Posted On:8/15/2011 6:59pm
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
Bury Your Dead
Hardcore is good cause the songs usually last around 2-3 minutes = round on the bag. Plus, the changes in tempo mean you can increase and decrease ferocity according to changes.
Originally Posted by Mr. Machette
Ups to Battlefields for dropping the sage wisdom.
You are like a Pimp Yoda.
Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit
Battlefields... You're more of a man than I am.
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:8/15/2011 7:25pm
Style: BJJ, MMA, JJJ
Originally Posted by Nefron
Tool? Seriously, when I hear that I involuntary hunch over and get Maynard dance spasms.
Isn't that how KFM was invented? ;-)
Posted On:8/15/2011 7:53pm
Style: Nothing - yet
Best song from No.#1 band of Japan.
You know me...the snakebite hiss, the Devil's Grip, the Iron Fist
Posted On:8/15/2011 8:41pm
Style: Hung Fist, BJJ, Qi Gong
This song (rare single version in fact) might make you train harder and also build an engine.
where you come from is gone
where you thought you were going to weren't never there
and where you are ain't no good unless you can get away from it
Last edited by W. Rabbit; 8/15/2011 8:49pm at .
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Posted On:8/15/2011 9:00pm
Posted On:8/15/2011 10:01pm
Style: BJJ and Judo
As much as I love Punk rock, I have to agree with battlefields. NYHC is just better for training IMHO. Its louder and more aggressive, and breakdowns make for good interval training. Fear is the **** though, I was listening to Beef Bologna on my way home from the gym today. There is like 4 people on this website that dont dont listen to crap so far lol.
Posted On:8/15/2011 10:48pm
Originally Posted by Hiro Protagonist
Also, Evergrey. :Milk:
But does it not make you want to hit things a lot while grinning just a little too wide?
Posted On:8/15/2011 11:37pm
Posted On:8/16/2011 12:01am
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