7/07/2010 6:30pm, #71
You know you could always move up and train with me.
7/07/2010 6:47pm, #72
7/07/2010 6:58pm, #73
I may be a tad biased, but I say boxing. I know for a fact anyone can do it because I've trained overweight 60 year old ladies with arthritis to box. The majority of the people at the gym I work at are "masters division" white collar folks (between 35-60 years old) all over the fitness spectrum. Of course what we do is all 1 on 1 private instruction rather than having boxing classes. If you can find a good boxing coach that will really work with you on a 1 on 1 basis then that's what I'd recommend over anything else.Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
7/08/2010 2:10am, #74
Anthony, Angola can be played with much less athleticism but there are still a ton of maneuvers that require strong arms and shoulders. The au is just as vital as the jenga. Embed Fail Capoeira Angola
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