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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 16:36:51 EST wtD2IViY No.58281
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I am 5'9 and 3/4 almost 5'10 and weight 124-125 lbs when I cut weight from 135. I walk around at 132-137. I do alot of upper body workouts burpes, I can do 500 push ups in a row. I do 100 miles on the layback bike some days while doing curls of 55-60 reps switching arms the whole time. I have a nasty leg kick good top gulitine. my strengh is my striking tho can switch stances easy and strike good from both south paw and reg. I am a righty tho. What sport should I choose and what weight class. I am 34 years old and am noticing Im getting slightly slower then when i was 32-33. Should I just say fuck it and just train for fun?
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Cody McKenzie - Mon, 20 Apr 2020 09:36:29 EST 0yqfROD4 No.58286 Reply
Train for fun. Youre too old to make a living out of this. Best case, if youre really fucking exceptional and put all of your effort into it, you can get one or two decently paid fights before you have to retire with considerable damage to your body and brain. Put that effort into literally any other profession and youre set for the rest of your life.
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Demian Maia - Fri, 29 May 2020 06:47:06 EST FD8fwpaG No.58295 Reply
Gratz on hard work, Anon! But seriously man at 34 the sport will fuck you up beyond repair, don't punish yourself. If it's your dream then go for it and don't look back, but if it's just a hobby and you enjoy training then just keep training.
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Pat Miletich - Mon, 15 Jun 2020 08:52:44 EST dWqcspyK No.58298 Reply
>>58281
No reason why you can't, just adjust your diet and training for longevity. Use an antiinflammatory diet, more greens and oily fish, and incorporate some yoga.

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