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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by squishyman05, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. squishyman05

    squishyman05 Banned Banned

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    I have been out of training for two years. I am looking to start back up in October and I was wondering for some hints to get back into shape before I start back up. Running? Insanity workout? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    dayroc White Belt

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    I would just go back into it and let bjj get you back into shape.
     
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    Killaz2k White Belt

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    Just roll, it's more than enough, first few sessions may be rough but you get back into it pretty easily.
     
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    Ragno Orange Belt

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    just go back lol
     
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    wildman1717 Green Belt

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    The best way to get into shape for BJJ is BJJ.
     
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    squishyman05 Banned Banned

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    Thanks guys. I was suppose to start up this month, but financial issues. It sucked so bad!
     
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    MMA junkie Purple Belt

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    This question is asked every week.

    Just go roll is your most common response. Since you can't go for financial issues, do anything that works on your core. For lungs, I like to do uphill sprints.
     
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    Cleaning up the diet and jogging are two cheap alternatives in the mean time!
     
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    Well why did you have to stop before? Injury? If so your considerations need to be different. Make sure you have a basic level of fitness and don't push yourself to hard at first
     
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    I was literally going to sign up and I found out I needed to pay this huge amount of money lol. I am in the military and financial issues are huge. I found out that I am going back in a month for my b day present! I ran 5 miles today and I am going to do about a hour of cardio a day. I really want to compete.
     
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    You're in the military, where I imagine being physically fit to protect our country is probably a little important, and you're asking us for tips on getting back into shape?
     
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    Haha running miles and rolling cardio are two diffrent things! LOL.
     

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