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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by BJJChess, Jan 13, 2018 at 7:55 AM.

  1. MadSquabbles500 Gold Belt

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    No pain no gain.
     
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  2. BJJChess Rock&Roll forever BABY

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    Next time you are practicing your best throw, return the favor over and over until he gets the message.
     
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  4. Forceof1 Blue Belt

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    Dude, I learned martial arts in the 80s, old school karate style. Getting hit by kendo sticks, no mats, etc. At 8 fricken years old. As a teenager, full contact was sweet. Even in my 20's, I wanted to battle, be it BJJ, kick boxing, full contact karate, etc.

    Now,I'm pushing 40. The game has changed. If I'm in a gym that thinks I'm a sissy because someone doesn't understand proper safety, or the instructor doesn't care- I'm in the wrong gym. I wish I would have been smarter earlier, as my body betrays me at times due to years of abuse.

    If its a new school- the instructor should be emphasizing a positive training environment to help increase student base. If he doesn't, find a new place to train. Injuries are part of training, no doubt- but avoidable injuries due to stupid or careless people have no place in a gym.
     
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