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Discussion in 'Fitness' started by deemus, Apr 22, 2019.
What are your testing/training for? If, you dont mind me asking
Gracie jui jitsu. I also like to keep up on my boxing and kick boxing but that’s not a testing thing.
Man... I'd really like my kids to learn some of that. But, the closest place is 1.5hr drive. It's just too much to keep up with. I got my 1st dan out in Tae Kwon Do. It was very beneficial to me as a young man. I'm going to see if it's something they will like to try when they get a little older.
What belt you going for, may I ask?
Combatives. It’s the very first achievement. Combatives is new. It used to be blue belt was what you test for but now they want combatives first. I’m an odd duck because I regret not testing before I left Oregon. I didn’t because I felt I needed to work on things. I did a lot of things well but they score you on a lot. From even your grip if they see it being done wrong. You get video taped and judged. You cannot score less than a 90. I’m at that 6 or 7 stripes if you were to look at my cards with several full contact sessions.
Only one guy in all of Texas in new braunfels where I gotta test so I’m pretty much having to keep the ball going myself
I have a friend in Frisco that does that. He uses a gym in Allen on Stacy Rd.
Good idea keeping the Nitro around your neck. My uncle died on a business trip in Chicago. He was found halfway between the bed and the dresser where his nitro was.
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