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Thread: How much training time do people put into fighting in amateur mma?

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    Default How much training time do people put into fighting in amateur mma?

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    3 times a week (2 hour sessions) at least.

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    I think that would vary vastly from club to club.

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    As much as humanly possible
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    someone put it in a different thread that theres a a, b and c class fights.
    a class- basically a pro fight
    b class- strikes to the head on the feet, but no gnp, still high standard.
    c class- 6 months and over strikes to the body no gnp.
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    How long would someone have to train before they were at a level to compete in amatuer fights?

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    Whenever they feel there ready?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauljono1120 View Post
    Whenever they feel there ready?
    well done smartass.

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    Really you cant give a straight answer for that, it depends on natural ability, quality of coaching, how many days a week you train, the calibre of opponent you're looking at and a bunch of other factors.

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