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Posted 11/19/08
same here ninja. I've been trying but school gets in the way sometimes >.<

plus, since my birthay was before yesterday i slacked for a little while >.<

MUST.... TRY ...TO.... TRAIN.......................
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SCHOOL AND MARTIAL ARTS HAVE MANY THINGS IN COMMON. both different in specific disciplines, both have teachers, and rank, and a sense o respect.. both helped with the ability to strengthen the mind..BOTH IN NEED OF STUDYING

i bet you watched or heard this before.. the pen is mightier than the sword..
but ACTUALLY THE PEN AND SWORD ARE THE SAME.. they (to me) can make a master..
especially of fate

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Posted 11/19/08
scorpion mebe we are in the same rut.. all we can be are masters of our decisions =). i believe i may not do the physical part of martial arts forever.but i ca still keep its vigor, it's techniques, ts lessons, and ability to construct.. even if we must break, or destroy.
ALL I'm doing is building a hows with many rooms, wat should i keep in? the ones hat are useful, and wat i like =) wwoootssss
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Posted 11/27/08
I'm in the military, so I literally get paid to exercise . Two birds with one bullet lol~

Mon/Wed/Fri - Average 3 mile run (completed under 16 min), with the occasional wind sprints for 2 miles
1.5 mile Top Run Time: 09:36

Everyday/Anyday - Sword style exercises, fencing thrusts, parry practice, and (my personal favorite) Iaido drawing, slashing and sheathing.
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Posted 11/27/08
lol 2 birds with one bullts.. ahh the gore lol, i like sprinting good for explosiveness..

11/27/08 thanksgiving update

pit workout..arm, with grappling dummy, and ground and pound, and standing bag --3 times a week

selfdefense situations on tuesday,
wednesday --judo, and mma at westchester community college, and America's Karate Kickboxing Academy

tire throwing, bag tackling.. weightthrowing roling with different surfaces-- medicine ball, chi orb, basketball etc.,
lifting weights, sanchin, Wing Chun forms, nd others.. on other days..

lighter workout days.. weapons training
motion to action , yoga to martial arts, and meditation

everyday.. jogging, replicating.. fight movements.. going through fight, neutral stance, and moving stances..
studying techniques.
self meditation ..MOST IMPORTANT.. reflection, controlling emotion, suprastate.. dealing with fear and anger, and decisions..
armbarring my explosive anger, and letting loose the power
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Posted 11/29/08

most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:

lol 2 birds with one bullts.. ahh the gore lol, i like sprinting good for explosiveness..

11/27/08 thanksgiving update

pit workout..arm, with grappling dummy, and ground and pound, and standing bag --3 times a week

selfdefense situations on tuesday,
wednesday --judo, and mma at westchester community college, and America's Karate Kickboxing Academy

tire throwing, bag tackling.. weightthrowing roling with different surfaces-- medicine ball, chi orb, basketball etc.,
lifting weights, sanchin, Wing Chun forms, nd others.. on other days..

lighter workout days.. weapons training
motion to action , yoga to martial arts, and meditation

everyday.. jogging, replicating.. fight movements.. going through fight, neutral stance, and moving stances..
studying techniques.
self meditation ..MOST IMPORTANT.. reflection, controlling emotion, suprastate.. dealing with fear and anger, and decisions..
armbarring my explosive anger, and letting loose the power


*whistle* U sound like the Hulk on a good day XD LOL!
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Posted 12/2/08 , edited 12/2/08

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most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:

lol 2 birds with one bullts.. ahh the gore lol, i like sprinting good for explosiveness..

11/27/08 thanksgiving update

pit workout..arm, with grappling dummy, and ground and pound, and standing bag --3 times a week

selfdefense situations on tuesday,
wednesday --judo, and mma at westchester community college, and America's Karate Kickboxing Academy

tire throwing, bag tackling.. weightthrowing roling with different surfaces-- medicine ball, chi orb, basketball etc.,
lifting weights, sanchin, Wing Chun forms, nd others.. on other days..

lighter workout days.. weapons training
motion to action , yoga to martial arts, and meditation

everyday.. jogging, replicating.. fight movements.. going through fight, neutral stance, and moving stances..
studying techniques.
self meditation ..MOST IMPORTANT.. reflection, controlling emotion, suprastate.. dealing with fear and anger, and decisions..
armbarring my explosive anger, and letting loose the power


*whistle* U sound like the Hulk on a good day XD LOL!


Awww dude thanks lol i think.
its like training for the big day when someone wants to kick my ass.. goodmorning sunshine lmao..
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Posted 12/2/08

Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:

I'm in the military, so I literally get paid to exercise . Two birds with one bullet lol~

Mon/Wed/Fri - Average 3 mile run (completed under 16 min), with the occasional wind sprints for 2 miles
1.5 mile Top Run Time: 09:36

Everyday/Anyday - Sword style exercises, fencing thrusts, parry practice, and (my personal favorite) Iaido drawing, slashing and sheathing.

does the sword practice make you more comfortable with weapons other than sword..i mean there's a different feeling and way to do things when weapons are involved ..i mean inmo
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Posted 12/3/08

most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:


Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:

I'm in the military, so I literally get paid to exercise . Two birds with one bullet lol~

Mon/Wed/Fri - Average 3 mile run (completed under 16 min), with the occasional wind sprints for 2 miles
1.5 mile Top Run Time: 09:36

Everyday/Anyday - Sword style exercises, fencing thrusts, parry practice, and (my personal favorite) Iaido drawing, slashing and sheathing.

does the sword practice make you more comfortable with weapons other than sword..i mean there's a different feeling and way to do things when weapons are involved ..i mean inmo


In a sense I suppose it does - I mean, I've handled them for so long that I can barely remember what it was like swinging one for the first time (I remember only the injuries XD lol). But in the long run, weapons like a sword/staff/etc are nothing but an extension of your body - at which as martial artists we are constantly training to control to perfection. But as far as I know the mindset of a weapon in general is universal, including guns. My philosophy is: Don't use a weapon unless you know the intent of it's creation. At that point, how it is used solely falls on the hands that wields it.
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Posted 12/3/08

Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:


most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:


Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:

I'm in the military, so I literally get paid to exercise . Two birds with one bullet lol~

Mon/Wed/Fri - Average 3 mile run (completed under 16 min), with the occasional wind sprints for 2 miles
1.5 mile Top Run Time: 09:36

Everyday/Anyday - Sword style exercises, fencing thrusts, parry practice, and (my personal favorite) Iaido drawing, slashing and sheathing.

does the sword practice make you more comfortable with weapons other than sword..i mean there's a different feeling and way to do things when weapons are involved ..i mean inmo


In a sense I suppose it does - I mean, I've handled them for so long that I can barely remember what it was like swinging one for the first time (I remember only the injuries XD lol). But in the long run, weapons like a sword/staff/etc are nothing but an extension of your body - at which as martial artists we are constantly training to control to perfection. But as far as I know the mindset of a weapon in general is universal, including guns. My philosophy is: Don't use a weapon unless you know the intent of it's creation. At that point, how it is used solely falls on the hands that wields it.


good philosophy, i'l remember this until it sinks in.

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Posted 2/3/09

most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:


Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:


most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:


Daytona_CeJAZZ wrote:

I'm in the military, so I literally get paid to exercise . Two birds with one bullet lol~

Mon/Wed/Fri - Average 3 mile run (completed under 16 min), with the occasional wind sprints for 2 miles
1.5 mile Top Run Time: 09:36

Everyday/Anyday - Sword style exercises, fencing thrusts, parry practice, and (my personal favorite) Iaido drawing, slashing and sheathing.

does the sword practice make you more comfortable with weapons other than sword..i mean there's a different feeling and way to do things when weapons are involved ..i mean inmo


In a sense I suppose it does - I mean, I've handled them for so long that I can barely remember what it was like swinging one for the first time (I remember only the injuries XD lol). But in the long run, weapons like a sword/staff/etc are nothing but an extension of your body - at which as martial artists we are constantly training to control to perfection. But as far as I know the mindset of a weapon in general is universal, including guns. My philosophy is: Don't use a weapon unless you know the intent of it's creation. At that point, how it is used solely falls on the hands that wields it.


good philosophy, i'l remember this until it sinks in.



Yes, I really like the thought behind "the intent of the creator".
Posted 2/5/09 , edited 2/5/09
very interesting


Oh, my training

Monday - Boxing 1.5 hours
Tuesday - Boxing 1.5 hours
Wednesday - Boxing 1.5 hours
Thurstday - Boxing 1.5 hours
Friday - Boxing 1.5 hours
Saturday - Work
Sunday - Work

Well, I don't use to train 5 days a week, but it happens.
However, sometimes I skip the training to go out and run 8km at 35min instead
I try to train at least 3 times a week...

I work as a warehouseman lifting several tons of fruitboxes in the weekends,
so I'm too tired to train after work
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Posted 2/5/09
my friend works as a bouncer at night.. i asked him so do you train? he said yeah i'm getting into boxing but if i want to become pro i need to cut weight.. then I asked him..how long do you train.
He said," long ago I used to train everyday or almost every day for 2 to 3 hours. Now 1 hour a day
calisthetics too.. I used to think about getting big I lost the aspect of being fast..I think 1 hour will do so I don't get tired.. I jog everyday too"

Medda, I wish you well.. maybe I make try out the regimen of these guys in the forum. who knows..it might stick.
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training at rapid fitness mma gym.
http://www.rapidfitness.com/page.php?5
mon- 4:00 stretches
5:00 strength & conditioning
6:00 wrestling
7:00 BJJ
8:30 - 10:00 practice
tue- 4:00 stretches
5:00 running
6:00 mui tai
7:00 judo
8:00 boxing
9:30 - 10:00 practice
wed- same as monday

thu- 12:00 stretches
1:00 - 3:00 free style training, working on kicks, punches, dash, guard, form.
fri /sat- lifting weights
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Sunday.- breakday.. dummy work, calisthenics, stickfighting, RBSD (reality based self defense)
Monday: Weightlifting.. cardio, breathing session, RBSD ..with more kicking,.. body placement ..
Tuesday: Shadowboxing, Streetdodging, parking machine dashing!!! cutting angles
Wednesday: grappling day.. eyegouge, and nutstrike sessions..believe me.. itll save you!.. Elbows, and reaction movement..
Thurday: same as wednesday.. but this time. more lighter, and this time body placement for multiple opponent situations
Friday: (western mma for RBSD).. meditation in front of the hudson river.. Yame...
Saturday: Padwork.. Street, and parkinglot dodging, shadowboxing..
Sunday: more relaxed session.. time to remember, and respect the past forms...

My training regimen.. int so I become a champion.if I wanted to and did become one.. that's great..
But It relies on.. economy of motion, and being able to use my weapons..me as a weapon, and a human..
when I need to..
I know one day.. I'll use this to protect my most closest, and myself.. so I must train hard everyday..
Like in Kuntao.. The person relies on the spirit.. but the person knows he must train..for the world relies on him.. or her
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