Where Do You Train?

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Robsco 1319 posts
Just curious where everyone's from, where they train, what styles, how often, grades, etc.

I'm up in Newcastle in the UK, training at Gracie Barra Newcastle, although been out for a few months, also training at Phoenix for a few supplementary bits and pieces.

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the_little_dragon Regular 33 posts
I train Wing Chun Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

I do boxing on wednesdays, Fridays Saturdays and sundays.

I am also into conditioning my body so I do a lot of weight training (mostly for muscle toning and strength), running and other fitness activities such as circuit training.

This is all in East/Central London.
timus Newbie 2 posts
hi could you specify where it is you do your boxing training please id be very gratefull, as im from east london and am interested in some on the side boxing training to help my striking
the_little_dragon Regular 33 posts
I do boxing with my boxing trainer on friday, saturday and sundays.

I do train at a club on wednesdays as well, GATER ABC.

This is located on Roding Lane North. It is more or less in Redbridge.

www.abae.org.uk has a whole list of boxing clubs in London.

Hope this helped.
sl Resident 855 posts
Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu
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timus Newbie 2 posts
thanx dragon, perfect info.
andy Resident 729 posts
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lance Regular 26 posts
I'm at the Coulsdon Martial Arts center in Coulsdon (funnily enough), Surrey

I train on a Saturday and am a red belt in Yoshin Ryu ju-jitsu..(Yoshin Ryu, I'm told, translates as yielding tree/school)

TrapDoor Regular 20 posts
JuKaiJutsu, a style created by my Shihan, and now it has a few clubs throughout eastern canada if im not mistaken.

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursday, though I usually miss wdays class cause of work :(
Falthor Newbie 10 posts
No longer training in Martial Arts, long story.

Have trained in Katsudo-Te Jitsu, orange Belt. Judo, Brown Belt, Aikido, yellow, and smattering of otehrs.

Currently I trian with Can-Am Pro-Wrestling School. Put that judo background to good use I say. :-)
WIL BRANCA Newbie 1 posts
About a year ago I started training in BJJ 3 nights per week (in North Hollywood, CA).

Before that I tried Aikido for a few months but it wasn't for me.

Earlier in my life (about 15-20 years ago) I was a Pro Wrestler and trained with Walter "Killer" Kowalski in Boston, Mass.

I'm also interested in traditional Ju-Jitsu but will stick with BJJ for now.
Delanvital Newbie 7 posts
In our own little club in Slagelse, Denmark. We are abt. 40 ju-jitsu members, practise twice a week and often in weekends.

Club started in '79 as a gensei-ryu style karate klub, and ju-jitsu came in the early 80's. Later the karate division of the club switched to shotokan style (the karate division have about 20 members).

Should someone see this and have an interest in paying us a visit, please feel free to contact me.

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Nathan Addict 175 posts
I train in Traditional Ju-Jitsu, in Great Yarmouth.
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Anonymous Newbie 1 posts
I'm from the US,i train at my house and with my friend,what style i use is hard to say because i'm a street fighter but many of my techniques do come from ju-jitsu,kickboxing,boxing,karate,judo and aikido,all of which i've deeply studied. Pain is but an inconvienence,all of which can be bypassed
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Ross Regular 100 posts
I Box mon-sat at St Vincents ABC in sheffield
Ross Regular 100 posts
I Box mon-sat at St Vincents ABC in sheffield
Monkey Balls Regular 44 posts
twice a week at shotokan karate club in brighton
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steve Resident 217 posts
Ross,

Have you had dabble at judo yet at a decent standard club? You have the ideal physical build to become good at it (long limbs, upright posture), mixed with boxing skill the 'basing' and 'turn in' that judo gives would be a strong fighting combination (you already have some kicking ability and half decent groundwork skills).

There is now good standard judo in Sheffield with the building of the dedicated high performance centre. "Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog"
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Robsco 1319 posts
marartsoc,

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