he did but he had a partner to drill with.
Originally Posted by Reedy
[QUOTE=JoeDurrant;213135]I want both fitness and eventually fight, I will be able to go to gym after my college course in a couple of years, and when I have some money coming in from a job. So untill I can find a job I am a bit screwed.[/QUOTE
Also i have college with no job but im doing a sports and science college course so i go gym on my breaks and do mma training but i have some training books from borders with helped me a lot and i recommend these
Yes but instructionals are most usefull for people who have experience, I can learn a submission from an instructional because i have grappled for 20 yrs and know how the body works in general when grappling. A newb would make mistakes without realising it and get that bad habit wet wired which then takes time to unlearn.
Originally Posted by Jamie Taylor
I would say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing! You need to have understanding of fundamentals and that just cant be taught from instructionals because there is no feedback.
the problem with training yourself is motivation and you will get distracted by your family e.g. lil brother annnoyin u mum askin to tidy room which yuh dnt get at the gym