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  1. ZenMMA is offline

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    Posted On:
    4/04/2012 11:08am


     Style: Muay Thai

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    Timetable - 2 months

    Im going to be training some MMA for the next couple months full time, however I have just checked the timetable and there are so many options Im not sure what classes I should do.

    I am a virgin to BJJ so thats definitely going to be a daily event (no GI) and as I am in Thailand I should taker advantage of the Muay thai instruction I guess, but I am also interested in doing wrestling and boxing and MMA?????

    If you were to make a weekly programme out of this
    http://www.phukettopteam.com/timetable/

    what would it look like?

    PS. I am thinking that I might try and train using my strongest side forwards for the 2 months and see what it adds to my game.
  2. robdaze151 is offline

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    4/04/2012 11:12am


     Style: American Kickboxing

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    Yeah since it's going to be with PTT definitely do MT. Don't go in there with a general idea of how you're going to stand because you will miss out on instruction. Pick out your schedule and go for it.
    say what's up to my buddy Malik when you see him. good kid and strong thai.
  3. ZenMMA is offline

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    4/04/2012 1:49pm


     Style: Muay Thai

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    Im thinking maybe MT for the morning, Strength and conditioning early afternoon and BJJ late afternoon.
    I want to get in as much BJJ as possible, but I dont want to do it with a GI as that seems like a lot may not be applicable for MMA?
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    Posted On:
    4/05/2012 9:27am


     Style: American Kickboxing

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    gi make your no gi better.

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