Posted On:7/15/2011 7:21am
Originally Posted by Prince Vlad
Now that I'm married and have kids I train BJJ, Judo and Krav because they keep me sane, regiment my lifestyle and because they are fun. Mostly I train now because I want to be able to protect my family and be a strong father figure to my kids.
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Originally Posted by Cake of Doom
I train because it fun and it keeps me out of the pub for a few hours a week. Less beer = less nagging.
Now the above are excellent reasons for me training Judo, however the one that keeps me coming back is that choking people on the mat takes away some of the urge to choke the people I work with on a daily basis.
Posted On:7/16/2011 11:59am
Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr.
I train because I need an outlet, also I like to choke people.
Posted On:7/16/2011 12:14pm
I train because every session reminds me that I'm not a bad ass. Oh yeah, and I might be a little sadistic.
Posted On:7/16/2011 1:15pm
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Posted On:7/16/2011 8:16pm
Because every good gentleman should know how to handle himself in a fight.
And because I'm awesome. And fighting for fun and learning real martial arts is part of what awesome people do. Some of us have warrior in our blood, and we feel the most alive in these moments. When I meet a good fighter and I'm being beaten senseless, and my heart and mind and body come together and the whole world fades away and I have no other reality except to summon every ounce of myself to explode back into that mans face and destroy him, those are the moments I feel most at peace.
"This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
And of course, our resident hard man, underground fighter, kitten rescuer, loving father (I'm serious), and over all very sexy furry ************... Budo monkeh.
Posted On:7/26/2011 11:41am
I train to keep my eye in- so to speak. Timing and conditioning are valuable when they are honed.
Having said that, my body is junk. one heavy throw ( I am a judo beginner) and I can hardly walk for 2x weeks!...hmm.
Posted On:7/26/2011 2:58pm
Started to train for self defence and to defend my family, stayed for the brother/sisterhood and friendship
Posted On:7/27/2011 2:05am
Style: Suio Ryu Iai Kenpo
I started at a kid because of Ninja Turtles. Then it became fun in its own right. So, I didn't stop.
Posted On:7/27/2011 4:22pm
Style: BJJ, MT, MMA, CQB
Originally Posted by oplus
Are throwdowns strictly MMA?
At throwdowns the style and intensity of the fight is usually whatever you agree on with the person you're sparring with. Some folks may only do standup or ground at a light or medium intensity, others might do MMA at a high intensity level.
I started to train because I thought that I should know how to fight. I continue because I enjoy it and learn something new every day.
Posted On:7/28/2011 3:02pm
Style: Tai Jutsu/MMA
I started as a kid because I though Bruce Lee and the Ninja Turtles were cool, plus my dad wanted we to be involved in sports, and I didn't like organised ones. I stayed with it because I thought it beneficial to know how to fight, or restrain people as I learned in the Marines. Now I do it to stay fit, and keep the pints at bay.
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