Originally Posted by joshua7789
Go the other direction, add a hundred and ten pounds and fight at heavyweight, they will never see it coming. Sometimes the most fun way to do things is through the back door...something like that anyway. Really though, I would focus much more on developing actual skill then worrying about how much weight to cut and other factors like that when you are first starting out. I think that its far more important then concentrating on weight until you reach a highly competitive level and start needing to grasp for little advantages here and there. Just my cent and a half.
Dude makes a point, well put sir
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