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Old 07-13-2006, 05:39 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jdun11
really a year?? i was thinking longer..i guess ill see where im at in a year and see how i do against the guys i train with that have more experience..how much will it hurt my chances if go out and lose 2 small shows right away..im sure thats not a good thing
well like I said it all depends on your skill and everything.. If I were going to compete With where I am at I could be competeing in 6 months.. but well I have lots of other expereince in martil arts. not sure what you have.. but for an amature event if you train sersiously I would say one year minimum.. 1-3 on average.. it all deepnds on your expereince level and how hard you train
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