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Posted On:3/19/2007 6:26pm
Style: Sanda/Taijiquan *Hiatus*
Does anyone else find it really distracting when holding in a fart when training (especially rolling) seeing as you have to tense up. I did a loud parp while being manhandled unexpected onto my back, and it made me laugh and as such was quite distracting.
Is there anything you avoid eating the days you have training to prevent this happening?
Posted On:3/19/2007 6:38pm
Style: BJJ, wrestling
This has got to be the worst excuse for a thread in the history of Bullshido. Therefore it should do quite well.
Just say 'Excuse me' and keep going. That's what adults do.
Posted On:3/19/2007 6:50pm
:pottytrai On days when we roll I try to avoid anything thats carbonated. And if worse comes to worse I happen to let one go, just try to distract the other guy with it. Or if you get thrown and let it go blame it on him.
Posted On:3/19/2007 6:57pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
If any of you ever do sidewinders as a warm up, someone in your class will fart the whole way down the mat. It's hilarious.
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Posted On:3/19/2007 7:09pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
Uhmmm, I try not to eat 2 hours before rolling, weightlifting, etc. Also, it does help to poop before going to class, eat well, get enough fiber, drink plenty of water and so forth and so forth.
That's a courtesy to your sparring partner... I hate having to smell what my partner's poo smells like... and no, this is no joke. I really hate that ****. It's all common sense to empty the bowels whenever possible.
And still, when nature calls, play close attention at second 0:20 ...
Originally from http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=45148
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Posted On:3/19/2007 7:10pm
Style: Systema & BJJ
i've had a girl in my guard before, i was letting her do her work while i just tried to keep my guard, and while she tried to stack me, i let it rip
can't help it, she put too much pressure on my belly tryin to stack me
she didn't flinch tho, we just kept rolling....i was surprised
otherwise, i probably let gas go a lot in class...can't help it, damn protein shakes! So it all depends on who I'm workin with, I'll either practice courtesy and halt the training for a sec while i "walk it off" or if its some i know well,...then i treat it as a good opportunity to distract him.. =)
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Posted On:3/19/2007 8:04pm
Style: jkd concepts
Just crack-a-rat and keep rolling.
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Posted On:3/19/2007 8:39pm
Style: Muay Thai
Letting one rip during sparring isn't as embarrassing as letting one rip during stretching. It's all completely quiet, you're reaching for your toes, holding the position, and... not very nice.
Posted On:3/19/2007 8:48pm
Style: Mushin Dao, BJJ
I'm so used to it I don't even flinch anymore. as was previously stated, damn protein shakes
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Posted On:3/19/2007 10:14pm
Getting that once a day poop off just before class is definitely the solution. When I dont manage that, I usually always feel it (or holding a bad ****) before sparring, but as soon as I hear "Box" its forgotten all about.
I think its amazing how your body can do that. It knows your in some **** and holds it's for later.
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