Posted On:1/14/2005 6:31pm
I've sparred on trampolines before too. Lots of fun.
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One of Seattle's Bravest
Posted On:1/14/2005 7:42pm
or....do what I have done and buy a 10 X 10 wrestling mat. I actually built a mini sprung floor for the mat and a section of one of our rooms is converted. My wife uses it for yoga, I use it to practice and stretch on the off days I don't go into the club. And hopefully my son when he gets old enough (he is 3 months now so he has a while) will use it to practice so he can pay for college, firefighters don't make that much money..:) Considering all that..the 250 buck investment was worth it.
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Posted On:1/14/2005 8:25pm
Style: Spetsnaz Shovel-Fu
After I buy a new house in a few months I am going to build an add on complete with a weight rack, olympic weight set, 12x12 mat with two padded walls and a third side that will have a UFC style fence. It should be the shiznit! The idea is to have somewhere to roll and train on the off days and a place to spar with random people's friends etc. I'll take pics when it's done. (Won't be until summer though!)
To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence;
Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without spilling your Guinness.
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Grandmaster Sensei of Village Idiocy
Posted On:1/15/2005 2:53am
Style: Kyokushin and Judo.
Only do it if you have a good amount of space and grappling mats. I've tried grappling on hard surfaces before and accidents happen to easily.
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The Eternal n00b
Posted On:1/15/2005 3:40am
Style: CM Boxing/BJJ/RBSD
Grappling hard on carpet leads to many carpet burns. I'd say go for mats as well.
Also I've noticed it damages old carpet.
Too sick and broken to train
Posted On:1/16/2005 12:18am
Judo + hardwoood floors + socks = unpretty things
For the unenlightened.
I've rolled a little bit on carpet ... mats are SO worth it. Check out gymnastics/dance schools around your area, a lot of times they give away old mats or sell them for really cheap. My vaulting coach got enough mats for our 20 x 40 or so barrel area, for under $100.
You're just JEALOUS!
Posted On:1/16/2005 1:31am
Style: Wu Style TCC + BJJ
Posted On:1/16/2005 3:27am
I grappled on hardwood once. Not cool.
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