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  1. RhinoUP is offline

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    12/09/2012 4:56pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    You could cry over spilt milk but ah well.

    1. You should've been restarted in mount.
    2. Should've kept your guard close.
    3. There's a cheat rule there if you want to know it so he couldn't score on you.
    4. The only way to get ready for that competition adrenaline dump is to practice with your partners competitively.
    a. Best example I can give you is that my guys get a fresh person in every minute and they have to stay in the middle the entire time even if they tap their partner.

    Thanks for the input big guy.

    1 yeah but whatever. Not gonna let it bother me.

    2 yes. I was trying. Really trying.

    3. Curious. But cheating to win a piece of tin seems counter productive.

    4. That's the plan. Gotta up the intensity which was pretty high to begin with. I had read about adrenaline dump, but it really was insane. I guess you've got to experience it to understand it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RhinoUP View Post
    Thanks for the input big guy.

    1 yeah but whatever. Not gonna let it bother me.

    2 yes. I was trying. Really trying.

    3. Curious. But cheating to win a piece of tin seems counter productive.

    4. That's the plan. Gotta up the intensity which was pretty high to begin with. I had read about adrenaline dump, but it really was insane. I guess you've got to experience it to understand it.
    My first three kickboxing matches ended first round KO's. I was so tired I couldn't figure out what was up. I used to be a decathlete for Christ sake. Then I ran into a guy that knew what he was talking about.

    Good skill in your next event.
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    12/10/2012 7:33am


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    Quote Originally Posted by RhinoUP View Post
    .... I'm the guy in black.
    That's great because the guy in black was totally a much much better grappler than the slob in blue, especially standing.
    Shame you couldn't get a choke from the first half, shame you had no energy for the second half,
    get him next time eh?
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    12/10/2012 1:07pm


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    Thanks DR...like Omega said..time to train harder and in more stressful situations.
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    Posted On:
    12/10/2012 1:38pm


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    Great job Rhino! Hope you had fun and learned alot, those are the two most important things imho. Keep at it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RhinoUP View Post
    Thanks DR...like Omega said..time to train harder and in more stressful situations.
    There's an opposite side to this too. The last competition I did I had a hangover, smelled of vodka. I'm so keyed to high level that I never get nervous while competing anymore. So yeah, make sure you're nice and worried so you don't lose that adrenaline rush.
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    12/20/2012 12:36am


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    Quote Originally Posted by AKRhino View Post
    Great job Rhino! Hope you had fun and learned alot, those are the two most important things imho. Keep at it!

    I've literally been through this match 50 times. I did so many things wrong and a couple things right. It's been a couple weeks and I'm rolling much better in my past few classes...I'm starting to deal withpressure differently and relaxing more and focusing on breathing. I still get owned by most in my gym but im giving guys that normally destroy me a tougher time. Competing has helped me a lot more than I thought it would.

    Can't wait to do it again. Think there's a Long Island pride in feb and the I jug ny open is April 4th. Thanks for all the advice and encouragement.
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