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  1. Ke?poFist is offline
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    ESPN Video on MMA and Miletich Camp

    Awesome Awesome freaking segment. Supposedly working on the piece really raised the reporters own view of MMA, while this vid really makes me respect Miletich and Team Miletich fighters even more.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/broadband/...ediaId=3087185
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    11/09/2007 1:28pm


     Style: Mixed-Up Martial Arts

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    Very well done video. Did not mention anything about it being a "blood sport" or "human cock fighting".
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    Cool video.


    $75 per month, eh? Really lends credence to my argument that any training that costs more than $100 a month is a rip-off.

    I'm talkin to you, BJJ. :qright5:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaton Yu
    Cool video.


    $75 per month, eh? Really lends credence to my argument that any training that costs more than $100 a month is a rip-off.

    I'm talkin to you, BJJ. :qright5:

    8 years ago I paid 120 a month for Aikido. Now I pay 70 a month for BJJ.

    If I could get the time back that I spent on Aikido and trade it for BJJ, I'd gladly pay 120 a month.

    That said, if I don't have to, I don't WANT to pay that much again :happy:

    EDIT: I guess I should note that all the Judo I have learned has been dirt cheap or free. Yay Judo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Punch
    8 years ago I paid 120 a month for Aikido. Now I pay 70 a month for BJJ.

    If I could get the time back that I spent on Aikido and trade it for BJJ, I'd gladly pay 120 a month.

    That said, if I don't have to, I don't WANT to pay that much again :happy:

    EDIT: I guess I should note that all the Judo I have learned has been dirt cheap or free. Yay Judo.

    Aikido? OUCH!

    At least when you pay too much for BJJ you get good training out of the deal.



    Yay Judo indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaton Yu
    Aikido? OUCH!

    At least when you pay too much for BJJ you get good training out of the deal.



    Yay Judo indeed.
    There were upsides to the Aikido. Everyone was really nice, and I met my first Judo instructor there.

    The funny thing is a lot of the Aikido people crosstrained Judo. Quite a few of them even admitted they would fall back to Judo in self defense situations. Many reasoned that Aikido was some higher art that took years of meditation and practice to become effective.

    The best part was the average reaction to BJJ. Around that time, most Aikido practitioners would dismiss BJJ offhand, but the ones who trained Judo seemed to understand what was going on. They'd see an armbar and say,"Look, it's juji-gatame".
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    " a lot of people are afraid of failure but even more people are afraid of success...I want to make sure when I get there I am not afraid"

    our gym is 25 a month. Enough people quit without some not being able to afford it.
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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    That was a really good segment. Actually, the best I have seen so far. Props to ESPN and Pat.
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    Pretty kick-ass bit... and that's one thing about Iowa, there ain't much there to distract you from training your ass off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
    " a lot of people are afraid of failure but even more people are afraid of success...I want to make sure when I get there I am not afraid"

    our gym is 25 a month. Enough people quit without some not being able to afford it.
    LOL, yeah, that's what I was thinking.

    The price is probably so low because so many people join that they don't need high prices to make profit, but then again so many quit so they need low prices to keep all those dedicated folk from quitting due to monetary problems.

    Not to mention that with the 10% earnings policy, Pat definitely doesn't need to worry about not making profit, considering that he's trained/cornered Matt Hughes and Jens Pulver in the past and Tim Sylvia and Robbie Lawler in the present.
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