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    Default Day Game pick up boot camp

    Hey Guys,

    Need your advice on this - I've been thinking about taking a day game boot camp but was wondering if any of you recommend it (and please tell me it's not a scam haha).

    Is it worth taking a boot camp to help you with your game for a fairly expensive price (less than 2k)? I know i need a bit of help with my game since i tend to start the process, however, once i hit a sticking point, i back down.

    If you have taken a boot camp, can you let me know if it actually helped you with your game or is it things you can learn without purchasing a spot? do you tend to keep improving or does your skill level stay the same as you were taking the boot camp?

    Any help/advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Default Re: Day Game pick up boot camp

    Don't have any problems with bootcamps but I feel like you don't need a bootcamp, just go out and sarge a lot and keep a journal of what you did right or wrong. A lot of "PUA" now adays just want your money and teach you things you could learn by yourself. It's my opinion though, I got better just by working on it and winging with other peoples. Don't fall for the propaganda.
    You lose some you win some, learn from your mistakes and get better!


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