Posted On:6/27/2005 2:11am
Style: Wing Chun
Started at 10 stopped at 12
Started again at 21 and still going (29 now)
Posted On:6/27/2005 2:41am
Started at 15 or 16, now 28. Had a one year break due to army.
Posted On:6/27/2005 3:04am
Started at 9...now almost 51.
No break in study...just twists, turns and choices made.
Been a long time..gettin from 'there' to 'here'.
Posted On:6/27/2005 3:12am
Style: Muay Thai
Started around 14, never stopped
Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
Posted On:6/27/2005 5:02am
Style: Kali/Jun Fan/CSW
Started at 7 (wanted to do Judo, just like daddy), had a one-year break between 14 and 15 (back injuries when you're still growing = not good) and a stint of "worst job schedule ever" between 20-26. 28 now.
Posted On:6/27/2005 8:50am
Style: Karate, FMA noob
Started at 26. 4 years continuous in JJJ. Bounced around in styles for about 3 years but never stopped training. Turned 34 in May.
Posted On:6/27/2005 9:03am
Style: WTF TKD, BJJ/MMA
Started november 2003, so that would make me 23, and I've been continously training since (only about a year and a half).
Hopefully I'll be able to have the disicipline to train for 20 years like of the the guys on this board... respect....
I plan on it....
Posted On:6/27/2005 9:09am
Started at 36. Now 39.
People of integrity expect to be believed. When they're not, they let time prove them right.
Posted On:6/27/2005 9:15am
Style: FMA, Jujutsu/Judo/SAMBO
Started at 18, now 32. Continuous.
Posted On:6/27/2005 9:16am
I started at age 15, and studied for about 2 1/2 years (got my green belt in Isshinryu karate), then about 17 years off! Finished college, got married, had six children, and started up again this past February at age 34. This week I'll be testing for the first time in about 17 years, in an attempt to leave my lifetime green belt behind. I feel good about it, and I'm glad I decided to continue my training.
I have a throwdown in my living room every now and again, where I fight all the kids at once. I don't know who else on the forum is a dad, but wrestling with your kids is one of the worlds great pleasures.
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