Thread: Where to train MMA ?
3/14/2003 8:47pm, #1
- Join Date
- Nov 2002
i'm a college student and i'm thinking of my summer plans.
most of my friends are worried about internships, research and stuff like that.
i'm particularly interested in mma/vale tudo schools near universities, so that i can take summer classes, have access to a gym and train mma.
if any of you know mma/vale tudo schools that are near (prefferably of walking distance) to universities, i would greatly appreciate it if you post it here so that i can choose a suitable place.
3/14/2003 10:49pm, #2
alright you dumb bastard, where do you go to school?
3/14/2003 11:52pm, #3
- Join Date
- Jul 2002
- JacksonFAILLE Flor-i-duh
Some universities have Martial Arts clubs, wrestling teams, judo teams, and whatnot.
Also, big cities may have schools. Look to see what may be available in your city.
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3/14/2003 11:53pm, #4
3/15/2003 12:03am, #5
Just go to L.A. If you can't find a good MMA place there close to a university, then there's no hope at all.
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3/15/2003 12:07am, #6
3/15/2003 12:21am, #7
I'm going there for more school <img src=icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>