Posted On:3/05/2007 11:00am
Style: Uechi Ryu
Only hitting 43 this year, but still going strong.
Posted On:3/05/2007 11:23am
Style: American Karate,TSD,KFSS
52 here and still spar with my students as often as they want. I am a letter carrier so I keep in shape by doing alot of walking. I teach 2 nights a week getting ready to do 3 maybe.
Posted On:3/05/2007 12:32pm
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
Posted On:3/05/2007 12:40pm
Style: submission grappling
Originally Posted by patfromlogan
Nooooooooooooooooooooooo! I was winning with 53. Damn!
Posted On:3/05/2007 1:05pm
Style: TKD, MT, KEMPO
Just ot make sure were all on the same page- I'm talking about training on the level of Kyokushin, BJJ, Judo, Muay Thai or Kickboxing. Point Sparring doesn't count, nor Kata's, or grab arts, etc. I'm not saying this to dis anyone, I'm just trying to get statistic- basically- could you, or would go to a throwdown. Now, I wouldn't. Why pull a JFS, right?
Posted On:3/05/2007 2:39pm
I would go to a throwdown if I had the time and or money.
Posted On:3/05/2007 3:27pm
Style: FMA, JuJitsu
52 in June. Training Kali, Savate, and BJJ. Anyone with less than 20 years is still a noob:)
Posted On:3/05/2007 6:19pm
Only 26 but let me tell you all in advance that by 45 I fully expect both my body and brain to be wrecked. I'm doing well right now but I can't keep bjj, boxing and wrestling up forever.
On my 45th birthday I will be opening a martial arts studio with a faux-eastern style name I made up while drunk. I will be teaching no-touch knockouts to keep from having any physical contact with my students and I will tell them all stories about how awesome I used to be back in the day, also made up while drunk. (I sense a pattern) I expect that an excellent expose on me will be written by Phrost's children at some point.
I'm picturing you drooling onto the keyboard as you type, one eye rotating independent of the other as your hands mash the keys. - Sophist
Posted On:3/05/2007 6:45pm
Style: shorin ryu, bjj
44, training bjj, and when we spar standup, we make contact. I mostly teach shorin ryu rather than train, so with new students the punching is controlled until they get used to it. Dojo rule is "I'll hit you as hard as you hit me." Can't go full contact 24-7, or I spend all my off time healing, which isn't as fast as it once was.
Been doing bjj for about 6 months and I like that it's possible to go full out every night. This **** is what keeps me sane (and young).
Posted On:3/05/2007 6:50pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Originally Posted by polishillusion
Excuse me, old people.
I am 21, graduating from one of the highest ranked universities in the world, and planning of Med School.
Yet you're still incapable of making a coherent or useful post. Impressive.
PS: I've got you beat.
"No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
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