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Thread: To the white belts over 30 years of age?

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    Its not his cup you can feel.... Mike Bishop's Avatar
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    Seniors 1 and 2 is where the real competition starts mate

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    Hang on... 30 is old??

    I'm 30 and I still feel, and act, like a kid.
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    tbh I think guys like nick brooks & dave coles are pretty good examples of starting bjj a little later in life. they've achieved loads.

    there's also a guy in our team called savio aragona. he's 45 & didn't start until a couple of years ago. competes loads & his dedication is phenomenal. he's almost at purple belt. good role model & great bloke.

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    I'm a big kid me. I'm dancing around whilst listening to this. I'm incredibly childish!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B10Bx...ayer_embedded#!

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    Gonna show this thread to my dad, he says he to old to roll with me, I just recon he's scared

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    Dude, started my BJJ journey at the tender young age of 46 back in 2007

    I just hurt more and hurt longer lol, and need a little more time to recover than the young guns I train with in Nottingham and Mansfield, but apart from that, I enjoy my training.

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