do things that you naturally find interesting.

On the other hand, if you’re only trying activities within your comfort zone, you might be missing a lot. We’re not implying that it’s a bad thing, but as men, we should have the desire to step away from the familiar. It’s always good to encourage ourselves to bravely face our fears and grow as an individual. It’s just like gathering up the will to approach other people and strike up a conversation. Hence, you’ll never know success if you never try. Just like that, interesting hobbies both new and old help our mind and body to enjoy life.

Sports, gaming, fishing, building model kits, and a whole lot more are just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll be surprised to know what would qualify as a hobby for us men. Even though some of these activities require us to exert some effort, it still manages to help us unwind. Who knows, you might even make new acquaintances along the way.

Moreover, here’s the kicker, there’s an almost endless supply of cool stuff that you can try in your lifetime. For the longest time, health experts have studies that people who engage in more cool hobbies tend to live longer than others. It’s our duty here at Men’s Gear to introduce some of the coolest stuff out there. Now, we’re extending a helping hand to search for unique and awesome activities. Some of these are best enjoyed with buddies so feel free to share what you eventually like with them.

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Video Games

Ever since the first video game platforms came out, men have been fascinated with the entertainment it offers. The feeling of having control over what happens on the screen keeps us glued to the TV.

Not only does it help us relieve stress, but this hobby also improves our hand-eye coordination, according to studies. Moreover, it can be a social activity that helps you build bonds with friends.

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Hiking

Nothing beats working out to get the blood pumping. Finding new ways to challenge yourself keeps you goal-oriented. Perhaps the feeling we get after conquering rough terrain and natural obstacles makes us stronger.

Hiking does not require you to learn new skills, but it needs a little stamina, which you build along the way. Just make sure you are well-equipped and in good condition before you go

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Fishing

Imagine lounging around near a river, lake, ocean, or maybe a pond. You have a cold beer on one hand, a rod and reel on the other and the relaxing sound of nature in the background.

You can call it doing nothing right until a fish tugs the line and the battle begins. This is one awesome hobby that pits your patience and strength against marine life.

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Boxing

Not only is boxing a great workout, but it also teaches you how to use your fists as weapons. Training will help you develop your footwork, stamina, speed, and strength.

Moreover, it is great for self-defense, but like all other martial arts, never use it to start a fight. Overall, its a powerful combination of exercises that will make you fit as a fiddle.

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Camping

Every man should know how to rough it up. Years of being pampered by the comforts of urban living can make us weak. Hence, invite a few buddies and plan a weekend of camping in the great outdoors.

Use all your survival skills and have fun at the same time. Just don’t forget to let other people know your destination just in case of an emergency. Finally, always prepare your camping gear ahead of time for those unplanned adventures.

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Shooting

Knowing how to handle firearms is not really a requirement, but it’s a good skill to have nonetheless. On your free time, book a day at a shooting range so you can learn how proper gun safety. Plus, studies also show that shooting firearms is a great stress buster. This can be a stepping stone for another hobby in the future.

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Kendo

If you’ve ever dreamed of being a badass samurai or ninja, then learning basic swordsmanship might be up your alley. You start off with bamboo swords and learn how to strike as well as battle strategies to outsmart your opponent.

Just like other martial arts, you can use Kendo for self-defense. Being able to play with swords and duke it out with a rival is our idea of a fulfilling way to kill time.

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Car Repair

Despite sounding like a line of work, basic car repair can be an enjoyable hobby. On the plus side, understanding how to fix basic problems with your ride can be a big advantage in the long run.

Who knows, you’ll probably turn into a regular grease monkey. Once you get good at it, never hesitate to charge for your services or maybe accept a couple of beers for a job well done. It all depends on you.

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Wall Climbing

Now, this is one ultimate test of stamina and strength as you make your way up to a challenging series of grips. Don’t worry about falling because instructors will equip you with safety gear and guide you along the way.

As you gather more experience, even the most challenging routes can be traversed with ease. If you find hitting the gym too boring, this is one awesome alternative you can check out.

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Rock Climbing

Assuming that you’ve given wall climbing a try and loved it. You’ll soon be searching for something even more challenging. So it’s time to put apply your skills in real life by rock climbing.

Instead of conquering a man-made wall, you’re up against a natural rock face with unpredictable weather and limited gripping sections. Just remember to take all the necessary safety precautions and equip proper gear.

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Cooking

In the past, the kitchen was seen as the domain of women. Now, you’ll notice that there are now more men enjoying cooking. Eating is one awesome hobby and what better way to spend your spare time than to prepare food.

Trust us, hearing your friend and family compliment your gastronomic creations is super satisfying. Furthermore, use your skills to impress your date.

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Homebrewing

Considering that most of us usually knock back a cold one almost every day, wouldn’t it be cool if you can just make your own? Understanding the art of homebrewing will make turn you into a respected brewmaster.

You can easily find the ingredients and tools you need online. With a little patience, perseverance, as well as a whole bunch of trial and error, you’ll eventually never want to drink commercial brands ever again.

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Chess

The modern man now has thousands of entertainment options available. You can say that almost everything is now going digital. Nevertheless, chess is one strategy game that has become timeless since its creation.

Visit your local chess club or maybe hit up a friend who knows how to play. In fact, research reportedly shows that the strategies you learn in chess can be applied in certain real-life situations.

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Archery

Earlier, we listed shooting firearms as a potential cool hobby for you to try out. Yet, when you’re after a similar concept albeit with an old-school essence, then archery could be the answer.

We must admit that some of the most badass characters we’ve seen and read about are monsters with the bow and arrow. Understanding how to properly shoot one can lead to another form of hobby later on.

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Hunting

Let’s face it, without modern technology for farming, our species will still rely on hunting and gathering for nourishment. Going by the traditional method does not really sit well with certain groups, but the thrill it offers is supposedly unequaled.

That’s why a lot of individuals still enjoy it as a hobby. Just make sure that you are aware of your local regulations and have the appropriate gear and permits.

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Bodybuilding

A lot of the best manly hobbies that we will be including in the list will definitely involve some form of exercise. It’s unavoidable because studies have shown that physical activity releases happy hormones.

When your goal is to sculpt your body into that of a god, then bodybuilding is the way to go. Furthermore, fitness centers are available almost anywhere and anytime, you can always consider becoming a gym rat as a healthy pastime.

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Scuba Diving

Despite images of breathtaking underwater landscapes, marine life, and more, scuba diving is not something you just pick up and get into. Just be patient and go through the necessary certifications and you’re in for an awesome treat. Don’t forget to grab a dependable action camera so you can photos and videos of your adventure.

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Building Scale Models

Back multimedia entertainment was still in its infancy, hobbies were all you have to save you from boredom. Other than outdoor activities some individuals prefer to do something with their hands.

As long as you have a steady grip and saintly patience, working on scale models is quite rewarding. Moreover, the finished product usually ends up as centerpiece that you can be proud of.

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Toy Collecting

Looking at the value of classic toys, you’ll be amazed how much a mint condition item can fetch at auction. It makes us regret that we greedily tore open the boxes and packaging so we can start playing with them.

Now’s a good time to start a new collection so that you’ll be potentially sitting on a gold mine later in life. Personally, we would rather grab two of each item. One for playing or display and the other for reselling in the future.

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Building LEGO Sets

For those of you who are nostalgic, assembling classic LEGO bricks are a great way to kill time. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a challenge, then go for those gigantic sets with thousands of pieces.

On the other hand, when creativity is knocking on your door, then crafting cool gizmos with the LEGO Technic is absolutely perfect. The possibilities are almost endless as long as you use your imagination

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Classic Car Restoration

As long as you have the budget, time, and effort to spare, bringing classic cars back to life is an outstanding hobby for men. Get down and dirty as you rely on a little elbow grease to restore a classic ride.

If you don’t feel like hunting for parts in scrapyards, most online automotive shops can sell and ship what you need. Depending on how bad the condition of your project is, it will take some time to craft your old-school machine.

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Magic Tricks

Unless there’s really some hidden power that we’re unaware of, magic tricks rely on sleight of hand and misdirection. Performing these for your friends and coworkers successfully will leave them with amazement for days.

Just don’t give in to the temptation explaining how it’s done, because a good magician never reveals his secrets. Additionally, we heard that a trick or two works better than any cheesy pick-up line anyway.

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Paintball

A great way to have some fun on a weekend is to engage in tactical warfare with a group of like-minded individuals. Paintball is an exhilarating hobby that requires a steady aim, team tactics, and a high tolerance for pain.

Don’t let the ammunition fool you, because, without proper protection, it can hurt like hell. To make it even more interesting, try playing at nighttime with glow-in-the-dark paintballs.

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Airsoft War Games

Paintball can only take the illusion of warfare so far. One reason for this is the design of the guns. When you want to immersive experience and realism, airsoft models look like the real deal. Enthusiasts often go the extra mile to wear combat gear and even come up with tactics before the battle begins.

The honesty system must be upheld at all times because the pellets do not leave a visible mark on clothing. Not unless someone gets hit on an exposed body part then the welt will tell the tale.

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Running

One of the best ways to jump-start your journey to wellness is to slip on a pair of running shoes and head on out. Make sure to gradually work up your pace and never be ashamed to take breaks when you need to.

Over time, people eventually get to a point where they join marathons. This activity also releases hormones that combat depression, which is why a lot of runners get addicted to the activity.

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Surfing

When the wind and sea are calling out to you, surfing might be in your blood. As with any other sport, practice makes perfect. Hit your local beach or travel somewhere with just the right conditions for perfect waves.

Grab a surfboard, wipe out a couple of time, rinse and repeat. Chances are, if you know your way around a skateboard, you’ll quickly get the hang of it.

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Woodworking

You’ve probably seen images of tough-as-nail cowboys carving away a piece of wood. History tells us that men should be able to create and build something using their hands.

Woodcraft allows you to express your artistic side as you turn pieces of lumber into furniture, sculpture, and other stuff. You can even sell your work for a good price. So start whittling away on your days off and discover handicraft like a boss.

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Coaching

When you’re good at something, never do it for free. If going pro is out of the question, then maybe lending your talents as a coach can help out others. The process of turning greenhorns into cold-blooded killers on the field or court is a badass gift.

So check if your local team is looking for a mentor that will turn them into hometown heroes. The road to your professional career has to start somewhere.

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Photography

Now that we are enjoying the benefit of digital cameras, photography is as easy to pick up as ever. There is a boatload of online tutorials to help you out. Don’t be ashamed to start out with a basic point-and-shoot camera, but if you want all of the nuances of control, then an entry-level DSLR will do nicely. Moreover, some camera clubs welcome new members who want to learn the finer points of photography.

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Playing in a Band

As long as you know how to sing or play and instrument, grab a couple of friends and start a band. Get enough practice and cover some songs if you have to. Once all of you are confident with your performance, start playing for a local crowd. At least you can always skip boring gatherings by telling people that you need to practice with your band and rock on.

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Competitive Gaming

After years of playing video games, you’ve probably honed your skills to the point that you can play competitively. Look at it this way, you are potentially going to earn money and fame by doing something that you already enjoy.

Therefore, check online for local tournaments and make your way up the ladder. Additionally, you’ll get to meet new people who share your passion for gaming. Overall, it’s a win-win situation no matter what.

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Spear Fishing

Earlier we talked about the enjoyable and relaxing sport of fishing. It’s where you kick back and just wait for the fish to bite then maybe struggle for a bit and land your catch of the day. Spear Fishing is where you take it up a notch and go underwater to hunt for your prey. Just be aware of your surroundings because there’s always a bigger fish in the water.

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Car Racing

You might be thinking of illegal stop-light races, which, despite its manly appeal, is a stupid thing to do. However, what we’re referring to are the ones you have on a race track. Tune your car and test your driving skills as you maneuver around the circuit trying to beat your best time. Once you are confident about your performance, take on other races and earn a podium finish.

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Off-Roading

When racing against other cars loses its appeal, it might be time to switch over to another automotive sport. Trade your sports car for a 4×4 SUV or truck and learn to navigate through natural obstacles.

The rush of adrenaline is real as you struggle to maintain control over your ride in the most unforgiving terrain. Enthusiasts swear that it is one of the most satisfying & cool hobbies if you love the outdoors.

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Snowboarding

If you love the cold weather and the fresh powder, it’s likely that you’ll love snowboarding. Ditch the conventional skiing equipment and shred downhill on your snowboard. Just like surfing, good background with skateboards will make the transition a lot easier. This can be a seasonal hobby so keep it in mind the next time winter knocks at your door.

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Sports Officiating

Unfortunately, as much as we love certain sports, some of us just not cut out for it. Nevertheless, by sports officiating as a hobby, you can still be part of the competition. Become the person that everybody looks up to when your call can determine victory and defeat. Start off small and make your way all the way to professional games. Finally, nothing can beat the on-court seats you have all the time.

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Motorcycle Riding

Once you get bored of driving around in a car, switching over to a two-wheeler can offer a new experience. So park your vehicle, get a motorcycle, and travel the open road like a man. Make new friend as you join motorbike clubs and ride as a group.

Never forget to equip proper gear because accidents on a bike can be fatal without the right protection. On the other hand, if you’re aware of the risk as well as enjoyment it offers you might never go back to driving a car again.

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Content Creation

To start off, you’re going to need the proper gear to record and edit your photos and videos. It’s important to come up with something original, but doing something that you’re good at will work as well. You can choose from how-to videos, reviews, music, and a whole lot more.

Experiment with what works for your viewers and grow your online presence with regular content updates. This hobby can potentially become a full-time career in the right circumstances.

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Flying Model Planes

The ongoing popularity of remote-controlled drones is still overwhelming. Old-school hobbyists are trading in their vintage toys for these new gadgets. Nonetheless, if you love being in control of an aircraft, flying model planes is a great hobby.

Most of these RC replicas are powered by miniature engines, but you can purchase modern all-electric models. Unlike the automatic one-button landing and hover of drones, you’re in full control from takeoff, flight, and landing. Ultimately, one step closer to being a licensed pilot.

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Mixing Drinks

Show off your sick mixing skills behind the bar as you craft the perfect cocktail. Learning the intricacies of preparing various types of booze is an awesome hobby. Impress your guests as you whip up delightful drinks to tickle their taste buds. Moreover, it’s cheaper and more convenient to knock back a few, pass out, and sleep it off at home.

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Wine Making

This is one is a little similar to homebrewing, yet it is a bit more challenging in a lot of ways. Don’t hesitate to look up information online or get help from experts who are willing to lend a hand. Soon, you’ll be spending your free time sipping on your own vintage and serving them during gatherings with family and friends

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Programming

If you’re a whiz with computers and programming, you can make money while coding for as a hobby. There are a lot of companies that are hiring freelance programmers, so you might as well get paid doing what you like anyway.

There’s a big chance that if the pay is competitive enough. It might become a full-time gig later on. A great way of looking at it is an opportunity to telecommute and bask in the comforts of your home.

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Landscaping

In order to let our inner artists manifest hidden talent, it takes some trial and error with different mediums. Try to see if you have what it takes to remodel your lawn or backyard. Some find it relaxing to get some work done and turn the exterior features of your home into a neighborhood master. This hobby also involves some gardening as part of the package.

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Gardening

Nothing is more satisfying for a man to see the seeds he plants thrive and grow. Not only does this hobby work in tandem with landscaping, but you also have the pleasure of harvesting some vegetables while you’re at it. Saves you the money and trip going to your local farmer’s market or grocery to grab fresh produce. Proudly serve some of your homegrown salad the next time you host a party.

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Blogging

Similar to content creation, blogging is a hobby wherein you express your opinions and reactions to various stuff through writing. Just be ready to encounter various feedback ranging from positive to negative. Just remember that the pen is always mightier than the sword, hence let your voice be heard by netizens all over the world.

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Skydiving

Another one for adrenaline junkies out there. Thrillseekers out there will attest that hurling yourself out of a plane or chopper at high altitudes is rush like no other. There’s always the risk that a parachute malfunction will ruin your day. Yet, if all goes well, it going to be one heck of an experience that you’ll remember forever.

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Bungee Jumping

This hobby is a close relative of skydiving where you entrust your life to a piece of equipment. However, instead of a parachute, you’re relying on a really thick rubber band to bail you out of harm’s way. Prove your manliness by jumping off some of the tallest structures out there and feed your desire for adventure and insane fun.

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Podcasting

Just like a radio broadcast, podcasting allows you to reach online audiences around the world. Talk about anything that’s relevant for you and for sure there will be people willing to lend an ear. Just like other online hobbies, there will be feedback and opinions that go both ways. Additionally, people have the option of downloading your podcast to listen to at a later time.

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Golf

For some, this is the ultimate hobby for men with too much time on their hands. The concept is simple, just whack the ball across the course until it goes into the hole. The one who is able to do it in the least amount of tries wins. Just be wary of the occasional stray golf balls flying about because these can seriously cause some injury. There are those who will swear that this sport is a great stress buster.

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Bowling

A lot of manly hobbies usually involves various kinds of balls. Bowling is a sport that requires precision and brute strength to hurl a heavy ball across a wooden lane and knock down some pins. Personally, we found this hobby as a great way to let off some steam and just have fun. Maybe order a few beers if its available and observe as precision goes out the window.

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Ham Radio

Man’s fascination with communication is not showing any signs of slowing down, Even today, we are still coming up with new ways to transmit voice, images, and data. For enthusiasts who want to play around with vintage technology, being a ham radio operator has been a fun and manly hobby for a while now. Moreover, in times of emergency, your humble setup can even help out to broadcast relevant information to others who are in range.

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Playing The Guitar

Thanks to the unique appeal and fun offered by rhythm games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero, guitars are more popular than ever. Knowing how to play at least one instrument can be a productive hobby. After understanding the basics and getting good over time, you can audition for a band. Furthermore, we have it on good authority that ladies love a man who can shred on the guitar.

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Dancing

Before you back out from this suggestion, hear us out. It continues to be a mixed bag when it comes to busting a move. However, we know that dancing can be a great way to express your artistic side and show off your capabilities at the same time.

Additionally, all that moving around is an awesome way to keep in shape and impress the ladies at the same time. Give it a try and you might just have found a new hobby.

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Metalworking

Hearing about this hobby makes us remember when being a metalsmith was as manly as it gets. Aside from being a butcher, the ability to turn raw ore into various tools and weapons is remarkable.

Just like woodworking, you apply your skills to craft various items and even fix broken metal fixtures. If you’re already a certified grease monkey, knowing how to weld and craft metal will be of great help with your projects.

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Comic Book Collecting

This one is a lot like toy collecting, but instead of action figures and other playthings, you’re handling something else entirely. If you’re hobby already involves reading comic books, then you’re already one step ahead of being a collector.

The challenge here is to keep your stuff in pristine condition or even fo as far as buying two copies each time. Over time, some of these issues will move up in value and fetch a handsome price at an auction.

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Leatherworking

Back in the days when men still hunted game for food and trade, leather was a byproduct sought after by traders. Knowing how to fashion good out of the material is one hobby that can showcase your survival skills. With the right tools and a lot of practice, you can practically craft your own wallet, belt, shoes, and a whole bunch more. If you don’t like the idea of sourcing the real deal, synthetic options are readily available.

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Playing Pool

This game is a great way for you to relax and have fun. This is a great hobby to enjoy with your buddies as you play a couple of games with drinks on the side. In order to win, players must have a basic grasp of strategy and the skill to back it up. Plus, the game can be played solo, yet there are variations that allow more than two players to join the fun.

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Hang Gliding

Let’s assume that you took our advice and finally tried skydiving. Other than the rush of you free-falling, you’ve probably enjoyed the view when you’re safely parachuting down. Hang gliding lets you do the latter part, but gives you more control and airtime. The only caveat is that you need to be really high up in the first place to launch your glider. Despite how easy and relaxing it looks, this is not for the fainthearted.

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Cycling

Although a bit similar to motorcycle riding, this activity relies entirely on your stamina. It’s just you, your bike, and the path that’s in your way. For serious hobbyists, a performance-tuned ride can cost almost as much as a brand new car. With enough practice, cyclists can go for miles before needing a break. Just make sure that you have proper safety gear on at all times.

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Flying A Plane

This hobby is one step above flying model RC planes. In a sense, those who start off with remote-controlled toys usually end up wanting to fly the real deal. Unlike some of the stuff we’ve listed above, its something that you can’t just pick up and go. However, if you’re willing to go through all the nitty-gritty stuff, then a career as a professional pilot is waiting for you at the end of it all.

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Reading

Picking up a good book and reading a few chapters is our idea of relaxation. What’s great about this hobby is how it expands your knowledge and encourages your imagination. Comic books are definitely included, hence you can justify grabbing that new issue you’ve been waiting for a while now. Just a word of warning, some of you might lose track of time when a particularly good story has you in its grasp.

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Ghost Hunting

It’s a bit odd to have this as a hobby, but men are born to explore the unknown. For starters, you’re going to want to have a couple of buddies with you as you visit places with reports of paranormal activities.

Also, make sure that you have the equipment to capture video, sound, and other phenomena that ghost hunters swear prove spirits exist. If you have nerves of steel, try going solo and live-stream your adventure into the unknown. Who knows, you might be the first person to prove that the stories are real.

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Lock-Picking

Locks are designed to keep people out of homes, away from precious items, and other valuable stuff. However, for an experienced locksmith, there are workarounds that can overcome these security measures.

We’re not encouraging you to turn to a life of crime, but this hobby can come in handy in situations when you lose a key or forget a combination to a padlock or safe. Just remember, in the words of Uncle Ben, “with great power comes great responsibility.”

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Drawing And Painting

Remember the times when you doodled stuff on your notebook instead of paying attention in class? Maybe you’re also doing it right now at work or while waiting. When scribbling and coloring feel refreshing for you, it’s time to unleash your inner artist on a proper medium.

It doesn’t matter what your subject is, just take a blank canvas and let your imagination run wild. Don’t be afraid of feedback and criticism because beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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Graphic Design

Let’s just say that you are already a gifted artist who loves to draw and paint. Turn your hobby into a career and offer to do graphic designs for a fee. You’ll be surprised to learn that there’s a big demand for your talent. There are a lot of business out there that are looking for a man of your talents to turn their ideas into illustrations. In other words, an outstanding way to get your art out there.

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Sculpting

Artwork does not only refer to work done on a two-dimensional medium. Some artists prefer to use their hands to craft tangible pieces. Sculpting is a cool hobby that lets you create a masterpiece using clay, wood, stone, and other materials. Just try out various different platforms and choose what works for you.

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Mixing Music

A lot of people normally mistake this hobby as being a DJ. Although it might seem like the same thing, mixing music can be a different pastime. Using samples of different beats, instruments, and songs, you can create a remix or an entirely new sound. Just be careful of copyright restrictions if you’re planning to make money off of your work.

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Live-Streaming

This is a hobby that is directly related to content creation, gaming, and eSports. Instead of recording footage of your activities and uploading them online after some edition work, you’re broadcasting everything live.

This is a great medium for professional gamers and artists to showcase their talents and skills to a live audience. Nonetheless, you have to be mindful not to do something stupid that would immediately go viral online. Moreover, some streaming platforms also have some content restrictions in place, so read up before you start.

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Metal Detecting

You’ll be surprised at how many people stumbled upon something valuable while using a metal detector. To get started, this hobby just requires you to have a reliable metal detector and a lot of leg work. To make it even more interesting, try making your own tool from scratch, which is a sub-hobby in itself. With a little luck, you might hit a jackpot in some remote area out there.

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Social Work

Best Hobbies don’t really have to be about you all the time. There are individuals who would rather spend their free time helping out other people. Nothing is more satisfying than to see another person smile because your actions made a difference. There a lot of non-profit organizations and institutions that would welcome your assistance. We have nothing but respect for these volunteers who just want to pay it forward.

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Geocaching

Are you looking for a unique hobby that is fairly new? Thanks to the commercial availability of GPS tracking technology, we can now participate in a recreational activity called geocaching. What you need is a map, a compass, and a willing body to go on an adventure.

Using a GPS receiver does make it easier, but going at it the old-school way is even better. Just visit a geocaching website to jump-start your journey.

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Traveling

Now, this is something that a lot of you would gladly jump on in a heartbeat. Staying in one place for a long time can be very depressing, which is why you should travel every now and then. Spend your leisure time discovering new stuff to engage your senses. Unless you have the budget, traveling does not mean that you take a trip to another country. Plan or no plan, just be ready to take a step into the unfamiliar.

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Rafting

To all of you who love the outdoors, common recreational activities like camping and hiking will eventually lose their charm. To rekindle your love affair with nature, check out the challenge offered by rafting. All you need is an inflatable raft or kayak, paddles, and a team of like-minded pals crazy enough to take on a river.

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Yoga

As stress builds up, you begin to feel drained, anxious, and even depressed. There are various techniques to overcome these hurdles and meditation is one of them. Yoga takes this to the next level as you focus on the mind and body. This involves a lot of stretching and holding a position for lengths of time. Hence, you end up with the flexibility of a gymnast, with a mind that’s at peace.

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Watching Movies

Unless, you’ve never seen a TV show or movie in your lifetime, this hobby is pretty simple. You can use a TV, smartphone, or tablet and just enjoy a film or binge-watch a new series. Additionally, when a blockbuster flick is available, take your date or join some buddies and just enjoy the film. Let’s not forget that snacks can make the experience even better. Popcorn anyone?

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Visiting Museums

A museum is a wonderful place where you can view and enjoy various works of art. On the other hand, special exhibits can also teach and inspire you in many ways. This hobby does involve a lot of walking and standing, but there are some areas that offer seats so you can admire paintings and sculptures. When traveling, always make a mental note to try and visit a local museum and enjoy what it offers.

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Fly Fishing

Unlike regular fishing, where you cast the line and just wait for marine life to nibble on the bait, fly fishing requires something else. The bait is designed to look like an insect and is made to hop on the surface of the water. This possible with a practiced flick of the wrist and a pull on the line. However, just like the standard way, a little patience will go a long way.

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Paddle Boarding

It’s easy to mistake paddle boarding as just surfing with an oar on one hand, but the equipment used is a little different. Although it does look like the one used for surfing, it is usually thicker and wider. There’s more surface area for you to stand on so you can leisurely cruise along at a relaxing pace. However, you can always catch a wave to make it back to shore quicker.

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Skateboarding

As a popular mode of transportation in an urban environment, there are a lot of stylish tricks you can pull off on a skateboard. Knowing how to ride can help you quickly adapt to other recreational sports like snowboarding and surfing. Using a motorized model can also help you climb steep inclines, which continues to be a formidable challenge for a standard skateboard.

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Table Tennis

A regular game of tennis is usually played on an outdoor court. If you’re looking for the same experience but in a compact and indoor form, tables tennis is the one. You can play singles or doubles and smack a little plastic ball back and forth.

A set usually ends quickly, but professional players can have rallies that last a lifetime. It’s a good sport to pick up and help you break a sweat.

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Car Customization

Ever since the first The Fast and the Furious film hit the silver screen, car customization became a worldwide passion. Chances are if you love messing around with cars, this hobby is a match made in heaven for you. The abundance of detailed guides available online will become your bible. There are plenty of forums with experts willing to help out, so go ahead and try it

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Building Rigs

We get it, the hobby sounds like it has something to do with drilling for oil, but it’s actually a whole different scene. Most of the time, PC gaming enthusiasts want nothing to do with pre-built models that you can buy from stores or online.

This is a supplemental hobby to those who want to play games on a computer with the best specs money can buy. Nothing is more satisfying than to see your all your hard work turn on and boot up without a hitch the first time you press the power button.

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Carpentry

A lot of times people confuse this with woodworking. The former and carpentry share some similarities because of the material being used. Hover, the latter is more focused on the construction of houses, buildings, ships, and a whole lot more.

If you’ve already tried your luck with furniture and other smaller projects, you might want to step it up a little and try being a carpenter on your free time.

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Investing

Money management is very important if you want to make a little more for the future. It’s likely that you know someone that works for investment companies that can get you started. Men are risk-takers by nature and investing can be downright risky if don’t know the nuances of the market. As you start to earn, let compound interest take over as you scout for your next investment.

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Collecting Vinyl Records

Music can have different effects on people. It can inspire, motivate, evoke feelings, and help you relax. Right now, the most popular music format is digital. This allows you to carry a huge collection of tunes on your smartphone or portable music player.

Nevertheless, audiophiles and music experts agree that it cannot compare to the sound produced by vinyl. Give it a try and make sure that you get a decent turntable and amplifier. According to a lot of people, you’ll never want to listen to digital music again.

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Flying Drones

As long as we can remember playing around with remote-controlled toys have always been an enjoyable hobby for men. We used to have RC boats, cars, planes, and helicopters, which we bust out for recreational pleasure.

Now, drones are all over the place so we might as well adapt to the new generation of RC toys. Start off with entry-level stuff and work your way up to professional-grade models later on.

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Interior Decorating

Let’s be honest. Hearing the word interior decorator is not really our idea of a manly hobby. Nevertheless, we should understand that there’s nothing wrong with making our homes look stylish.

Remember, a lot of us spend most of our time at home when not at work or going out. Thus, we might as well make it look good and comfortable for our own enjoyment. Moreover, you can always take pride when guests come over and shower you with compliments.

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Doing Laudry

Believe it or not, there are individuals who find this chore enjoyable. Not unless you’re doing it the old way by hand, this can be a great time for you to kick back and relax while waiting. While the machines are doing all the work, you can read a book, watch TV, have a beer, and all other stuff.

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Drinking

First of all, we’re telling you to turn into an alcoholic. Studies show that having a few drinks every now and then can be beneficial. Moreover, this can encourage you to hang out with your friends or coworkers. So what are you waiting for? Don’t hesitate to pop open a cold one or knock back a few after work for that relaxing buzz.

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Swimming

Not only is swimming an excellent hobby to keep you in shape, but it’s also an essential skill to learn for survival. This activity also helps clear your mind as you focus on your stroke and breathing. Don’t even attempt to try other recreational activities that involve water if you don’t know the basics of how to stay afloat. Knowing how to swim can also help you branch out to other water sports.

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Animal Shelter Volunteer Work

Don’t you just feel bad seeing abandoned pets? If you want to make a difference and help them out, spend some time to help out at your local animal shelter. You’ll spend the day helping these unfortunate creatures find homes or just tending to their needs. There’s also a possibility that you will end up adopting a few. This is a noble and awesome way to make use of your leisure time.

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Abandoned Storage Unit Auction

This hobby has some similarities with gambling, but the rewards can be attractive. With luck on your side, you can stumble upon hidden treasures that are worth more than what you invested. Depending on the auction rules, bidders can view the open units or sometimes take a risk for unopened lockers. Overall, it’s taking a chance that something valuable sits inside one of those abandoned storage units.

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Doing Laundry

Believe it or not, there are individuals who find this chore enjoyable. Not unless you’re doing it the old way by hand, this can be a great time for you to kick back and relax while waiting. While the machines are doing all the work, you can read a book, watch TV, have a beer, and all other stuff.

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Sewing

Before you say no, just remember that your mom or girlfriend won’t always be there in an emergency. This hobby can help you learn how to mend common problems like lost buttons, broken zippers, and other clothing repair work.

Furthermore, with enough skill, you can even patch a hole on various fabrics and a whole lot more. Don’t forget to keep an emergency sewing kit and a few extra buttons handy when traveling.

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Dog Walking

Dog owners already know that just like us, our furry companions also need some exercise. Spending too much time indoors can also stress them out. The solution is as simple taking your dog out for a walk. It’s practically hitting two birds with one stone. You and your pooch will be getting a good workout and a chance to meet new people in dog parks.

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Origami

This hobby has its roots in Japanese culture and teaches you how to fold paper into various shapes or objects. If you’ve wondered how they make those paper cranes and a bunch of other cool stuff, learning Origami is the key. Impress other people as you craft cool paper masterpieces. We encourage everyone to use recycled paper to keep it eco-friendly and sustainable.

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Watching A Concert

A hobby for music lovers out there who want to catch their favorite artist’s performance live. You’re going to be mingling with a crowd that loves the same tunes as you do. The experience is both auditory and visual that cannot be replicated by video. You’ll soon find yourself moving along to the beat and singing along with everyone else.

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Stand-Up Comedy

Gather your courage and step up the stage as you rely on your wit and humor to entertain a crowd. When you clearly have a talent for cracking a joke, then this is the hobby that you need. In order to get an idea of how things work, drop by establishments that feature a stand-up comedy show. Learn how to roast people and prepare to get roasted as well once in a while. Ultimately, never take things seriously and just have fun.

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Studying Foreign Languages

Always remember that when visiting another country, you are the foreigner and not the other way around. Learning the native language is an awesome way to impress the locals during your trip. Meanwhile, fluently speaking another language is a big advantage career-wise because a lot of companies have overseas partners and offices.

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Treasure Hunting

Movies and stories that talk about hidden treasures are obviously exciting. Therefore, hunting for hidden caches in real life is undeniably better. Just don’t expect to see a treasure map like the ones from fiction.

Clearly, there are risks involved, but the payout would be enormous if you manage to find one. If you know how to scuba dive, then the hundreds of shipwrecks around the world are your playground,

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Roasting Coffee Beans

By now, most of us already know how ridiculously overpriced coffee shops can be. Although there are a few exceptions, roasting your own beans can save you a lot of money in the long run. Not only is it cost-effective, but the smell and taste of your own blend can give you a satisfaction like no other. Plus, you can proudly flaunt your accomplishment the next time you serve a cup

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Crossword Puzzles

Most newspapers regularly feature crossword puzzles to test your knowledge. However, instead of buying a newspaper, you can always play these online or on your mobile device. Some of you might find it boring, but it’s an entertaining challenge for intellectuals who want to sharpen their minds.

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Playing Board Games

Now, this is a hobby that is ideally played with a group. Grab a few friends for game night and kill time with a couple of drinks. Also, we recommend that you check out some of the more modern offerings. A lot of these are insanely funny and encourages your think outside the box.

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LARP (Live Action Role-Playing)

When traditional role-playing games start to become boring, other versions can offer a change of scenery. The old-school way relied on our imagination as well as a freakishly good Dungeon Master to guide us on our journey. Videogames, on the other hand, made it even better.

However, when you desire a slightly more realistic experience, then LARP will likely give it to you. This takes the concept of role-playing games into the real world as you dress up and act like your favorite character. It’s like cosplay but with more action and adventure mixed in.

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Jigsaw Puzzles

Completing jigsaw puzzles for a hobby is not exactly for everyone. Depending on the number of pieces, finishing one can take anywhere between hours, days, weeks, and even years. The best approach is to start with the borders, then move on to the inner pieces based on the picture for reference. You can even up the difficulty by getting one that doesn’t feature an image, but only a single color instead.

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Rubiks Cube

Successfully solving this puzzle cube is a hobby that will test your patience and willingness to learn algorithms. Again, this is a toy that will not appeal to everyone but provides an entertaining challenge for those brave enough. Once you get the patterns down, you can reportedly solve with 20 moves or less.

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Poker

What started off as a card game that was designed for gambling. Even though you can play it without betting, it’s more interesting to have something on the line. Just a like the other items detailed above this is one of the few creative hobbies that require more than one player. Now, it’s so popular that professional games are even televised with a generous sum on offer.

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Beekeeping

Another handy hobby to have is caring for a bee farm. These amazing insects are essential to the ecosystem and responsible for pollinating various plants. Furthermore, these little workers take nectar and produce delicious honey. Wear proper gear because you will get stung if you’re harvesting without protection,

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Smoking Meat

instead of buying from your local deli or supermarket, learning how to properly smoke meat is a great hobby. With a lot of practice and the right equipment, you’ll soon be making aromatic and mouthwatering goodness with every batch. Moreover, the heavenly scent that lingers is a testament of your mastery. Smoked meat keeps longer and tastes heavenly.

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Robotics

These days, the components and technology to make robots are more accessible than ever. There are kits that you can purchase online to get started. Just note that it will require a bit of knowledge with programming to get things working. Once you’re all set, you can begin automating a lot of stuff.

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3D-Printing

When it comes to printing, we’ve come a long way since the first commercial model came out. Modern printers can now print on almost any surface and use various kinds of inks. Meanwhile, a new hobby that’s growing in popularity is 3D-printing. With the right gear, you can finally print almost anything you want such as toys, machine parts, and prototypes of your 3D model.

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Freerunning/Parkour

Do you remember the time when you were dreaming to become a ninja later on when you grow up? The good thing is that there’s a new hobby that somehow teaches you to move like one. Parkour is a very rigorous activity with its fair share of risks, but once you master the movements, you can traverse almost any obstacle in your path quickly and efficiently.

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Nerf Battles

This is one cool and fun hobby that you can play indoors with your friends. The great thing about Nerf blasters is the safety of its projectiles. Nevertheless, getting hit with the foam dart in the eye can still hurt. However, the fun you’re going to have outweighs the risks involved. Sneak in a small blaster to work and declare war during your break.

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Fishkeeping

So far, most of the hobbies we listed involve animals in one way or the other. If you’ve always been fascinated by the fish tanks you’ve seen. then this hobby might be up your alley. Despite how simple it might seem like, there are some professional tips that you can follow to ensure success.

Likewise, keep in mind that some species of marine life are not meant to be kept in a single tank. Once everything is set up, you’ll enjoy the mesmerizing sights of the fishes swimming about

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Raising Chickens

For those of you that have a big space available outdoors, you might want to consider raising chickens for a hobby. As long as the noise the birds make do not disturb your neighbors, you can have a lot of fun. Furthermore, chickens eventually lay eggs, so it technically pays for itself after a while.

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Shopping

Whoever said that only women enjoy shopping? Actually, men also love to purchase a couple of stuff on occasion. You can turn this into a hobby the next time you’re after a new gadget or whatever. For convenience, buy stuff online and just wait for it to be delivered at your doorstep.

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Shoe Collecting

This is a fun but expensive hobby where you buy limited edition releases of certain kicks. If you’re lucky, grabbing a pair of the most sought after sneakers will do wonders for your collection. Reselling is quite common for those who want to make big bucks, but hardcore collectors just want to keep it for the sake of owning one.

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Building LEGO Sets

Let’s be real here, no man ever outgrows the toys of his childhood. That’s why building LEGO sets continue to be a top hobby for most guys out there. Moreover, the company keeps releasing new playsets that are so awesome. The brick building also encourages us to use our imagination and encourages creativity. Just be wary of stray pieces lying around because stepping on one is not a fun experience.

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eSports Commentator

Competitive gaming is showing no signs of slowing down these days. The sheer number of games and genres available will surely entertain a wide range of viewers. For those of us who want to participate in other ways, there are options available.

If you’re knowledgeable with the nuances and gameplay, becoming a commentator is a cool hobby for you to try out. You get to interact with top players and establish your own brand of fun.

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Sailing

When the sea is calling, you might have a sailors blood running through your veins. Learning how to properly man a sailboat can be a handy life skill. Furthermore, the more you develop your sea legs, the more this unique recreational activity will appeal to your senses. On the other hand, it’s the perfect opportunity to pretend to be a Pirate captain sailing the seven seas.

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Video Editing

Even though you are using the most advanced and high-end camera, without basic editing skills, your footage can end up a mess. However, with enough practice and an artistic viewpoint, you can craft stellar videos. Additionally, there are a lot of job opportunities out there for a good editor, so strike while the iron is hot and you’ll be doing your hobby and getting paid at the same time.

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Reviewing Stuff Online

For those of you are looking for cool stuff to do to engage viewers on your channel, doing reviews can be enjoyable. Of course, in the beginning, you will be shelling out for the items you want to feature.

However, when your channel is raking in the views and receiving stellar feedback, companies will eventually send over material that you can use. Take note to always focus on value for the consumer and the rest will follow.

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Horseback Riding

By now, you’ve probably tried motorcycles, bicycles, and other two-wheeled modes of transport, Hence, why not learn to ride the old way on horseback. If you’ve ever hoped to become a cowboy when you were a kid, now is the time to make it your dreams come true.

Despite how easy it looks when professionals are doing it, this requires a lot of practice. Yet, once you’re good enough, it’s one of the most exhilarating hobbies to have.

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Recycling

Mother Nature needs our help and its evident that we have to do something fast. A lot of our resources are dwindling and trash keeps piling up and damaging the ecosystem. Therefore, let’s also consider recycling as a worthwhile hobby to contribute to the recovery of the planet. It might not seem much but for every person who helps out, it’s one step to a brighter future for the next generation.

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Upcycling

Once you’ve made it a habit to recycle, there’ another hobby that you might want to take up. Upcycling taps into your creative side to come up with new ways to reuse stuff you don’t need anymore.

Just look around for objects or accessories that you can repurpose into something else entirely. On the other hand, this hobby can let you sell some of your creations online where others might snap up for a quick profit.

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Terrarium

Potted plants can be great decorations to have around the house or office. However, you can actually mix and match some of these into eye-catching centerpieces with a little effort. A terrarium is basically a glass container that house a variety of plants arranged in an artful way. Varying in size from a small glass bowl to a display that’s as big a room.

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Listening To Music

It’s exactly what it says, just lounging around with the tunes pumping out your sound system. On the other hand, it can be a private affair using a pair of comfortable headphones. If the beat courses through your soul, don’t be afraid to stand up and bust a few moves. Just remember to do so at home unless you want to be embarrassed in public.

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Farming

Make our ancestors proud as you take up a hobby that puts food on the table. Furthermore, learning the process of growing and cultivating will make you appreciate the work farmers do. The knowledge you gain is likewise essential just in case the apocalypse comes. There’s nothing more manly than understanding and applying a tradition that has been handed down for generations.

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Building Gundam Model Kits

For the uninitiated, building Gundam model kits are some of the most satisfying hobbies you can do. A lot of us grew up loving shows that featured towering robots and other mechanical marvels. That’s why this recreational activity is so popular the world over. The kit comes with all the parts and decals you need to craft the highly-poseable toy.

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Baking

Learning how to cook is an essential skill that helps you create culinary delights. Therefore, it might be a good idea to also master baking. Just like dishes, there are various types of bread and pastries that you can learn along the way.

Find out the best one that will pair perfectly with your main dish. Moreover, you can likewise enjoy the aroma of baked goods wafting around your house as you wait for the timer to go off.

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Vaping

Smoking a cigarette or cigar has been seen as a manly hobby since time immemorial. However, due to the apparent health risks involved, an alternative was needed. Thanks to modern technology, vaping is now trending among those who want to quit their unhealthy habit.

Right now, research is still ongoing regarding the potential health hazards e-cigarettes and vaporizers might have to the human body. Nevertheless, its the only option smokers have right now that is the lesser evil anyway.

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Tai Chi

Meditation and yoga are some of the best recreational activities to try out to help you relax. On the other hand, Tai Chi reportedly delivers a similar experience. The movements are slow and deliberate, which actually enhances your flexibility and strength.

A lot of practitioners likewise claim that it can help them meditate during the process. Give it a shot and pretend that you are a kung-fu master at the same time.

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Becoming A Foodie

No, we’re not telling you to turn into a glutton that stuffs their mouths at every opportunity. Instead, we are talking about a hobby where you give yourself a treat and taste something new. Eating is one of the best hobbies to have, hence take your taste buds on a gastronomic tour on your free time.

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Dog Training

Among pets, dogs are reportedly one of the best companion creatures to have around the house. Most dogs should be taught the basic so that they don’t create a mess indoors. On the other hand, you can also teach your pooch cool tricks. Doing so is not really rocket science, but it will take time and patience. When training is a success, you can impress a lot of people with your dog’s performance.

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Knife Making

A good knife is a man’s best friend. It’s a versatile tool that can save your life and help protect you from danger. In fact, seasoned survivalists rely on it for a living. A manly endeavor you can try is to forge your own blade.

Learn the basic or ask a smith to help you along the way so that you can successfully make one. We think that it’s cool that you can craft a knife based on your specifications and style.

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Watching Anime

Before anyone tells you otherwise, it’s important to understand that anime is not your Saturday morning cartoon fare. The stories are deep, the action is intense, and the characters are memorable.

It’s a hobby that will surely keep you entertained because there is a lot of new stuff that comes out on a regular basis. Just check out streaming services if you want to watch shows as soon as they air in Japan.

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Free-Diving

Scuba diving already has its fair share of risks, but the hunt for extreme activities must continue. A brave few opt to descend into the depths of the sea with breathing equipment. Free-divers train rigorously to be able to take deep breaths of air and hold it in while they dive down. It’s an extreme hobby that only a few will dare.

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Base Jumping

This extreme sport shares a similarity with sky diving, but instead of jumping out of an aircraft, you will need a really tall structure. Always check with the local authorities if it’s permitted, but just know that a lot of the ones you see on videos can be considered trespassing. On the other hand, if all goes according to plan, you will jump off, deploy your parachute, and safely glide down to a designated landing spot.

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Fantasy Sports

Don’t you ever wish that you can build a team of superstars that can take on other teams and emerge the victor? Such is the fulfillment offered by fantasy sports. Where else can you take real-life statistics of each player and craft a dream team? You can then play simulated games online with friends or random gamers and hope that your team wins.

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Poetry

Depending on the artform you choose to pursue, we encourage you to express what you feel without holding back. Painters have their canvas, musicians have their instruments, and poets have their voices.

Of course, you can also write down what your heart tells you and let the world read or hear your musings. There are a bunch of poetry websites and clubs that can help you mingle with other people who share your passion so get going and check out this hobby.

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Collecting Stamps

With emails and social media changing how we communicate, the traditional written medium is dying out. Collecting stamps is a hobby that’s going to be extinct in the future, but it doesn’t mean you can’t start now. Knowing that these paper treasures will soon increase in value makes it interesting. Check with your local post office to get started.

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Coloring Books

Can you recall spending hours just with your crayons with a good coloring book in hand? The activity teaches us to color within the lines and helps grow our creative side. Experts understand that this hobby does not really die out once we grow up, so we now have adult coloring books available in the market. Unlike the ones kids use, these feature intricate patterns that will have you coloring for hours on end.

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Grilling

Another hobby that branches out from cooking. This time, instead of being cooped up in the kitchen, you are outdoors working your magic on the grill. This is an awesome hobby where a man crafts mouth-watering dishes that pair nicely with a bottle of cold beer, some tunes, and the company of friends.

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Astronomy

For the longest time since men looked up the sky at night, we are mesmerized by the universe. Using a good telescope, you can explore the heavens and even our closest neighbor—the moon. You can learn to recognize constellations and so much more that can aid you with navigation. Overall, it just makes us wonder if we are really along in the universe. This is one cool hobby nonetheless.

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Watching Sports Games

Another manly hobby that you can do with friends. It’s pretty easy to set up, which makes it a good spur-of-the-moment activity. This can be done at a sports bar where you find a spot to chill and enjoy the game. The other option is to view the match at home with a cooler or fridge full of beer with snacks on standby when the munchies hit hard.

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Making Movies

Before you get any funny ideas, we are talking about short films that can showcase your directing chops. Ask your friends to help out with your project. It helps if you bribe them with drinks and snacks. Don’t expect stellar acting on your debut film, but it will be something that you can look back on and laugh later on.

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Bonsai

We adding another hobby that originates from Japan. A lot of you would agree that the Japanese are the ultimate zen masters on how to chill. That’s why this hobby will help you develop patience and an eye for art. With the right shape and size of a bonsai tree, you can create a truly stunning masterpiece. Check some of the professional stuff online and you’ll understand what we mean.

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Growing A Mustache Or Beard

Believe us, this is a valid hobby that only men can do. We don’t want to sound misogynistic, but this actually needs a lot of facial hair. Challenge your pals to grow, groom, and live the ultimate hirsute lifestyle until somebody gives up. Sadly not all men are created equal so those with barely a few whiskers should just give up.

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Joining A Club

This one is pretty easy, but the challenge is to avoid getting kicked out. We’re talking about becoming a member of a social club or fraternity. This allows you to share ideas and work closely toward the same goal. A lot of these groups often work to help the community so it will definitely help you build character and become a functional member of society.

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Glass Blowing

By nature, a real man should be good with his hands. That’s why handicraft is normally a popular hobby among men. Working with delicate components showcase our skills, which is why glass blowing can be interesting. You can craft beautiful pieces that will be proudly on show in your office or your home.

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Keeping A Journal

As men, we want to make our mark in the world. We want to be able to chronicle our journey from humble beginnings to our rise to greatness. Things don’t always go our way, but keeping a journal is a great way to relieve stress. You can even read it and look back at all the stuff you’ve done in the past in great detail, which hopefully helps you avoid the same mistakes in the future.