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Old 08-21-2009, 12:09 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Definitely find one that fits you. If it's not fun for you, eventually you will find something else has the priority. Find the right gym and coaches and you will never miss a day. See about trial period, most good gyms want you to know 100% that you want to train in MMA.

Also remember if everyone these days is training in BJJ and Muay Thai what are you going to do to come out ahead. I mix in some Sambo, Silat, Bando, JKD, Escrima, Khali. Adding these in usually as a cool down workout increases ability to judge range, timing, footwork, and you pick up some "nasty" little things to slip into your MMA game.

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Old 08-21-2009, 12:35 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Well congrats.. to bad your not closer to Nashville.. my instructor is trying to get a female program started.. and of the top of my head no.. Check them out see if they will let you do a couple of trial lessons most good schools will let you try a few days to a week of lessons to see if you fit in.. .. my instructor does that..
Uhh yeah, too bad for me! when did you start training and do you usually train in a class or individual?
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:40 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Definitely find one that fits you. If it's not fun for you, eventually you will find something else has the priority. Find the right gym and coaches and you will never miss a day. See about trial period, most good gyms want you to know 100% that you want to train in MMA.

Also remember if everyone these days is training in BJJ and Muay Thai what are you going to do to come out ahead. I mix in some Sambo, Silat, Bando, JKD, Escrima, Khali. Adding these in usually as a cool down workout increases ability to judge range, timing, footwork, and you pick up some "nasty" little things to slip into your MMA game.
Yeah, you do have a good point, I should mix in things that most people arent doing, I know what Sambo is, but what are the other ones? I've never really heard of those.
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:45 AM   #24 (permalink)
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well sadly most MMA schools nowadays claim just those two styles.. It is always nice to find one that has other skills to offer as well.. My school offers Sambo as well as a top notch boxing instructor and wrestling coach.

Yeah true true....well I will definitely look for a school that offers more than those two styles. The more styles I know, the more successful I can become.
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Yeah, you do have a good point, I should mix in things that most people arent doing, I know what Sambo is, but what are the other ones? I've never really heard of those.
JKD= Jeet Kune Do (basically MMA but Kung Fu origin, good for moving and transitioning more fluidly)
Silat= Martial art from Indonesia (good for joint lock/manipulation, close range)
Bando= Martial art from Burma (similar to Muay Thai and Kung Fu animal styles)
Escrima/Kali= Filipino stick/sword/knife fighting (great for learning timing, range, reaction speed, and defensive tactics. You learn way faster when someone is going to hit you w/ a stick. Especially to kep your hands up!)
Judo is good to go w/ your BJJ and mix up w/ some Sambo.

You don't need to master any of these but they can help to improve aspects of your game by taking what you need from each.
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JKD= Jeet Kune Do (basically MMA but Kung Fu origin, good for moving and transitioning more fluidly)
Silat= Martial art from Indonesia (good for joint lock/manipulation, close range)
Bando= Martial art from Burma (similar to Muay Thai and Kung Fu animal styles)
Escrima/Kali= Filipino stick/sword/knife fighting (great for learning timing, range, reaction speed, and defensive tactics. You learn way faster when someone is going to hit you w/ a stick. Especially to kep your hands up!)
Judo is good to go w/ your BJJ and mix up w/ some Sambo.

You don't need to master any of these but they can help to improve aspects of your game by taking what you need from each.
Some of those styles and others may have no practical applications to MMA they have other added benifits in real world situations plus the honed reflexs and such plus the improved over all conditioning would not hurt..
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