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  1. #11


    Quote Originally Posted by Darkne$s View Post
    Get stronger n fitter in general (stop skiving basically).
    Roll harder (too kind need to make more smash).
    Win some shit.
    Get purple..

    Good luck 6million, had acl reconstruction in 2008.
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  2. #12


    Train 3/4 times a week without fail
    Compete as often as i can
    Take up judo
    Compete in judo as often as i can
    Become faster stronger fitter
    Stop being lazy with my diet andshed some body fat to get to my proper weight class

    just a few off the top of my head, but ill probably add more
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  3. #13
    Its not his cup you can feel.... Mike Bishop's Avatar
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    Start making GIs and selling them on the forum

    For 2 years now it's been to get my purple but I'm still no closer

  4. #14


    In no particular order...

    1. Don't break any more bones

    2. Start judo

    3. Take up yoga

    4. Do more cardio

    5. Find a training partner to start doing proper drilling sessions and failing that, try and do solo drills every day particularly when I can't make class

    6. Keep going to class

    7. It would also be nice to upgrade my belt to something with intentional colour ( as opposed to the grey hue it has from not washing it!)

  5. #15


    train harder 5-6 days a week, wrestle with the iranian national team members in summer, win a competition in gi and no gi or at least medal in 3 comps gi and no gi. Work a strength and conditioning program and get a diet which doesn't involve me starving up toward the day of the comp.
    Last edited by IranianWarMachine; 11-12-2009 at 09:59 PM.
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  6. #16


    Keep training 4/5 times a week, but add Judo and Thai Boxing if possible
    Enter 6 competitions, medal in at least one(blue belt)
    Increase my strength and maintain flexibility
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  7. #17


    ok this my real resolution bcorse you guys you take so serioss.

    makey sure i train without kimono evry week.
    finish triangles on bad side
    wris lock guys when i do omo plata
    300kg dead lif
    160kg bench pres
    finish my samurai tattoo (i get in 98 but i still need color but i never can afford)
    brabo choke the marrudo guardeiro who play half guarda with me
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  8. #18


    Mine is to win a match for once.

    I have lost every match I have had.
    Hey u have still won every mma fight you have had neil

  9. #19


    Qualify and fight in the Abu Dhabi Pro. If I can't qualify, go and fight anyway.

    Grade at least three times in Judo.

    Fight at least four more Amateur MMA bouts.

    Get my Brown Belt.

    Up until I get my Brown Belt, enter and medal in every major CBJJ event, and get gold in at least one.

    Win a competition at Brown Belt.

    I aim to do all these things, and so I will. ^_^

    Take care,


    [Edit: Oh! And win a fight at the goddamn Scandinavian goddamn Open. GRRRR!]
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  10. #20
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    oh yes forgot to add I need to make smash in a Swedish tourney and atleast medal. Hopefully the scando open.

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