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#16 Postby danny** » Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:37 am

Thanks all :D

Well, my weight is now 87kg on 1,82m (thats like 6feet,1..?), it was 97 in summer *sigh* but well, Im doing of cardio i.e. running, rope skipping etc etc, I didnt do before...

@Trev
I started with Muay Thai when I was 18... to improve my boxing for the MT I started with classical boxing and found out, for myself, that its way better... I like the technique better and the finesse. To that I do some grappling, sometimes mixed with punches, but just for the basics so I know how to handle those situations, its not my intention to become a freefighter ^^
And I guess you would get used to it pretty fast NOT to hit your opponent with your knees :D but there was a boxing match here once where some kickboxer did use his knees to bring down his opponent... well, he was blocked(locked?) for lifetime of course. But he did it on purpose, cause he got no chance, went mad and got on berserker stance

Not listen to Jonathan.. hmmm.... but I like those idea of shakes :D but those sound a bit like a bowel breaker to me *ouch*




P.S. Love the avatar, I can totally see the family resemblance.


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#17 Postby Bigbwii » Sun Dec 31, 2006 3:06 pm

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#18 Postby flanders77 » Tue Jan 02, 2007 3:13 am

Welcome Danny!
We meet once on Alex birthday-party in Bad Homburg!
Great to see you here!
Concerning your weight: I actually gained 6 kg during the first month of veganism.
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#19 Postby loveliberate » Wed Jan 03, 2007 2:19 pm

Hello & Welcome Danny! It's really great that so many folks here are into martial arts. :D
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#20 Postby Trev » Wed Jan 03, 2007 2:36 pm

danny** wrote:@Trev
I started with Muay Thai when I was 18... to improve my boxing for the MT I started with classical boxing and found out, for myself, that its way better... I like the technique better and the finesse. To that I do some grappling, sometimes mixed with punches, but just for the basics so I know how to handle those situations, its not my intention to become a freefighter ^^
And I guess you would get used to it pretty fast NOT to hit your opponent with your knees :D but there was a boxing match here once where some kickboxer did use his knees to bring down his opponent... well, he was blocked(locked?) for lifetime of course. But he did it on purpose, cause he got no chance, went mad and got on berserker stance


Yeah, I was just kidding about using knees and leg kicks! We do a lot of boxing at my gym, as well as MT, karate and a bit of BJJ - mostly takedown defence. The kickboxer that kneed the boxer just sounds like an idiot. Gives martial arts a bad name. I've never sparred just with boxing, but I definitely wanna give it a try. What is it about boxing that you like more than MT? I still enjoy watching boxing almost as much as MT or MMA. A good fighter is a good fighter is a good fighter. Cheers! 8)

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#21 Postby Crash » Tue Jan 30, 2007 4:27 pm

Welcome! :)
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