Using Donkey Guard to Sniffz Your Feetz
Posted On:8/03/2007 9:27am
Style: Kick Boxing
Rehydrate in moderation. If you pound a **** ton of water too fast you'll just make yourself sick. I have tried to to 10oz every 15-20 minutes until I was pissing relatively clear. DO NOT EAT until you are hydrated. I have never been big on carb loading as it seems to bind me up before a fight. Nothing worse than feeling constipated and having to sprawl. I've had the best luck with oatmeal, granola bars w/ peanut butter and protien shakes.
Amateur MMA record: 8-3-1
Pro MMA record: 3-1
Status: Semi retarded... I mean retired
Now iz BBQ Timez?
Posted On:8/03/2007 9:31am
Style: TKD, Relson GJJ, Judo
Thanks for the advice. What about sports drinks like Gatorade?
Posted On:8/03/2007 9:44am
WATER!!!!!!!!!!!! If you must have a gatorade then only have one. The rest should be water.
Posted On:8/03/2007 11:00am
Thanks. This is the first time I've ever had to really try to cut weight. When I used to compete in TKD, I was always within 3-5 pounds of the top end of my weight division (LW) and would start working to get to my target weight weeks in advance of any tournaments. Also, weigh-ins for those tournaments were always the same day as the tournament, so drastic weight-cutting measures weren't much of an option for anyone.
Posted On:8/03/2007 2:13pm
Well, I made weight. I went to the gym at 11:30, weighed in at 186.7, put on a t-shirt, long sleave t-shirt, hooded sweat shirt and gi pants, did five minutes going hard on the ellipse, then sat in the sauna and stretched and did light execrcize (walking, low power shadow boxing and kics) for 30 minutes. Got back on the scale and I was 185.8. Put back on my sweat gear and got in my truck, which I'd left parked in the sun on the parking garage roof, and cranked up the heater for the drive to the Crocket Center. Took me 25 minutes to get to the Crocket Center and I was sweating like a pig the whole way. I was pretty sure that I'd make weight, but was surprised that I weighed in at 183 on their scales. I think their scales must be a pound or more light, 'cause no way I lost 2.8 pounds in 25 minutes. But, whatevers, I made weight and am no working on rehydrating.
Posted On:8/03/2007 2:37pm
Woo! Good job dude.
Yes, I am smarter than you are.
Posted On:8/03/2007 3:45pm
Style: TKD, BJJ
Excellent man, congrats! Plenty of time to rehydrate and recover now too. I'm lookin forward to the video of you stompin on some heads!
Posted On:8/03/2007 6:16pm
Style: MMA, functional JKD
Originally Posted by sjfou
Boxers cant cut like wrestlers
So I hear. A friend and former student (I teach massage therapy) is the former middle weight champ of California, once ranked #6 in the world (back in the day), who still coaches.
His up-and-comer took a bunch of laxatives to make weight and ended up shitting blood and totally losing the hell out of his match do to depletion/exhaustion.
Be careful Man! And good luck.
"You know what I like about you, William? You like guns AND meditation."
Posted On:8/06/2007 10:37pm
Write up and video now posted in the other thread.
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