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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 02:18 AM Thread Starter
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Didn't think it would be as tough on my body as lifting weights, i apologize for my ignorance

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that's your upper lip.

I trained in bodybuidling for 5 years, took 2 years off from hernia. I took advanced human biology, advance chemistry, fitness, health management, weight lifting and I won the national science academy award at 15 for human biology.

This thread was a review of my personal experience, you disagree then dont read it and if you dont have something intelligent to say, thendont say it at all because I sincerely doubt you know the first thing about fitness.
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And after I was nice to you and posi repped you...you're a big meany.

Do you want to train just boxing or mma?
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All that experience and studying one would assume you are smarter then to train 5 hours a day 10 days straight. Good call.

I heartily accept the motto, "That government is best which governs least"; and I should like to see it acted up to more rapidly and systematically.
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I have anxiety and have nothign to do. Right now my goal is to rehabilitate and get into better physical and mental health by using cardio boxing ona heavy bag and walking. Then maybe someday when I have money and a job and a car, I'll take up boxing and MMA

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Brutalizing yourself in that fashion does nothing for your mental health. The endorphins only work so much.

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Brutalizing yourself in that fashion does nothing for your mental health. The endorphins only work so much.
relieves a lot of stress, keeps me busy for my anxiety.

keeps my midn off things and i got addicted to it.

thank you for the advice, i'd rep you if i could. LOL

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Try going for a jog, always helps me out. I know how you feel about being addicted, but you should find more outlets then boxing/lifting. Go play some football with friends or something like that.

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Why not go get a job so you can train at a real gym?

If you have all of the "bodybuilding training" that you claim you have then you would know what you're doing is wrong and that just hitting a heavy bag won't do shit to make you stronger, have better cardio, or a better mental state.
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You should work more on your people skills and less on your boxing.



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post #20 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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the heck with my people skills that's a lost cause.

I have no friends and I hate football.

If I had a job, I wouldn't be on this damn forum all the time.

There are 800,000 people unemployed where I live.

Punching bag is good for building strength and cardio, go to bb.com and research about punching bags and punching strength.

Can't jog, legs will hurt for some reason.

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