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Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by LilLydi9, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. LilLydi9

    LilLydi9 White Belt

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    I started training jiu jitsu about 6 months ago I was 19 I am now 20 just turned it n started muat Thai Wat do u guys think. I hope to step in the octagon one day do I have time to train net good
     
  2. contumacious

    contumacious Blue Belt

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    obvious troll is.... well we all know where this ends
     
  3. Frode Falch

    Frode Falch Gold Belt Professional Fighter

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    wtf? 20 years.. and you think you are old.. are you joking?
     
  4. Ryukyu Damashi

    Ryukyu Damashi Ryukyu Damashi

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    If you are asking this question, then no, you will never become a good fighter.
     
  5. mjw1

    mjw1 Blue Belt

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    Randy coture enough said
     
  6. Lionidas

    Lionidas Brown Belt

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    20 is ancient.

    Find a retirement home and live out the rest of your days in peace.
     
  7. Xodus

    Xodus Purple Belt

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    Retirement home? He should be shopping for his cemetery plot.
     
  8. Cannon_6

    Cannon_6 Green Belt

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    Jeezus, man. Are you sniffing glue and typing with your feet?
     
  9. vjvj

    vjvj Mr. Pibb + Red Vines = Crazy Delicious

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    Aw, Man! And here I thought we had another young fighter-to-be on the boards. But it's just another troll.

    You got me on that sparring thread though, I'll admit that.

    Pretty much...
     
  10. KyleInAction

    KyleInAction ***HOPKINS BELT***

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    You don't have the mental capacity to be a fighter. If you're on here, asking that question, you've already made up your mind; don't use us to rationalize your own decisions.
     
  11. Ranger

    Ranger I'm getting too old for this sht

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    take up tai chi. at 20 your life is practically over.
     
  12. td82394

    td82394 Brown Belt

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    You're just sore. I bet you're doing it 7 nights a week, huh? You're body isn't used to the exertion yet. Try Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at first. Don't go any other time. If you start feeling like a God, congratulations, you can add a new night to your schedule.
     
  13. lightw8

    lightw8 Orange Belt

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    I know this is a troll, but I hear too many of these questions, sometimes legit and it makes me furious inside. I would do ANYTHING to get some years back- Im 32 and with a neck injury, still scrapping to train when I can even with my body deteriorating. If i was 25 and injury free, there's no question what I'd be doing.
     
  14. Mumrik

    Mumrik Silver Belt

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    Are things only worth doing if you can end up competing at the highest level?
     
  15. NakMuayFarang

    NakMuayFarang White Belt

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    I am 35... ive done Kyokushin karate, been doing Muay thai for the last 2 years and now starting BJJ at the same time as my MT...

    I'll never make it to the ''big league'' But I can still kick some butt and enjoy my passion for MA in general.

    I hate those damn questions... am I too old... if you ask you already have decided you are.

    phhewwthat feels good, I know hes a troll but hell I had to say something!
     

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