Thread: How much MA training do you do?
10/05/2007 12:31am, #11
wow...a 3 year old thread resurrection. Is that some kind of record?
I suppose while I'm here I'll answer the question. 4-5 days a week. Includes BJJ, Kickboxing/MT, Boxing and Wrestling.
10/05/2007 1:01am, #12Originally Posted by Wolf
I do MA 3 nights a week and hit the gym 5 days a week. I used to do more (in terms of time and sessions) but I've done my research and have become more effective in my training. I still suck though.
10/05/2007 1:16am, #13Originally Posted by Lily
10/05/2007 9:58am, #14
And now the embarassing truths come out.
I'm just picking up MA again, and it will bring me to a grand total of once a week, which is mostly a product of work schedule, commute, and location. If I can find more (any) schools that run classes at 9pm that are nearby - I'll be all over it.
And gym twice a week, because it fits to my time. Plus something bodyweight-ish at home once a week.
Hence, my avatar does actually look a lot like me.
10/05/2007 10:13am, #15
Originally Posted by Lily
- Join Date
- Nov 2006
- Up in your grill.
- Karate/ Arnis
Karate - 4 or 5 days/week, 1-2 hours/day
Arnis - 1 day/week, 1 hour.
Not training BJJ right now, still dealing with tendonitis in my knee, and the BJJ really seems to aggrivate it moreso than the others.
10/05/2007 10:17am, #16
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
MA three days a week. Hit the gym three days a week. Take Sundays off.
10/05/2007 1:44pm, #17
None. It's depressing.You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.
10/05/2007 1:47pm, #18
Originally Posted by PirateJon
- Join Date
- Oct 2005
- Porcupine/Hollywood, FL & Parmistan via Elbonia
- creonte on hiatus
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10/05/2007 1:57pm, #19
Sup dude? What's with your training? I hadn't been around till a few days ago. Just too depressing to think about MA and training.
I'm still fucked. Apparently I have the back of a crippled 109 year old elbonian cancer patient that was run over by a tank. My doc said "You're way too young to have these problems". Uhh.. ok?
No prognosis yet but the drug injection cocktail is working better. next week I get some electro nerve tests and muscle response tests and that's supposed to help determine the treatment.You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.
10/05/2007 1:59pm, #20
- Join Date
- Jun 2006
- Sanda/Taijiquan *Hiatus*
I train 2 days a week (3 if you count LARPing)
MMA - 2 days a week (1 private lesson, 1 class)
Taijiquan - 1 day a week
The clubs (or my bank) don't accomidate for more than that. Home training doesn't have a routine, just skipping, running and pullups when i feel like it.