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    Hoodedmonk. Buy some thai pads, a mat that you'll clean often and a couple of DVD's and use your imagination.

    I mean, that's what I would do.

    EDIT: Anderson silva's book coupled with Saulo Ribeiro's and a jump rope are pretty nifty too.

    Also, google bodyweight exercises on youtube.

    Seriously? take this opportunity to make yourself sound like those japanese masters that trained alone in the mountains.

    The difference here is that you're a guy training alone in a trailer park.
    Last edited by tharuz; 11/24/2008 1:30am at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tharuz
    Hoodedmonk. Buy some thai pads, a mat that you'll clean often and a couple of DVD's and use your imagination.

    I mean, that's what I would do.

    EDIT: Anderson silva's book coupled with Saulo Ribeiro's and a jump rope are pretty nifty too.

    Also, google bodyweight exercises on youtube.

    Seriously? take this opportunity to make yourself sound like those japanese masters that trained alone in the mountains.

    The difference here is that you're a guy training alone in a trailer park.
    Hell I'm not even sure theres mountains in Aberdeen SD. Thanks 4 the input though hopefully I don't have to transfer. I bet theres lots of good hunting and fishing though.

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    Yeah, do the tharuz training program.

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    I checked out anderson silva's book, it has pretty good footwork.

    Just look at the pictures and have some insight on what's open and what's not. experiment and drill.

    keep a notebook on drills and conditioning. there are these things called "abs" that can be developed through ground and pound drills, V ups, jack knifes, oblique training, air triangles, side crunches, reverse crunches, bicycling, planks, etc etc etc.

    There are a bunch of books out there and I don't see any reason why anyone can't teach themselves from them as long a there's a willing parthner available who is crazy enough to train with you often but not crazy enough to be a danger.

    Sparring and rolling might be a problem. Throws too.

    don't forget to stretch.
    Last edited by tharuz; 11/24/2008 1:59am at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Fried Chokin
    Yeah, do the tharuz training program.
    Will it help my sparring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoodedmonk
    Will it help my sparring?
    Judge for yourself:
    YouTube - Tharuz vs Daniel, rnd 1

    tharuz is the guy in the white T-shirt and black shorts. He's the boxer who puts the "Thai" in "Thalidomide baby".

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    LOL. Some questions were not meant to be answered !
    (I've seen it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tharuz
    I checked out anderson silva's book, it has pretty good footwork.

    Just look at the pictures and have some insight on what's open and what's not. experiment and drill.

    keep a notebook on drills and conditioning. there are these things called "abs" that can be developed through ground and pound drills, V ups, jack knifes, oblique training, air triangles, side crunches, reverse crunches, bicycling, planks, etc etc etc.

    There are a bunch of books out there and I don't see any reason why anyone can't teach themselves from them as long a there's a willing parthner available who is crazy enough to train with you often but not crazy enough to be a danger.

    Sparring and rolling might be a problem. Throws too.

    don't forget to stretch.
    YOU ARE NOT EVAN TANNER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Fried Chokin
    YOU ARE NOT EVAN TANNER!
    *goes soul searching in the desert

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