Posted On:6/22/2006 4:46pm
Style: Jiu Jitsu
Ive seen a few references to him on here. Who is he? Is he a jiu jitsu guy? Im curious because if he is, I want to know how I should train my girlfriend
Posted On:6/23/2006 3:51pm
anyone? Bueller, bueller
Posted On:6/23/2006 4:05pm
depends, what do you want to train her to do? For all we know Ron Jeremy could be the one to help you.
Posted On:6/23/2006 4:28pm
Style: Wado Kai
Damn I wish I could find the pos rep button!
Posted On:6/23/2006 5:40pm
LOL! Nothing sexual. I have a hard time being a coach to her because of the relationship. I was just curious if there is a way to keep the relationship seperate when its time to be serious about training. I saw Stacy compete at ADCC and thought her coach must have done something right.
Posted On:6/23/2006 6:03pm
Style: MMA, functional JKD
Originally Posted by Hotrod
I want to know how I should train my girlfriend
Can someone post this on a feminist discussion forum?
it might be *educational*. :5nuclear:
"You know what I like about you, William? You like guns AND meditation."
Posted On:6/23/2006 6:21pm
Simple really, when you train her you're not her boyfriend but her trainer.
From what i've experienced you gotta minimise the whole friend thing when your training or else training turns into a conversation about last nights footy match and little actually gets accomplished.
Now i havent started taking my girlfriend to any training yet but there's also the possibility of some good hard 'now its time for ME to hurt YOU' type of sex afterwards. Atleast, this is what i'll be hoping for when i drag her along.
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Posted On:6/23/2006 10:55pm
Style: Argumenta ad Rem
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