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  1. Dirty Rooster is offline

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    Jan 2006

    Posted On:
    6/01/2006 2:46pm

     Style: Basic Self-Defence

    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by thecrushernyc
    Well, I lost a bunch of weight (180 lbs.), and I want to keep it off, so I'm looking for an interesting workout. Martial arts fits the bill, but I don't want to do solo forms, I prefer grappling, or at least working out with a partner.
    Wrestling sounds ideal, maybe boxing.
    I include judo and jujitsu in the term 'wrestling' here.
    Too much guff in Aikido, hard to distill the good bits.
  2. rino86 is offline


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    Apr 2006
    Dallas Tx

    Posted On:
    6/01/2006 2:54pm

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     Style: Bjj/Machado/Pittman

    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    You were pretty spot on with the randori comment. I switched to Bjj because I just want to roll damnit! 30 minutes of instruction and an hour of practice suits me much better than vice versa.

    I think if the guy is looking to get into shape he may have a similar attitude.

    V- I swam in highschool and now do Bjj. Its really true, from my experience BJJ may work even more muscles than swimming since you dont repeat the same pattern.
    Last edited by rino86; 6/01/2006 3:09pm at .
  3. Goju - Joe is offline
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    I am a Ninja bitches!! Deal with it

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    Posted On:
    6/01/2006 3:02pm

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     Style: Improv comedy

    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Resistant grappling is one of the best work outs you can do. I always equate it to swimming. You end up using all your muscles in conjunction to each other than you normally do, while at the same time elevating your cardio.
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