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Le Wanderer 01-15-2013 10:23 AM

Hello all - Which gym
 
If you had the choice to move to a town (without a car) for the sole purpose of what gym you will go to. Which would it be? (Lets just say you have the option of moving next door to the gym)

I'm talking ANY and I mean ANY gym.. not limited to your city/state.. ANY STATE! Thanks

Life B Ez 01-15-2013 01:10 PM

For mma? Or a pure art?

Mma-tristar love the city and can't beat the training. Jackson's a close second.

Bjj- Marcelos I don't need to explain that.

Striking- probably kings mma or golden glory. I wouldn't be able to live in Thailand so that takes a lot out.

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LL 01-15-2013 01:13 PM

Jackson's without a doubt.

Le Wanderer 01-16-2013 03:14 PM

Yeah, mma gym not pure art form.

And eh, Jacksons would be a good choice other then the weather sucks in Albuquerque.. Take into account weather public transit etc.. Lets say you run alot and spend 70% of your time outside.. Which would you choose?

tristar.. eh montreal is FREEZING so that's not an option.

anyone know which fighters train at the coconut creek ATT gym specifically?

AKA would also be high on the list if it wasn't for prices.. if I am not mistaken it's like 500 a month to train there. anyone know if that's true or not?

Life B Ez 01-16-2013 05:24 PM

So wait are we trying to actually become a champion and get better? Or are we picking for the weather and the place? Montreal is an amazing city, you do not need to own a car to live there.

Le Wanderer 01-16-2013 05:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Life B Ez (Post 1693089)
So wait are we trying to actually become a champion and get better? Or are we picking for the weather and the place? Montreal is an amazing city, you do not need to own a car to live there.

If you knew the situation you would understand. I also hike and will be camping a lot (while not training) I wouldn't want to camp out in -6 degree weather.

Cookie Monster 01-16-2013 05:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Life B Ez (Post 1693089)
So wait are we trying to actually become a champion and get better? Or are we picking for the weather and the place? Montreal is an amazing city, you do not need to own a car to live there.

Further to the notion of not needing a car to live in Montreal, I think the lack of a car would make the experience better. Montreal driving sucks.

Killz 01-16-2013 05:46 PM

Hold on, is this a hypothetical question or are you actually wanting to move near a gym?

You asked it like it was a bit of fun but then shot down Tristar when life mentioned it.

Life B Ez 01-16-2013 05:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Cowgirl (Post 1693129)
Further to the notion of not needing a car to live in Montreal, I think the lack of a car would make the experience better. Montreal driving sucks.

Yes it does indeed. I just spent my summer in Montreal, it literally took me less time to walk around town then drive and that's not even including taking the metro. I've been all over the world, Montreal is easily in my top 3 best cities to live in.

BrutalKO 01-16-2013 07:17 PM

...Since I live in Florida now, gosh- The Blackzilians in Boca Raton & ATT in Coconut Creek would be cool. I'd be a beach bumb training full time...


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