Posted On:10/24/2012 3:31pm
Style: muay thai, kung fu
Agree with you. It's affordable and a good place to work out. You gotta push yourself there no one is going to teach you much. If I had the money I would train elsewhere but like I said above, even boxing has become very expensive and not accessible to the average working Joe.
Posted On:10/22/2013 6:06am
hello folks. I had to register here just so I can say something. I joined Sugarrays last May and thouroughly enjoy my membership. Mind you I am fairly new to boxing, and at my age have no ambitions to compete. Bob is fine, in fact I truly enjoy when he train me 1:1, we have a blast, funny jokes and such. He can be abusive, but in a good way, just so you stop cheating or to may you work a little harder, nothing wrong with it, really, just like a good sarge. I see some flock of coaches working there, I lilke coaching from only one or two of them other than Bob himself. Bob never refused if I asked for some training, keep in mind that he knows that he is wasting his time on me. Somebody mentioned boxer dementia - totally wrong
Posted On:10/22/2013 6:53am
Style: TKD, CMA & American Kenpo
Originally Posted by drone
Somebody mentioned boxer dementia - totally wrong
I would appear that the op and his alter-egos are the ones with boxer's dementia. Could someone at least visit the gym and do a review.
Posted On:10/22/2013 3:37pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
The OP and his four alter-egos sound like some bullshidoka who walked into a boxing gym, got tooled-up in the ring, and want someone listen to them cry about how it was because they weren't allowed knee kicks until they restore their own faith in martial-larps.
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