Posted On:12/21/2007 2:46pm
Style: ZE MMA
1. Quit wing chun
2. Start Muay Thai
3. Shove a long pole up my sifu's arse.
Posted On:12/21/2007 2:47pm
1.) Stay as un-injured as possible
2.) be more aggressive in both BJJ and Judo, I'm too reactionary/defensive
3.) get out of the plateau I feel like I'm in
Posted On:12/21/2007 3:15pm
Style: Tae Kwon Do
1) Condition my shins to near-invulnerable status.
2) Compete in and win my first amateur Muay Thai match.
3) Develop a good training program to assist in the first two goals.
Posted On:12/21/2007 3:22pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women. :viking:
Srly, though. Get my life back on track and work towards earning a BJJ blue belt... on and stay uninjured, strong and staph-free.
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Fear and bullets.
Posted On:12/21/2007 3:25pm
Take up boxing again.
Dead lift 500.
And lo, Kano looked down upon the field and saw the multitudes. Amongst them were the disciples of Uesheba who were greatly vexed at his sayings. And Kano spake: "Do not be concerned with the mote in thy neighbor's eye, when verily thou hast a massive stick in thine ass".
--Scrolls of Bujutsu: Chapter 5 vs 10-14.
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Posted On:12/21/2007 3:37pm
Style: gah, transition again
Be able to change my style from "In Transition" to "Kickboxing", "Muay Thai", "BJJ", or "Judo". In otherwords, find a martial arts class.
Get back into weightlifting, and lift seriously and determinedly.
Take a more practical approach to my health.
Posted On:12/21/2007 3:42pm
Compete more, MMA is too much fun. But get some Judo, BJJ boxing and Kick boxing fights in.
Get down to 155lbs, so I could be a little more competitive.
Get together with the LI TD crew a lot more.
Don't turn 30
Last edited by ojgsxr6; 12/21/2007 3:48pm at .
Posted On:12/21/2007 4:10pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
1. Get down to 198lbs (90kg) weight class in Judo without losing to much strength
2. Improve Conditioning
3. Win a major tournament
3. Stay injury free
Ps. Yes, this time injury free is last on the list, since this time it is serious :)
I am gonna freak if I lose the very last match one more time because I am to winded.
Posted On:12/21/2007 4:23pm
Win a beginner division in a grappling tournament
Earn blue belt
Gain 15-20 pounds of lean mass (i.e. take lifting more seriously)
Start training Judo when I have more time/money (once I graduate/get a real job)
Posted On:12/21/2007 4:32pm
-Rehab the back. (50%)
-Rehab the shoulder. (?%. Meeting with surgeon in Feb. LOL!!!)
-When back to BJJ, work on basics and not gimmick moves.
-Organize some more Toronto Throwdowns
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