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Old 02-22-2009, 08:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just Got back into swing of things, Need Help

First things first, I'd like to introduce myself. My Name is Fuad and I am 17 years of age. I used to do Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, and overall MMA a little as well. I was a purple belt in TKD and Hapkido. I trained all of these at the same time as my school had multiple programs. About 8 months ago it just started getting boring and I really wasn't getting the satisfaction from training,sparring, and fighting in matches as I used to. But Lately, as I'm watching more and more MMA events and as the weather is warming up I'm starting to feel the itch again to get back into the gym and onto the mat. My old school closed down a few months ago and currently I'm looking for a school that's a lot more MMA oriented. But with 8 months basically doing nothing than Gaming and School what would I need to do to get back into full swing of things? Also this time around I'd like to focus a lot more on my dieting, since that Has been my problem in the past. What would I need to eat, how often, everything. I'd also like to say that I do not wish to be super buff but I'd love to bulk up a little. Lastly I'd like to mention that I really have no experience nor do I know the ins and outs of weight training, In the past i have mostly done various cardio work outs. Any help is greatly appreciated
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Old 02-23-2009, 10:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, the Taekwondo and Judo experience is good to start with. I know from experience Taekwondo works, because I am almost a Black Belt in it. You should first enroll in the best MMA gym in your area. Once your a member, mabye buy some supplements if you want, and work out there as much as possible.

The more time you put into something, the more benifints you will see.
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