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- Judo, shotokan- junior classes under 13.
Muay thai/ Kickboxing-
started from 15 years old solid, 17 eased off, then on and off for a couple of years, stopped when I was 19. Did not compete, but it gave me one hell of an arrogance boost in my early adulthood.
"Modern scientific hybrid" called Total Control under Lawrence Lee in around 2003 or 2004-
about 6 months, incorporated wing tsun, muay thai, boxing, etc. In the interests of transparency, I would not recommend this system, if I could find more info on him I would begin an investigation, as it stands, one youtube video wouldn't cut it for anything other than lulz.
TKD & HKD- over a year in WTF, reached blue belt (have documentation) and yellow belt in HKD (no documentation) I left soon after the grading, I became disheartened when I realised I was being held back and thought it might have something to do with grading fees, thanks bullshido.net for opening my eyes.
BJJ- around a year of on/off training. Approximately 60 hours.
Judo- 7 months before injury.
BJJ- a bit more, nothing regular though.
NB: None of my training includes the hours spent with training partners out of class times.
Stronglifts 5x5. Reached relatively decent squat of 100kg.
Back to BJJ at SPMA- 3 months approximately twice a week.
Changed schools- now at Advance Martial Arts. Finally graded, one stripe white belt. Woohoo.
Current training is 3 days BJJ, 2 days MMA, with strength and conditioning throughout.
I have a training blog so if you haven't paid for a membership, do so and get on it.
- It'll all be alright in the end, if its not alright, its not the end.
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