I have a student who needs to lose a little bit of weight. He’s hardly obese but he’s let his gut run away from him a little too much and needs to dial it back in. To help with that we’ve been sending each other daily weigh-ins, which I hope will continue to encourage him … Continue reading How to Lose Weight (14 Point Plan)
Month: February 2023
Guest Lay Report: Mr J’s First Daygame Lay, Freaky French Girl
I first started working with Mr J last year when he had about 75 Daygame approaches under his belt. He reached out to me and we started doing weekly calls where we would talk about his sticking points and go into detail on how to solve them. He recently got his first Daygame lay (and … Continue reading Guest Lay Report: Mr J’s First Daygame Lay, Freaky French Girl
Beyond Daygame Guilt
We're already familiar with Daygamer guilt: the dissonance from thinking/knowing that you ought to be out approaching right now and the reality that you’re not. Or from being out on the streets and not approaching as much as your favourite guru might encourage you to. It comes from all the material you’ve consumed which tells … Continue reading Beyond Daygame Guilt
Should You Approach From The Left Or The Right?
This is perhaps the most serious question you should ask yourself this year: should I approach from the left or the right? “Perhaps” being the operative word there, because it absolutely should. Do not doubt yourself. Ever. Even if what you are saying makes negative-sense. Conviction is the cornerstone of both pick-up and the legal … Continue reading Should You Approach From The Left Or The Right?
The Art of Learning, Josh Waitzkin (Review/Summary)
Josh Waitzkin is somewhat an anomaly when it comes to performance: he is both a champion Chess player and in Tai Chi Push Hands (the martials art form of Tai Chi). How does someone go about being one of the best in the world at two disciplines which, on the surface, appear so different? In … Continue reading The Art of Learning, Josh Waitzkin (Review/Summary)