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Gloryhound 10-18-2010 04:13 PM

Hello all!
 
New guy here on the forums.

I've done and currently practice Taekwondo and some gymnastics for martial arts. Right now working on adding some flips and tricks to my martial arts (XMA), but always looking for ways to step my overall game and health up to the next level. I'm looking into an MMA training center that is here in my local area, but want to get a little better idea of what all is involved. I know adding some BJJ training would definately help in self defense since it is definately a weak spot in TKD training.

Currently 35 years old going on 30. I float around from 135 lbs to 140 lbs. I consider myself to be fairly fit, but always have room to get better. :)

Rusty 10-18-2010 04:20 PM

With your gymnastics background you should look up the movie gymkata on youtube. You'd love it. Welcome to the forum:thumbsup:

Gloryhound 10-18-2010 05:19 PM

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Originally Posted by RustyRenegade (Post 1285926)
With your gymnastics background you should look up the movie gymkata on youtube. You'd love it. Welcome to the forum:thumbsup:

Thanks for the welcome.

Yea I watched that Gymkata movie back in the early 90's. I am not sure if I could survive the pain of that again. lol They really needed a martial arts advisor on the set when they shot that movie. Steven Seagalls moves actually look believeable when compared!


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