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Omega » Posted 1/14/07 2:15:00PM

I'm in California dude.

(I can't believe I just said that)

Red_Elvis » Posted 1/14/07 9:22:00PM


Posted by Omega

I'm in California dude.

(I can't believe I just said that)



gnarly!

loller90278 » Posted 1/16/07 3:05:00PM

what part in california? im in south cali, south bay area to be more specific

Omega » Posted 1/14/07 2:15:00PM

Monterey?

I'm in Santa Barbara/Ventura area...

Wolf » Posted 1/14/07 11:32:00PM

Blackbelt in Kuk Sool Won...

Then I wised up, and I've been doing MMA 4-5 days a week for the past 5 months. I wouldn't presume to teach anybody at this point.

loller90278 » Posted 1/16/07 3:05:00PM

ahh, you're up north..
im more south of you, in LA county

Omega » Posted 1/14/07 2:15:00PM

Sorry, I meant to say...Marina Del Rey?

Red_Elvis » Posted 1/14/07 9:22:00PM


Posted by loller90278

ahh, you're up north..
im more south of you, in LA county



Where do you train at?

loller90278 » Posted 1/16/07 3:05:00PM

sbjj
south bay jiu jitsu
and
boxing works


Red_Elvis » Posted 1/14/07 9:22:00PM


Posted by loller90278

sbjj
south bay jiu jitsu
and
boxing works



You train with Bob? Nice. I used to train under Mark Lyons who was also one of the Dirty Dozen.

Just curious, is the MMA / MT programs not up to par there? Or to put it another way, why train also at Boxing Works?

DeadguY » Posted 1/24/07 4:25:00PM

I like watching more than actually training, but I had to lose some weight for my wedding so I ended up taking some classes and liked em enough to continue.

So far I've been taking Muay Thai for 6 months, which cuts weight faster than anything I've EVER done. I've taken a few Gi-Less BJJ classes, but I want to start Gi training soon so I can learn the fundamentals of BJJ to have a good base.

Then I wanna do Guerilla Ju Jitsu! That looks like fun!

loller90278 » Posted 1/16/07 3:05:00PM


Posted by Red_Elvis


Posted by loller90278

sbjj
south bay jiu jitsu
and
boxing works



You train with Bob? Nice. I used to train under Mark Lyons who was also one of the Dirty Dozen.

Just curious, is the MMA / MT programs not up to par there? Or to put it another way, why train also at Boxing Works?



no no, as i said before, the instructors come from boxing works every monday to help our stand up, thats why i added it in there

but unfortunatly i havnt had any time to go as of late, with work and college! eeeeeeek. i train at home for now

Svartorm » Posted 1/24/07 8:41:00PM

I don't see myself giving too much advice, but I started with Iate Karate when I was 9 and took that for 2 years, then moved to American Kenpo, which I've done off and on for the last 14 years or so, as my brother runs a school, and is the NH rep for American Kenpo Karate International, under Paul Mills. I've done greco for 6 or so years and have trained catch wrestling and JKD (Straightblast) for the last 2 years. I've trained a bit of BJJ over the last two years, but the guy I was training with is disinterested in training anymore, so thats out. Aside from that I'm a Somafera practitioner, which is an internal martial art.

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Hwarang » Posted 1/28/07 1:04:00PM

11years in Taekwondo 2.dan (dont really care about the belt just like competing)
6months boxing
been doing mma ameturely for about 1-2years
And Muay thai 6months

slammadowg » Posted 1/27/07 3:42:00PM

Muay Thai for 5 months and BJJ for 2. Trained with Jason Macdonald a couple times. Not seminars, he trains there regularily, just not often with noobs like I.

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