Thread: I don't like alive training
7/18/2005 12:40am, #1
I don't like alive training
I was training with J.D. today, and I rolled my toe during a hard sprawl. This kind of stuff makes me want to quit alltogether, that I can be injured like this. It still kind of hurts now. :(Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
7/18/2005 12:41am, #2
For those of you wondering, my big toe cracked twice. If my big toe is anything like my elbow joint, and I don't see why not, then that means it's been severely hyper-extended and this means I'm out for a month. Statisticly I'm very unlikely to be in a streetfight where I live, so why should I expose myself to needless risk in training? :angry2:
Last edited by feedback; 7/18/2005 12:45am at .Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
7/18/2005 12:55am, #3
Have a good cry, yeah?
7/18/2005 12:57am, #4Originally Posted by meng_maoTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
7/18/2005 1:31am, #5
Because you love the pain.
Or you hate yourself.
7/18/2005 1:43am, #6Originally Posted by Poop-Loops
7/18/2005 1:46am, #7
- Join Date
- Jan 2005
- Kickboxing/Sub. Grappling
I nearly quit 2 weeks ago(string of injuries), but then I realized I didn't just waste a year of my life for nothing.
7/18/2005 1:47am, #8
My weapon art has live training. With live weapons. The classes naturally weed out the less skilled practitioners.
7/18/2005 1:49am, #9
I sprained my big toe twice in a week about 3 months ago and it still hurts. But I ain't about to stop training while I wait for a toe injury to heal.
7/18/2005 1:52am, #10Originally Posted by MeagerTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.