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#13 - don't do this 01/04/2015 on FJ? More like FitJ +1
#79 - technique + mindset > mass > speed/explosiveness > en…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
User avatar #80 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Street or ring? And I reckon its about your level of experience, rarely in a street fight with little to no martial arts experience is endurance a problem. I managed to win my 140kg friend who has some experience in street fights and street wrestling but back then I had non and I was 70kg. We had this thing where'd we slap the other if we were in a situation where'd we COULD get punches in, and I was constantly slapping him when I lost and he slapped me only twice. I won him 3 times, and I only had strenght to utilize. But wrestling then again is a whole different thing..
User avatar #81 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
And by strenght I mean I was little stronger than him. Upper body wise.
#78 - yea i know 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
#76 - i'm a friendly guy who weighs 110 kg have been lifting for 3 y…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
User avatar #77 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Welp, see here, we were talking two different things. I was talking about your average lifter, no martial arts, just lifting to become tough guy. Usually this is brings along a big ego, which might get you in trouble and all those years of lifting are pretty useless, unless they are gonna have lift-off. Some drunk people even go up to big guys to challange them.
#79 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
technique + mindset > mass > speed/explosiveness > enduracne .. > strength

this is how I would rank it
User avatar #80 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Street or ring? And I reckon its about your level of experience, rarely in a street fight with little to no martial arts experience is endurance a problem. I managed to win my 140kg friend who has some experience in street fights and street wrestling but back then I had non and I was 70kg. We had this thing where'd we slap the other if we were in a situation where'd we COULD get punches in, and I was constantly slapping him when I lost and he slapped me only twice. I won him 3 times, and I only had strenght to utilize. But wrestling then again is a whole different thing..
User avatar #81 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
And by strenght I mean I was little stronger than him. Upper body wise.
#78 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
yea i know
#74 - by who?  [+] (7 new replies) 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
User avatar #75 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
By your mum lol. No srsly, by someone who is weaker than you and looks weaker than you. Calisthenics builds up "strong"-look too.
#76 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
i'm a friendly guy who weighs 110 kg have been lifting for 3 years and have over 4 years of martialarts experience. It's pretty rare running in to a professional fighter.
User avatar #77 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Welp, see here, we were talking two different things. I was talking about your average lifter, no martial arts, just lifting to become tough guy. Usually this is brings along a big ego, which might get you in trouble and all those years of lifting are pretty useless, unless they are gonna have lift-off. Some drunk people even go up to big guys to challange them.
#79 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
technique + mindset > mass > speed/explosiveness > enduracne .. > strength

this is how I would rank it
User avatar #80 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Street or ring? And I reckon its about your level of experience, rarely in a street fight with little to no martial arts experience is endurance a problem. I managed to win my 140kg friend who has some experience in street fights and street wrestling but back then I had non and I was 70kg. We had this thing where'd we slap the other if we were in a situation where'd we COULD get punches in, and I was constantly slapping him when I lost and he slapped me only twice. I won him 3 times, and I only had strenght to utilize. But wrestling then again is a whole different thing..
User avatar #81 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
And by strenght I mean I was little stronger than him. Upper body wise.
#78 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
yea i know
#72 - being strong/looking strong > being a "fighter"  [+] (9 new replies) 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
User avatar #73 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Untill you get your shit kicked out of you tho.
#74 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
by who?
User avatar #75 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
By your mum lol. No srsly, by someone who is weaker than you and looks weaker than you. Calisthenics builds up "strong"-look too.
#76 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
i'm a friendly guy who weighs 110 kg have been lifting for 3 years and have over 4 years of martialarts experience. It's pretty rare running in to a professional fighter.
User avatar #77 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Welp, see here, we were talking two different things. I was talking about your average lifter, no martial arts, just lifting to become tough guy. Usually this is brings along a big ego, which might get you in trouble and all those years of lifting are pretty useless, unless they are gonna have lift-off. Some drunk people even go up to big guys to challange them.
#79 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
technique + mindset > mass > speed/explosiveness > enduracne .. > strength

this is how I would rank it
User avatar #80 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Street or ring? And I reckon its about your level of experience, rarely in a street fight with little to no martial arts experience is endurance a problem. I managed to win my 140kg friend who has some experience in street fights and street wrestling but back then I had non and I was 70kg. We had this thing where'd we slap the other if we were in a situation where'd we COULD get punches in, and I was constantly slapping him when I lost and he slapped me only twice. I won him 3 times, and I only had strenght to utilize. But wrestling then again is a whole different thing..
User avatar #81 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
And by strenght I mean I was little stronger than him. Upper body wise.
#78 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
yea i know
#70 - I think you may have misunderstood 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... 0
#69 - fighting > calisthenics if you feel like being able to do …  [+] (11 new replies) 01/03/2015 on It's that time of the year... +1
User avatar #71 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Tru dat, but I was saying that if you dont have a partner who is willing to go spar with ya. And getting a proper workout with street fighting is tough.
#72 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
being strong/looking strong > being a "fighter"
User avatar #73 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Untill you get your shit kicked out of you tho.
#74 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
by who?
User avatar #75 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
By your mum lol. No srsly, by someone who is weaker than you and looks weaker than you. Calisthenics builds up "strong"-look too.
#76 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
i'm a friendly guy who weighs 110 kg have been lifting for 3 years and have over 4 years of martialarts experience. It's pretty rare running in to a professional fighter.
User avatar #77 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Welp, see here, we were talking two different things. I was talking about your average lifter, no martial arts, just lifting to become tough guy. Usually this is brings along a big ego, which might get you in trouble and all those years of lifting are pretty useless, unless they are gonna have lift-off. Some drunk people even go up to big guys to challange them.
#79 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
technique + mindset > mass > speed/explosiveness > enduracne .. > strength

this is how I would rank it
User avatar #80 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
Street or ring? And I reckon its about your level of experience, rarely in a street fight with little to no martial arts experience is endurance a problem. I managed to win my 140kg friend who has some experience in street fights and street wrestling but back then I had non and I was 70kg. We had this thing where'd we slap the other if we were in a situation where'd we COULD get punches in, and I was constantly slapping him when I lost and he slapped me only twice. I won him 3 times, and I only had strenght to utilize. But wrestling then again is a whole different thing..
User avatar #81 - aldothenazi (01/03/2015) [-]
And by strenght I mean I was little stronger than him. Upper body wise.
#78 - mixedfeelings (01/03/2015) [-]
yea i know

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#3 to #2 - mixedfeelings (08/22/2014) [-]
you have no idea about how i live my life
User avatar #1 - hahahaheidi (01/08/2014) [-]
What the **** did I tell you.
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