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    Do you still train regularly? Everyone must answer!

    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
    ...Willing is not enough you must do
    ~Bruce Lee

    #2
    I am still training every week.
    I do my TKD twice a week, can only make boxing cardio classes due to work but attend them once or twice a week if possible.

    I have just started up Muay Thai again once weekly.

    Only spar about once fortnightly. (definitely not enough)

    I've been training TKD twice a week for 5 years, boxing on and off club training/ cardio sessions for about 2 years. Sometimes i go and check out other Martial Arts places for fun.

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      #3
      Train Judo once a week, though that is only because the club in my town is just one day a week, I am planning to attend either another Judo or BJJ club elsewhere in the county in the new year.

      Randori/Rolling every class, about 60% of class time.

      Training in total about 6 years of different things on and off, 9 months in Judo so far.

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        #4
        I train Krav Maga 2-3 times a week at the moment. I wish I could go more, but I'm short on time. I spar at least once a week.

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          #5
          • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?

          Yes, I train BJJ 2-3 times per week and teach karate 2 times per week and Boxing 1 day per week.

          • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?

          See above.

          • How often do you engage in live sparring/rolling?

          I roll in every BJJ class, I spar with my students every class(knockdown), I spar with my boxers every Saturday morning.

          • How long have you been training in total?

          33 years in October

          • If you no longer train, what caused you to stop?

          The only time I took off from training was during college for football and track. Only because my coaches forbid me from training.

          Now, I did stop boxing at age 32, since the "masters" boxing program was not established at that time and 32 was the max age for amateur at that time. Now I just do some coaching and spar with my people. And I was a mediocre boxer(better than .500, but still mediocre).

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            #6
            YesBJJ1-2 times per week About 4 years, totalN/A
            Being correct on the Internet is orders of magnitude easier than being correct in the Universe. Perhaps we should all concentrate more on the latter...

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              #7
              - 3 times per week (MA training with 3 times/week regular gym)
              - Ju-jitsu 3 times/week, Muaythai 1/week
              -Rolling 3/week, muay thai/boxing sparring once every 2 weeks

              Total training 4 years, 3 years ju-jitsu

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                #8
                • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?
                Yes

                • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?
                2 classes of trad Okinawan karate, 2 classes of No Gi

                • How often do you engage in live sparring/rolling?
                Live rolling at the end of every no gi class, freestyle point sparring on alternate months in karate

                • How long have you been training in total?
                Started boxing age 17 (now 37yo) and have gypsied around a few MA styles since

                • If you no longer train, what caused you to stop?
                I haven't trained all the way through. When I've stopped for the odd year here and there it's been down to work, laziness, injuries or cannabis.

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                  #9
                  • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?
                  Yes

                  • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?
                  A field near my apartments, where my stepson and I work out and practice.

                  I've trained in a variety of styles over the years, various kung fu styles (5 animals, wushu, chin na, hunggar), some bujinkan, some aikido, some kickboxing, some bjj. I'm kind of a rolling stone, and when I move, i tend to try to find something new and different in the area I'm at and take up some training--though as I grow older, I find I don't have as much of a hard-on for hard training as when I was younger.

                  • How often do you engage in live sparring/rolling?
                  It's been a few months..was every week until I moved to NoVa

                  • How long have you been training in total?
                  29 years, give or take.

                  • If you no longer train, what caused you to stop?
                  Money and time. I've got a lot of stuff on my plate, so I don't really have much of either for formal training (though I'm hoping to join my stepson at Pedro Sauer's place when a little of both free up).
                  Last edited by tinwhistler; 12/26/2011 10:55pm, .

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                    #10
                    I train 2-3 times a week when work allows me. It's very rare that a week goes by without me training at least once.

                    I train BJJ and have started to train Judo.

                    I spar every class.

                    I have trained a total of 16 years. 6 years of wrestling, 10 of BJJ.
                    Shut the hell up and train.

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                      #11
                      • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?
                      Getting to my primary gym 4-5 times a week and an Informal club 2-3 times a week.

                      • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?
                      Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


                      Usually every class, so that could be up to 8 times a week if I can stay injury free.


                      Japanese Jujutsu : 10 years
                      Judo : 1 year
                      Brazilian Jiu Jitsu : 5 years (with a 5 year break in there, to focus on my Japanese Jujutsu)

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                        #12
                        • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?
                        Yes

                        • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?
                        I train stick fighting twice a week, tai chi every day, and some bag work thrown in there.

                        • How often do you engage in live sparring/rolling?
                        I spar sticks every class. Some if that is with padded sticks. We also roll and do empty hand sparring.

                        • How long have you been training in total?
                        Total of about 12 years, starting with kickboxing, LEO combatives, BJJ, Kung Fu, and now sticks.

                        Using tapatalk if this looks wierd!
                        Last edited by Diesel_tke; 12/26/2011 11:27pm, .
                        Combatives training log.

                        Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D

                        Drum thread

                        Pavel Tsatsouline: kettlebell workouts give you “cardio without the dishonour of aerobics”.

                        "Disliking someone is not evidence of wrongdoing or malfeasance or even bias." --Dung Beatles

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                          #13
                          I train twice a week

                          Currently I am only training in Judo

                          Sparing is at least once a week, normally twice

                          I have been training Judo for two years and before that five of wrestling, so seven total.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Ke?poFist View Post
                            Other thread and Sang's comment made me curious. Reply to this thread answering the following questions.

                            • Do you still train in MA at least once per week?
                            • What type of gym/style do you train in currently?
                            • How often do you engage in live sparring/rolling?

                            • How long have you been training in total?
                            • If you no longer train, what caused you to stop?
                            -Yes
                            -MMA
                            -Every other week
                            -34 years

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                              #15

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