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Old 09-15-2010, 01:43 AM   #9 (permalink)
BearInTheClinch
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Originally Posted by Reaper0314 View Post
ok its mondays and saturdays bjj for 2 hours..tuesday and thursday mma class (here the instructor gives 1 hour striking techniques like muay thai, kickboxing everything mixed, 1 hour ground and takedowns techniques, and 30 minutes of warmup cardio jumprope running, walking on all 4's hahaha , wednesday 2 hours of boxing, monday and wednesday taekwondo right after bjj on mondays and after boxing on wednesday and saturday before bbj u get a fitnees yoga which they say is for gaining flexibility...i think its a good program but just my luck i sprained my ankle skimboarding and now i cant go until its all better ive been giving it massages and cream and motrin but it sucks i want to go so bad but i cant ...

So from what I can see there isn't any true MMA like a mixture of Strikes with Ground work
I realize you havn't been there long but is that characteristic? I'm just trying to figure out what the overall deal is hope I'm not prying.
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