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Posted: 2012-08-08 09:19:54
what do you think is more benefical in your training as we all have a limited time available unless your a full time pro. so time working to get strengths better or is working on weaker areas the best way to spend training time. as we cant do it all?
Posted: 2012-08-14 08:35:59
why cant you do both? spend an alloted time on each during your training time, more for your weak areas than your strong areas.
Posted: 2012-08-15 09:42:58
i was thinking whether mastering strong areas would help more in fights. im just seeing if other fighters so any things a differently.
Posted: 2012-08-16 09:52:51
For a fight if you are already strong in one area then work on your weakness as you can bet your opponent will know of your weakness and try to exploit it. Obviously still drill your strong points but work more on your weaknesses to give you a better all round game.
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Posted: 2013-01-09 13:30:35
yeehaa :)
Posted: 2013-01-10 03:52:59
some days i do nothing but but throw left kicks and jabs and do knees, these are my weakest thuings, im not a pro fighter of course but i found that the mind has to train the body in order for weak points to be brought into line.

if your cardio was a weak point you would work on that
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