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    I have been practicing no gi BJJ over eight months. I am the smallest guy in our gym. During practice I wear tshirt and shorts . I never sweat that much even after heavy sparring ,whatever sweat I have is absorbed by the clothing.
    In this discussion many members have written that in no gi slipperiness helps you in escape . I have not been able to use slipperiness to escape guard , mount ,submissions etc .
    I think to be able to escape by virtue of slipperiness you need to have no clothings on you (no gi does not mean you have nothing on you)and you need to be stronger than your opponent .
    So I think the point that you can use slipperiness to escape in no gi is not 100% correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean
    I never sweat that much even after heavy sparring ,whatever sweat I have is absorbed by the clothing.
    Stop training like a *****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    Stop training like a *****.
    our classes are for four hours at least three hours is spent sparring.
    I dont know if this could be called training like *****.
    I think how much you sweat depends on weather condition and body type.

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    Bullshit. Straight up bullshit.

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    Sean, how often and where do you train for four hours at a time? That's pretty intense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean
    our classes are for four hours at least three hours is spent sparring.
    I dont know if this could be called training like *****.
    I think how much you sweat depends on weather condition and body type.

    :bsflag:

    Perhaps you have a website that advertizes your school and your BJJ class that runs from 5-9. If you're able to train for 3 hours straight, then you're training like a wuss and not working hard enough, would would be reinforced by your statement claiming you dont sweat when you train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean
    our classes are for four hours at least three hours is spent sparring.
    I dont know if this could be called training like *****.
    I think how much you sweat depends on weather condition and body type.
    You're a liar, train like a ***** yourself or have confused watching tv with training.

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    If you're not sweating you're not training.

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    Yeah. And you spar for 3 hours out of a 4 hour training session. Excuse me if I think your credibility is diminished...greatly.

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    once i sparred for two years straight. didn't even break a sweat. or get hit once. but i knocked out like 3000 guys.

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