8 Ways to Make Daygame More Fun (feat. John Meadows and Jeff Nippard)

Today’s post is a fun one. And what better way to have fun than with some special guest stars. John Meadows and Jeff Nippard are two guys that I follow on YouTube and they just put up this video about making the “fitness lifestyle fun.” Considering how closely the pick-up community mirrors the health and … Continue reading 8 Ways to Make Daygame More Fun (feat. John Meadows and Jeff Nippard)

Lee Cho Daygame: 10 Questions With Thomas Crown

Hot off the press (pretty much given the frequency of posts in these lockdown days): I've been messaging Lee for a while now talking about Daygame and he had the fun idea of doing an interview for his website which you can find here. I really enjoyed answering his questions and hopefully you'll find the … Continue reading Lee Cho Daygame: 10 Questions With Thomas Crown

Hidden Options and Fragilities in Daygame

I’ve been working my way through Taleb’s Incerto series and am currently nearing the end of Antifragile. Just Skin in the Game left after that (I’ve skipped Bed of Procrustes as it’s a book of aphorisms). I would have been done sooner but I took a break after reading the first two books back to … Continue reading Hidden Options and Fragilities in Daygame

What Makes Someone an Advanced Daygamer?

This was a question I thought about for a few minutes before whacking on my twitter account. I ended up getting a lot of responses which I’ll cover in this post plus the ones I can think of myself or have heard previously. Time/set/lay dependent: you become an advanced Daygamer after doing it consistently for … Continue reading What Makes Someone an Advanced Daygamer?

Warsaw Review

I got back from Warsaw yesterday with some stories to tell. Here’s my review of the city: Statistics Ahh statistics, it’s always good to start here, mostly because it’s the kind of juicy information everyone is really interested in; there’s nothing more engaging to a Daygamer than comparing their ratios to see who is the … Continue reading Warsaw Review