Posted On:1/14/2005 3:03pm
In another thread I posted this:
"Due to all this rain and snow, combined with some inferior home maintenance, our basement, which is a great deal of our living space, is flooded. I think its bad enough that I told my wife that we should gut the whole fucking thing and start over. Now, with remodelling in our future, she says, "I don't care what you do, as long as save some room for practicing and buy some mats." Talking her into class must have been a good idea if she is taking it that serious. Woo Hoo!"
This brings up a good question.
How many of you actually roll at home? :happy6:
If you do, are you giving yourself rugburns or do you actually have your own mat space?
Posted On:1/14/2005 3:35pm
I have done many types of sparring at home -- but mostly outside. I have a nice yard. Nothing too intense can happen in my house because it's small. I do my workout in here though. My weight machine and free weights are in my kitchen. People always seem to think that's funny but where else would I put them? I don't want to ruin the rug.
Posted On:1/14/2005 3:51pm
buy some folding or non-folding mats. www.zebramats.com are good quality
Posted On:1/14/2005 4:26pm
Style: In Transition
BUY A TRAMPOLINE!!!!! Those things are crazy. I used to have one (POS rusted over though. It was on sale for $300, apparently because it was defective or something =/) and all types of sparring on it were hilarious.
Maybe they won't help you spar realistically, but they kick ass nonetheless. :)
Posted On:1/14/2005 4:34pm
Please don't put a trampoline in your basement.
Posted On:1/14/2005 4:36pm
No, please do.
Style: Shi Ja Quan
Mats and the Grappling dummy = some fine rolling ( cue the 70's porno music).
Posted On:1/14/2005 4:58pm
pics please... your wife is hot.
Seventh: If you think TKD doesn’t work, your right, until you get the side of you face smashed with a roundhouse kick. -- ronin69
It's just that I carry weapons and have no moral compass anymore. -- JKDChick
At least until the Wing Chun clown car arrives. --JKDC
Posted On:1/14/2005 4:59pm
Style: Wu Style TCC + BJJ
I think that a grappling dummy is the next best thing to an inflatable doll when it comes to scaring away girls.
You are in a lot of trouble.
Posted On:1/14/2005 5:53pm
Style: Twirling Foot Kung Fu
Originally Posted by Aesopian
No, please do.
and pics, please.
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