User not logged in - login - register
Home Calendar Books School Tool Photo Gallery Message Boards Users Statistics Advertise Site Info
go to bottom | |
 Message Boards » » Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Thread Page [1]  
red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Anyone practice BJJ on here?

5/7/2017 11:40:10 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

No one here trains?

5/8/2017 5:02:24 PM

Kickstand
All American
9047 Posts
user info
edit post

Mama raised a bunch of sissies!

5/8/2017 5:16:51 PM

justinh524
Finley Fan #1
15888 Posts
user info
edit post

5/8/2017 5:45:28 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

BJJ is effective, perhaps just not against 800 pound grizzly bears

5/8/2017 6:12:04 PM

justinh524
Finley Fan #1
15888 Posts
user info
edit post

how effective is it against a shotgun?

5/8/2017 6:22:58 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

prob not very

5/8/2017 7:18:18 PM

ssclark
Black and Proud
14178 Posts
user info
edit post

I was just going to put the Dillion Danis pick with the gun, but I couldn't find it without the meek so I gave up.

5/8/2017 9:04:47 PM

ssclark
Black and Proud
14178 Posts
user info
edit post

Pic and meme respectively

5/8/2017 9:06:12 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Rolled like crap today. Im in a slump

5/11/2017 5:28:26 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Rolled better today

5/18/2017 9:28:02 PM

ssclark
Black and Proud
14178 Posts
user info
edit post

New to rolling?

5/18/2017 9:55:59 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

no. been training about 1.5 years. but everyone in my gym is better and most are younger

5/19/2017 12:29:47 AM

synapse
play so hard
53843 Posts
user info
edit post

I'm a pretty big fan of rolling, fwiw.

5/19/2017 1:08:14 AM

TheGreatTrey
All American
938 Posts
user info
edit post

I'm thinking about starting soon. There is only one smaller BJJ gym where I live and I anticipate possibly moving in the near future so I have not joined. Ideally I would like to do no-gi but I guess it's good either way. How old were you when you begin training BJJ?

5/19/2017 11:07:06 AM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

I trained casually in my early 20s while in the military, but just got back into seriously training at 34. Im almost 36 now. Its fun, I enjoy it, but my goals are realistic. Im not trying to be a UFC fighter or even the best in my gym, there are much younger guys that have youth on their side. Not that Im old or anything, but it does play a role. I train for fun and to be better than the average person. Im still a white belt with about 1.5 years in, and most of the guys in my gym are blue and purples belts, so I get my ass kicked a lot. Sometimes its frustrating to lose to someone newer who is younger and more athletic, but you need to keep the ego at the door and just enjoy it.

I train both gi and nogi. both are fun. Best advice I have is start as early as you can, age wise. dont wait. Not that you cant train in your 30, 40, 50s, but if you can start in the 20s do it




[Edited on May 21, 2017 at 12:08 AM. Reason : .]

5/21/2017 12:01:22 AM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Trained today after 3 weeks off for a back injury. Took it easy, but back felt good. Cardio sucked though

6/26/2017 11:17:44 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Rolling good again, back is not feeling fukt anymore. Good stuff

7/7/2017 3:39:56 PM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

Got my blue belt tonight. 1.5 years of training 2 to 3 days a week for usually 2 hours at a time. I'm 36, feel old but good, wish I started younger.

Anyone else train

9/20/2017 10:23:00 PM

ssclark
Black and Proud
14178 Posts
user info
edit post

Naice. Grats good sir

9/21/2017 9:07:48 AM

scotieb24
I GOT NOTHING
9441 Posts
user info
edit post

There is a Muay Thai and boxing gym opening up by my house next month. I may check it out. Depends on cost. The only martial arts I ever trained in was like a month of karate class when I was 10.

9/21/2017 9:33:37 AM

red baron 22
All American
2128 Posts
user info
edit post

you should, its good stuff. the hardest part is taking that first step and walking into the gym for the first class.

10/16/2017 4:28:46 AM

 Message Boards » Sports Talk » Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Thread Page [1]  
go to top | |
Admin Options : move topic | lock topic

© 2017 by The Wolf Web - All Rights Reserved.
The material located at this site is not endorsed, sponsored or provided by or on behalf of North Carolina State University.
Powered by CrazyWeb v2.37 - our disclaimer.