9/11/2004 6:21pm, #31
Karim Quibir trains eight hours a day, four in the morning (physical) and four in the afternoon (specific for boxing) and he is the badass, at least for spanish boxing standars that generally suck (along with most european boxing).
9/12/2004 9:35pm, #32
Originally posted by Darting Fingers
- Join Date
- Jun 2004
- Melbourne, AUS
- BJJ / Muay Thai
Of course no less than six schooners before each sparring session, not 6 of those funny Melbourne pots though, get a real sized beer into ya.
Training drunk would be like training with aliveness for those times you're at the pub and somebody starts sumpin'.....definitely going to be part of my schedule now.
9/12/2004 10:52pm, #33
- Join Date
- Dec 2002
- Toronto, Canada
- Karate/Muay Thai
How come everyone here equates training long hours with training well? If you're training long hours and not a superstar, maybe you just plain are wasting your time? There's training, and then there's beating your head against the wall.
And JKDC, you're very welcome m'lady. :DRegards,
"Na'h, they should go to old school rules.
One guy gets sword and sheild, the other gets a net and a trident.
Lions eat christians between rounds." - Strong Machine