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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex
    i love how you try and make it sound so HARDKOER. sounds pretty much like most gyms ive seen, although they have less pointless **** like doing 200 press ups (get a fuckin bench already)
    I love how my wife gives me oral pleasure, but that really isn't on topic, is it? Looks like you skipped the title of this thread, chief.

    Lacking in equipment does not equal lacking in training. I AM in rural China, you know? They can only afford so much. The owner doesn't get any profit from this. He only opened a school because it is his passion. He only gets enough money to pay his rent from the school, and that only from the Taekwondo class that uses the space in the mornings, I think.

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    Jumping around on concrete isn't hardcore, it's retarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaartenSFS
    I love how my wife gives me oral pleasure, but that really isn't on topic, is it? Looks like you skipped the title of this thread, chief.

    Lacking in equipment does not equal lacking in training. I AM in rural China, you know? They can only afford so much. The owner doesn't get any profit from this. He only opened a school because it is his passion. He only gets enough money to pay his rent from the school, and that only from the Taekwondo class that uses the space in the mornings, I think.

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    Settle down, assholes. Living in rural China is, in fact, a reasonable explanation for doing knuckle push-ups in place of benching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repulsive Monkey
    Settle down, assholes. I think that living in rural China is a reasonable explanation for doing knuckle push-ups in place of benching.
    Bullshit read his post. The push ups and training aren't bad. It is the larptatsic "I'm so hardcore" that I have a problem with in the first place.

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    I did read his post. And, yes, he's sickeningly enthusiastic, but most of us were at one point -- regardless of what we were training. It's really not necessary to make a concerted effort to crush his spirits during his first week.

    Beginners come and go. I would personally like to hear about how this guy's training progresses, since he actually offers a window into something fairly unique. After six months or so -- if he actually sticks things out -- it will be time to attack any delusions he has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repulsive Monkey
    I did read his post. And, yes, he's sickeningly enthusiastic, but most of us were at one point -- regardless of what we were training. It's really not necessary to make a concerted effort to crush his spirits during his first week.

    Beginners come and go. I would personally like to hear about how this guy's training progresses, since he actually offers a window into something fairly unique. After six months or so -- if he actually sticks things out -- it will be time to attack any delusions he has.
    That is why I said enjoy what you do.

    Warcries are not something special they are Kiais. I'm not attacking his fun just his belief it is something new, that no one else has done before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repulsive Monkey
    I did read his post. And, yes, he's sickeningly enthusiastic, but most of us were at one point -- regardless of what we were training. It's really not necessary to make a concerted effort to crush his spirits during his first week.

    Beginners come and go. I would personally like to hear about how this guy's training progresses, since he actually offers a window into something fairly unique. After six months or so -- if he actually sticks things out -- it will be time to attack any delusions he has.
    Thats what I chalk it up to, he's a beginner and to him it may be hardcore but in reality its actually much less than what we do at our MMA gym on a regular basis. Hell even in my ninjering days we used to jump form trees and do dive rolls for a rope outside with unforgiving twigs and rocks, you know da r3a1!!! I hope he sticks with it and in time he will probably see it form a new respective.
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    I don't think that's what he's saying. I think that he reminds you during the first year of your training. And that makes you cringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repulsive Monkey
    I don't think that's what he's saying. I think that he reminds you during the first year of your training. And that makes you cringe.
    Uhmm that is a Tai Chi uniform. Don't post pictures of your hippie art and attribute them to me.




    My first year of training my uniform was prettier.

    My kung fu style was all confused we dressed like Karate guys.

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