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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-05-2008, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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Soreness and 1st day of MMA training

So I signed up to start training at an MMA fcility in my city this week. I had my first classes on Tuesday and wow did they kick my ass. So I am really sore still but I want to go again today. Should I let me body rest some more and wait until Saturday? Or Should I just go in and train anyways through the pain? Any advice would help! I have never really trained in any sport so this is new to me, I've only lifted weights and dealt with that soreness. Thanks.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-05-2008, 10:42 PM
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Soreness will come with any new physical activity. If your gunna want to train regularly i would say fight through the soreness, unless its unbearable. You know your limits. Push yourself as far as a you can with out hurting yourself

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So I signed up to start training at an MMA fcility in my city this week. I had my first classes on Tuesday and wow did they kick my ass. So I am really sore still but I want to go again today. Should I let me body rest some more and wait until Saturday? Or Should I just go in and train anyways through the pain? Any advice would help! I have never really trained in any sport so this is new to me, I've only lifted weights and dealt with that soreness. Thanks.
no dont rest go and train , if u rest it will hurt much more trust me ...
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thats cool
i just joined boxing and expierienced the same thing
even tho i have been wrestling and doin bjj for 5 years
Go to the next practice and push through the pain, its worth it, anything you do just compare it to some of the guys on ufc all access, they train like maniacs, its inpiring. You will see results faster to.
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Thanks a lot guys! I didn't get your responses until after practice but I figured everyone would suggest to train through the pain. I did and I feel great! I even did some cardio after a two hour training session. I never knew working out could be so damn fun!!! Thanks again, I'll train my ass off!

EDIT: Today we mainly focused on BJJ so it wasn't as intense, that's why I did the cardio. I was afraid some guys would be like, "Well your training must suck because you should be wiped out after two hours" lol

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its gonna get boring soon
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