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Old 12-22-2008, 10:03 PM   #21 (permalink)
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did some muay thai thursday it was a very good class I learned some technique and got some good work done. Started off with "kick sparring" which was like 50% or so throwing leg kicks to the inside and outside and having thai coaches walking around correcting technique then we brought the kicks up to the body then threw teep kicks and push kicks. Then shadow boxing which was good conditioning because coach would call out "sprawl" "punch out" stuff like that so it was good. Then we countered push kicks and jabs for a while then hit the heavy bag room for shin conditioning. We just moved into a new gym so the bags are like rocks I swear they are filled with water or something and we threw 75 hard kicks with both legs to the bag and the room is small and coach knows when you are holding back. It is monday and the bruises just went away lol.

Friday I just went to a jiu jitsu class that was taught by Jamey Toney who is one of Jorge's guys and we drilled a lot of armbars and pillow armbars and then flower sweeps followed by a lot of rolling. I finished a go go off my back! haha the kid has only been training for two weeks so its not impressive but its the first go go i have finished from my guard so I still felt good about it, unfortunately the level on comp in this class just was not very good but just drilling is always good. I finished up my workout with some lifting and combos on the bags but I went light on kicks to let my shins recover a bit.
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Old 01-15-2009, 11:11 PM   #22 (permalink)
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You may have thought I gave up on this training log, but no. I have just been lazy and haven't been training. But I am ready to get in shape and get a couple more fights in hopefully in February and March. Went to a place called Trilogy for muay thai today. I went for the beginner and advanced class. The beginner class was just more of a cardio workout. Lots of pushups, situps, mits, thai pad work, mountain climbers, fun stuff like that. The second class was all sparring. Some interesting guys there. One guy named Liddell who was like a karate/boxing/judo/taekwondo style guy. I swear he kicked me in the face a few times and I have no idea where it came from. He also hit me with a sick side kick to the body that nearly crippled me. I also sparred with a good boxer who came from a san shou background who hit me with one of the worst body shots I have ever eaten. Dropped me for a good minute. I can still feel it and it was over two hours ago. Besides those brutal body shots I did pretty well. I sparred with some other guys too. I am probably going to go to the sparring sessions they have once or twice a week. I also might add that I am in very poor shape right now lol hopefully i can quickly force my body back into shape. More thai tomorrow at my regular gym, I will also probably talk to my coach about getting my next fight lined up.
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Old 01-16-2009, 11:12 PM   #23 (permalink)
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More sparring. Today at my regular gym, Prodigy. It was me, Yancy (5-5 ammy 170), Keilan Daniels (6-2 pro 170), and Neil Craft(0-1 pro but with a 15-1 ammy record. Also 170 but walks at 195). I walk at about 160 and am the least experienced of all these guys so as you can imagine I got my ass kicked. It was three minute rounds with 30 seconds rest. MMA gloves because it was mma sparring. One guy in goes with every person then the second guy goes with every person etc until everyone has been in the middle. I did good with my rubber guard as far as keeping guys' posture down. I got submitted twice, once with a RNC by Neil and the other time by a calf cramp at the end when I was rolling with Neal lol. Did okay on my feet and got some good scrambles in. I am about as sore as I have ever been at this point. No training for like 3 weeks and then two days of hard sparring. Brutal.
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Thought I would throw up some pics of the gym I train at. Prodigy training center as a member of Walker MMA.

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Old 01-20-2009, 11:47 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Today I did some lifting, bag work, and bjj. Started off with a mile on the treadmill, then did some pull ups, dips, assisted pullups, assisted dips, some machine lifts like shoulder presses, and overhead shoulder presses, and then I did some sprawl to pushup to an explosive jump with DBs. Then I did some cleans. Then I went it got a few good paced rounds of heavy bag work.

Then I had bjj with Jamey Toney. We started off with a jogging/stretching warmup. Then we did a drill where we started off in knee on belly position and switched to the other side back and forth. Then we drilled a spinning armbar from knee on stomach and then armbars from guard and a new setup from guard. I really didnt like the setup that much it was too extensive and i just cant see myself hitting it in a live situation but its still good to have as much as possible and developing skill at submissions. No live rolling today im not sure why but it was still a beneficial class. I weighed in at 157 and out at 154.5 so my weight is way ahead of schedule which is great. My next fight is Feb 28th.
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That looks like a sick gym. Glad to see you're back on the warpath. Stay hungry, keep it up, and good luck!
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That looks like a sick gym. Glad to see you're back on the warpath. Stay hungry, keep it up, and good luck!
Yeah the gym is crazy. It's the largest mma training facility in the country. I did not even post pics of the bags or the other two grappling rooms or the other huge wrestling room that they keep at 95 degrees all the time. Its a great place to train, and since my coach is the muay thai coach there he got all of his fighters a deal where we only have to pay $100 a month which is awesome.
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Has any big names come out of that gym I may have heard of?

I can't beleive how quickly you're jumping into fighting, props for that. Makes me feel like a ***** for taking so long.
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Has any big names come out of that gym I may have heard of?

I can't beleive how quickly you're jumping into fighting, props for that. Makes me feel like a ***** for taking so long.
We've got Mojo Horne who just beat Josh Haynes. Not really a big name but a good up and comer.

Josh Souder who had a fight in the IFL.

Keilan Daniels is a solid pro who's only pro losses are to Chad Reiner and Brock Larson.

There are quite a few ammys and pros with one or two pro fights like Neal Craft who had a 14-1 ammy record so we should definately have some guys coming up. No really big names yet but lots of solid guys.

Our bjj coach is Jim Kelly who is a black belt under Rickson Gracie(he lived with him for four years) so thats pretty cool. The gym is half owned by Bas Rutten so he has popped in a few times.

As far as jumping into fighting quickly I did wrestle for three years in HS and the whole time geared my style for mma and all those three years I taught myself as much as i could bjj and muay thai wise and got some instruction from some local ammy fighters I am friends with and I trained at Gurgel's for a couple weeks my senior year in high school so I had a little bit of experience coming in. Just wait until you and your coaches feel comfortable with you stepping in the cage to compete and its better to wait than to jump in when your not ready.
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Today was rough. I got to the gym at about quarter till five and left at a little after nine. I started off with some sprints, power jumps with a medicine ball, lunges with a medicine ball, and sideways lunges with the ball. Then I ran around the whole mat for about ten minutes sprinting the long sides and jogging the short sides. Just easing my way back into fighting shape.

Then I had bjj. There were only three of us and the instructor(Erin Miller today) and we drilled the spinning armbar we worked yesterday as well as a lot of other things from knee on belly mostly focusing on just controlling someone from there and using the position to setup submissions. I really like the darce from there if your opponent leans into you. We did some situational rolling and then me and one of the other guys rolled for about 20 minutes or so after class.

I took a thirty minute nap on the mat and then it was muay thai time. We started off with 20 laps around the mat. Then it was about 15 minutes of shadow boxing and the instructor(Mojo Horne) walked around and just threw out some pointers and yelled "sprawl", stuff like that. Then we got out the thai pads and went through a bunch of combinations and we did that for almost half an hour I would say and then threw 40 kicks with each leg in sets of 2. Thats a lot harder than it sounds. We finished up with 30 kimura situps on each side, and then thirty regular situps, and then 30 leg throwdowns. Really good class for conditioning which is what I am focusing on right now and good for technique as well as Mojo is a really good muay thai fighter and patient and good at pointing at technical flaws. My shins are really jacked up right now, worse than they been so I may be taking a day or two off of kicking anything.

Here are a couple vids of Mojo's fights:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYZYXNAasr8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mWsZy8ARUw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGpil...eature=related

He is fighting soon against Fernando Rivera very soon at MMA big show and then he is supposed to fight Cale Yarborough in March.
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