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    These athletes dont have high tech gyms and free stuff, they have to fight everyday for their dreams a lot of them have jobs beside training, they only deserve respect for their effort!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
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    These athletes dont have high tech gyms and free stuff, they have to fight everyday for their dreams a lot of them have jobs beside training, they only deserve respect for their effort!
    You're damn right, +100 kg.

    I mean, who with judo experience here doesn't believe this guy would be MORE amazing if he lost even 25-50 kg?

    This guy is a POSTER CHILD for judoka to do more cardio, not an example of judo > cardio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    You're damn right, +100 kg.

    I mean, who with judo experience here doesn't believe this guy would be MORE amazing if he lost even 25-50 kg?

    This guy is a POSTER CHILD for judoka to do more cardio, not an example of judo > cardio.
    He started training at age 5, is the 2008 +100 kg Judo champion of Oceania

    I don't think that with all his training he is still fat because of his diet
    maybe some other problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    He started training at age 5, is the 2008 +100 kg Judo champion of Oceania

    I don't think that with all his training he is still fat because of his diet
    maybe some other problem?
    Big guys get huge hunger cravings when they train hard. Without seriously controlling your diet or doing extra cardio to cut some of the calories you'll just keep getting more massive.

    He basically eats exactly the way he looks like he eats.

    "I just eat anything really," he said yesterday. "I don't have a special diet, it's just whatever I feel like. I don't have any diet secrets. There's a lot of protein, a lot of beef and a lot of chicken."

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    Jesus F Christ, you can make two 100+ judokas out of one single competitor.

    I don't care what he eats, but man is he big.

    WTF Guam.

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    There's a lot of similarities to Sumo here. Obviously there is a GI to hold onto and they aren't aggressively shoving each other as much; but seeing men this large throwing each other it's easier to identify similar throws. Interesting. Totally off topic, but I guess you get that in YMAS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzis View Post
    Jesus F Christ, you can make two 100+ judokas out of one single competitor.

    I don't care what he eats, but man is he big.

    WTF Guam.


    Hey I just checked it down

    http://just4fununlimited.com/2011/12...c-blas-jr.aspx

    He is 4th Dan in Judo

    You can make TWO 2nd Dan 109 kg judokas out of him now talk about some power over there

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    Maybe he wants to be at that weight.

    There are advantages to being huge.

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    If you can close the gap as a grappler, striking really isn't necessary...

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    Quote Originally Posted by exposingkfrauds View Post
    If you can close the gap as a grappler, striking really isn't necessary...
    But if you're up against an experienced striker you might get KO'd trying to close that gap.

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