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#360742 - 10/11/07 05:09 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: Taison]
shills11 Offline
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Registered: 07/19/07
Posts: 376
Loc: Glasgow Scotland
it's quite good to see you summarising your experience on a week to week basis maybe you should start a blog, it would be intersting to look back after youve been at it for a year, and might be a good insight to the training for others who are starting out

just a thought

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#360743 - 10/11/07 05:32 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: shills11]
Taison Offline
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I'm too lazy to do that.

My week consists mainly of:-
1) eating
2) sleeping
3) drinking
4) chain smoking
5) kicking the can aka b!tching about how life is miserable without a job
6) How I'm such a pro even though I can't be bothered to move my arse.

-Taison out
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#360744 - 10/11/07 09:55 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: shills11]
ChangLab Offline
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Registered: 06/02/03
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Loc: Cincinnati, Ohio
Quote:

it's quite good to see you summarising your experience on a week to week basis maybe you should start a blog, it would be intersting to look back after youve been at it for a year, and might be a good insight to the training for others who are starting out

just a thought






Would it be innapropiate to do that with this thread?
(since I've already started)

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#360745 - 10/11/07 10:12 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: ChangLab]
shills11 Offline
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I dont think so, but the moderators might have different ideas about that.

I think it would be a good idea as you would be able to throw up a lot of info and problems that apply to everybody that does Muay Thai and maybe the guys with more experience on here will complement your training by giving you good advice. I've heard people say that you shouldnt waist time on forums and get out their and train, but i think if your training hard enough the forums/blogs will give you helpfull pointers in the right direction.
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#360746 - 10/12/07 01:59 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: shills11]
Taison Offline
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Changlab,

Feel free to start a new thread and blog about your MT training. I'd be honored if you did, it'll breath a little more air into these parts of the forum.

I might start doing that as well soon as I find more freetime.

-Taison out
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#360747 - 10/18/07 04:21 PM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: Taison]
shills11 Offline
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I think the invitation to start a blog has scared changlab off !!

I blame YOU Taison puting far to much pressure on the guy tut tut
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#360748 - 10/24/07 01:33 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: shills11]
Taison Offline
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Well. .

It seems I have scared him.

Oh well, in order to get that nice bloke back, I'm going to ban you Shills, in order to justify his abscense.

-Taison out
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#360749 - 10/24/07 12:15 PM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: Taison]
ChangLab Offline
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Registered: 06/02/03
Posts: 312
Loc: Cincinnati, Ohio
I haven't been scared off... I'm getting married this weekend and haven't had time for training. but I will keep posting as I keep training..

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#360750 - 10/24/07 01:24 PM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: ChangLab]
shills11 Offline
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Posts: 376
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pheeeeeew,

that was close, good to see you are still with us and congrats and good luck on the wedding
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#360751 - 10/25/07 03:16 AM Re: Muay Thai and aging. [Re: shills11]
diamondbar1971 Offline
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Registered: 09/30/07
Posts: 10
Loc: missouri
in response to getting older,,,,hahahah,,,i just turned 57 today, and i have been in martial arts for 40 years and i never get tired of it, oh i get tired alright, and my old body aches and i am a little stiff in the mornings after i
have had a few rounds or two and i don't heal as fast as i once did, but i will go to my grave kicking and punching trying to get that last hit in,,,thats just the way it is..
so hang in there and as YOU get older, just sit back be patient and let your opponent come to you, afer all martial arts IS for self defense also. (and stop smoking)

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