Yellow Cab’s APB Los Angeles February 2-4, 2007 Bootcamp Testimonial
How can one complain about a APB’s bootcamp on “How to get laid” if one got laid? Check out my field report of “2 Asian brothers sleep with two brunette sisters.”
APB teaches a lifestyle change for Asian/ Minority men. I’ve read his website and know from personal experience that we AZN bro’s need to work a helluva lot harder to get the lifestyle that we all deserve. That’s why I signed up to take his bootcamp: to improve my social and sexual life.
ABOUT ME: I’m Filipino 5’6. 38 yrs.old. could lose a few lbs. I have minimal field experience. I’ve tried bits and pieces here and there. Read lots of material: The Game, Venusian Arts Handbook, Mysteries DVD’s, Ross Jeffries.
I had every excuse not to take his course: I’m not ready. I need to study more material.
Now is the best time...
I would recommend reading “The Game” and the Venusian Art Handbook. Learn a few of the games like “The Cube” or any Kino building game at The Bristol Lair.
Try them out on the field so you own them. I was able to use them a few of them. But who’s disciplined enough to do that?
Asian Playboy: He is by far an awesome instructor. Most people can do things, but can’t break it down as to why it works. It’s like most artist just “FEEL IT”. He can actually do it.
He was very patient with us and never got overly pissed at us when we made stupid mistakes and take it out on us. We’re here to have fun. I made some great friends and now I have lots of stories to tell.
There were three of us who took his 3 day bootcamp in Los Angeles. It’s REALLY changed all of us.
Most people will give you shit for taking a seminar like this. Fuck them because they don’t want to improve their life. They say that you will find that special girl one day… and that one day will never come. Or they will test you like “Go pick up that girl over there!” and laugh you.
I learned a ton. I mean a TON. I’m trying to write everything down. It’s as if I had a life experience / enlightenment. Reviewing my notes I now see where I went wrong and what I did right. APB corrected my bad habits right off the bat. His comments were brutally honest, but which of your friends will never point them out to you.
Try not to get hung up on details. I wanted to work at one step at a time because my opening REALLY sucked. I kept beating myself up over my opening. Perhaps that’s why it became harder and harder. As APB put it, a first down is good, but a touch down is better. Focus on being successful. It’s like creating art, it’s messy.
WHAT TO EXPECT
I didn’t know what to expect. A lot of canned material to memorize? Or pickup lines to try? No, he helps you develop your own material.
Be open to suggestion. He is a terrific coach who is here to help. Expect to learn a lot. Then again we’re Asian and we’re fast learners.
There were three of us which probably should be the max. After three you’d have to get an assistant. Having a couple of other students was helpful in that it gave me an idea of what to do and what NOT to do. They were also very supportive and encouraging. We all got along well and became friends.
APB’s INDIVIDUAL CRITICSM:
Everything that I felt conscious about, APB pointed them out. It was not easy to take criticism, but this is boot camp. I had to suck it up and grow big hairy balls. I was here to learn.
I LOVED THESE EXERCISES! We discovered so much about our voice, speech pattern and speaking enthusiastically. It was a nice break from the lectures to get our blood pumping.
I would have liked some visualization exercise. For example: Imagine we’re a pack of wolves, you’re a super hero, you’re having the time of your lives at this place and when someone rejects you it only brings you closer to your goal.
It was clear, simple and concise. I liked the research studies statistics to emphasize and visualize how important the material was.
Suggestion: How about “How to eject from a group?” Then again after a girl’s turned her back, what’s left to say?
It was a HUGE EYE OPENER to watch APB sarge. I have seen non PUA’s sarge, but now I know what true game is. It’s like playing basketball with your buddies and then watching Kobe Bryant. It’s also great to know that it is possible to learn game because he was just like us.
I learned mannerisms like if you get introduced to a set, shake their hands. Buy your friends a drink. Keep the drinking to a slight minimum so you’re very aware.
I felt like I was in pack of wolves. OC Waterboy came out. I didn’t see him in action, but the other students said he was amazing. His style is very different, but the principles were still the same. I wish I could have bought him a drink.
His field critique was right on the money. I liked that he would only pick one or two points and leave it at that. Some people go on and on. Maybe it’s just me being my first time, but you could ease up on barking orders. I laugh about it now, but our nerves were already raw.
He was very well prepared with the classroom material and field experience. Obviously, he’s taught many people and can give the right critique.
I would have liked him to have us read some material prior for some of the newbies so they understand the list of terminology and concepts. E.g. sets, BT Spikes, Negs, Another exercise is to go out and practice speaking loudly a week before hand so they get used to it.
A preparation handbook would have been better. i.e.
Cash for cabs and clubs, no credit cards (we learned the hard way), breath mints, clothes to sarge, ID’s, cell phones and chargers, condoms and KY (always prepare for success).
Pick a hotel that isn’t a rat hole because you’re going to stay there all day. Spend a few extra bucks so your taxi ride isn’t long.
The location was a God send because our lays were within walking distance. LOL!
A clear schedule would be nice. It comes off as more professional and more prepared.
4 – 8 class at hotel room
8 – 9 dinner, dress up, relax
10- 1:30 club
1:30- hotel debrief
Well worth it for three days. I would hate to see the price go up because I know a lot of AZN bros can’t afford it, but if someone can change your life in a few days, it’s well worth it.
My personal advice to everyone is STOP PLAYING VIDEO GAMES!
My second recommendation is TAKE IMPROV or ACTING CLASS!
My third is to HAVE FUN AND TAKE HIS BOOTCAMP!
- Yellow Cab (Los Angeles)
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