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Max H.

So the program was not what I expected going in, but it turned out to be *far* better in actuality than I could have hoped for. It was an absolutely incredible experience. It isn’t just about getting girls. It’s about becoming a better, more fulfilled man. (And consequently, the girls will follow. But so will a lot of other benefits.)

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The curriculum was completely redone for this 10-day (and consequently the curriculum on the LS website is completely obsolete). Andrew and Alex have taken everything they’ve learned from running Rockstar all these years and tried to condense the most important aspects into the 10 day curriculum. They’ve also taken the best insights from a ton of different self-development programs and incorporated them into a powerful, comprehensive system.

So the program was not what I expected going in, but it turned out to be *far* better in actuality than I could have hoped for. It was an absolutely incredible experience. It isn’t just about getting girls. It’s about becoming a better, more fulfilled man. (And consequently, the girls will follow. But so will a lot of other benefits.)

I signed up for this program with barely any knowledge of pick-up. My knowledge was limited to what I had learned at a 3-day boot-camp a few months before. That camp got me to the point where I could get comfortable in a bar or lounge and actually approach people and have a conversation. But it didn’t get me much further than that (because it’s only 3 days and you can only do so much). Tanner was helping out at that camp and both he and Issac recommended the 10-day as the next step, so I decided to give it a shot. I’m very glad I did.

Broadly, the first 3 days were about outer game. The tasks they gave us when we went out that first weekend were designed to help us see where our blockages were. The next 4 days were devoted to “inner game” and actually starting the process of breaking through the major issues holding us back. Then we went back to the outer game for the last days and worked on incorporating everything we’d learned into an overall package. When we went out that second weekend, I think everyone saw a major reorientation and consequent massive improvement.

I certainly got far more out of the camp than I had expected. In fact to be honest, when Andrew started introducing his view on the inner game stuff, I was very skeptical and was seriously imagining that I was going to have to exercise the money back guarantee. It didn’t turn out that way though. Give him a chance and jump into the exercises with both feet and you’ll make dramatic strides.

If you are seriously wrapped up in science, although Andrew doesn’t think of it this way, you could understand what he’s doing as being an eclectic mix of various psycho-social interventions that are all known to work but that don’t have an agreed upon basis for *why* they work. He has elements of CBT, ACT, DBT, imagery rescripting, MBSR, and a few others — combining the most powerful techniques from a whole host of methods. But he’s simplified and unified the terminology so that you can understand it without a PhD in psychology and years of study.

If you are thinking about doing this or any other dating camp, I’d recommend just taking the plunge and starting with this one instead of “working your way up” like so many others have done. Furthermore, if you are looking for a general self-improvement program, I’d *also* recommend starting here since it incorporates the major ideas from so many places. Then you can see where you’d benefit most from going further and zeroing in on that instead of jumping around haphazardly. (And Andrew isn’t hesitant to tell you where he got his ideas from or to recommend that you follow up by going further by doing a particular program despite his not getting anything out the referral.)

As for the cost, I know it seems like a ton of money. But if you break it down by the hourly rate, it isn’t really that much. The hours varied each day, but I’d estimate that we got *at least* 5 hours of seminar every day and 3 hours additional hours of either in-field or other activities. So that’s 80 hours over 10 days. And it included Alex, Andrew, Tanner, Blake and a host of guests from Project Rockstar to help out. At $12,000 for the camp, that works out to under $40 per person-hour and less than $120 per hour overall. (And again, they actually spent more time with us, and there were more people involved, so this is a *very* conservative estimate.)

So, don’t let the price scare you away. You will not find any program of remotely comparable quality for anywhere near this price per unit time. The 10-day is a fantastic bargain and you’ll get far more than you expected out of it. Furthermore, skipping all the other programs you are considering and doing this right away will save you time and money in the long run by maximizing the impact for the time and money you spend by eliminating the need for that other stuff.