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    I was wondering how do you all train and practice? I train from 1-2 hours a day at kicking/boxing/grappling, and1 hour of TKD/Hakido, and jujitsu.

    "The night has come and all you lived for was in the day, but with understanding the night can be a powerfull alley"

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    Michael
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    what ever I feel like when I'm not injured.

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    Im training in Bjj for 2-4 hours a day. Sometimes i train also in Kick-Boxing.
    30-minutes: streching, exercises.
    30-min. : tehnique.
    30-min : Sparring.(sometimes more).

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    Every week its about 2 - 4 hours kickboxing, 2 - 4 hours stadning grappling and about 8 hours grappling on the ground.

    NHB or nothing!

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    I spend about 9 hours a week practicing taekwondo (that includes 1 hour sparring class and 2 hours of teaching the kids class). Our taekwondo class breaks down into warm-ups, basics (punching kicking and forms), ho sin sul (self-defense), 1,2,3 step sparring and light no contact free sparring. The sparring class is WTF sparring style. I spend 3 hours in kumdo class. Kumdo class does quick warm-ups, basic striking and foot work, basic cutting, forms and sparring (full contact with armor).

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    My definition of Ki is our energy. it's rather hard to explain it in words. It's not some mystical type of energy like white people...


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    well warm ups for 1/2 hr, then kicks/punches, forms and sparring/grappling, Shadow boxing
    all in 4 hrs or above daily...
    my forms include Tai-chi(Sun n yang)& TKD
    some drilling from Wing Tsun , boxing
    1/2 hr xtra with nunchaku
    migu feel my ignorance and mind telling me wat is kumdo?
    -Bhudhijeevi-

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    Kumdo is the same as Kendo. It is asian fencing. The main difference are the forms that we do. The sparring aspect is pretty much the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost
    "Bullshido isn't just a place to hang out when you're browsing the net. We really are trying to accomplish something fucking extraordinary here that nobody's ever had the balls to do before."
    Quote Originally Posted by D.Murray
    "Which is better, to learn the truth, or to enjoy the illusion of being right when you are not?"
    Quote Originally Posted by hangooknamja88 View Post
    My definition of Ki is our energy. it's rather hard to explain it in words. It's not some mystical type of energy like white people...


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    Not lately, although I'm trying to change that.

    We just moved from Cali to KC MO, and the movers stiffed us for $4000. Ugh.

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    Do any of you work and/or have wives? I work full time and have a wife. There's no way I could train 2-4 hours a day unless I gave up sleep. :) I think you have to be single in order to do NHB/Grappling (I'm being serious). The amount of time you have to spend doing it is greater than the average married guy can put in. Note, I said average. Obviously, if your wife is obsessed as many of us are then you'll be able to train with her. My wife doesn't train, so I usually fit my training in when she's not around or when she's asleep or jogging.

    Sigh, to be single. :) But then again, being married is pretty damn cool too!

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    i m not married but u see i hav college to attend some part time work that makes my 10-12 hrs. 4 hrs for martial art that makes 16 and about 6 hr on sleep ummm wonder where those 2 hrs go???
    damn i was wasting 2 hrs wihtout knowing themm... i coould hav train in those...:P
    -Bhudhijeevi-

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