12/21/2007 2:31pm, #1
What are your martial arts goals for 2008?
Let's talk goals for the new year.
Get a new belt?
Win a tournament?
Reach 20k posts?
Actually go to class?
Rehab that injury?
Beat up ninjas on video?
Add lots of pages to the Bullshido.org encyclopedia?
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12/21/2007 2:36pm, #2
1. Train consistently
2. Get in shape/increase flexibility
3. Continue the journey of learning.
Would love to compete in Judo but doubt there are beginner matches for 40+ year olds! Wish I was 25 in that respect.
12/21/2007 2:36pm, #3
Kneebar Santa before the year ends.
Actively compete in both Judo and BJJ.
Perfect Osoto-gari to straight Armbar.
Improve my conditioning so I don't quit on my training partners in mid roll.
12/21/2007 2:37pm, #4
- Earn my Blue Belt
- Compete in more Sub-Grappling tournaments
- Get to Striking class more often
- Read several books on theory and technique
- Make time (and budget) for Judo
12/21/2007 2:39pm, #5
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
- Warm, Biscuity, West Virginia
- Hillbilly Judo
I declare 2008 "The Year CBF Finally gets a Ground Game and Hits the Local Pankration/MMA Scene"
I signed up at a judo/bjj school so it's a start
12/21/2007 2:40pm, #6
- Join Date
- Nov 2007
- Helsinki, Finland
- Boxing, Greco, Judo
Try to find more sparring time, work more with weights, try to add some bulk.
12/21/2007 2:42pm, #7
Increase metabolism and
work on cardio on a consistant basis.
Really, REALLY increase strength.
Start a ground game
Get good sparring partners.
12/21/2007 2:44pm, #8
HTFU and join Bullshido on Fitocracy!
- Add some weight
- Drastically improve my stand-up and ground
- Compete in grappling tournaments
- Go to another throwdown
- Not get crushed like a small child at said throwdown
12/21/2007 2:45pm, #9
1. don't get seriously injured.
2. have fun.
4. throw a really tall guy with kata-guruma---the stylish standing version. oh yeah.
12/21/2007 2:46pm, #10
only one really. not get hurt so I can compete/fight.