Tankweazel Posted September 9, 2015 Report Share Posted September 9, 2015 So after almost two years of no serious competition (TBH the Scottish Judo Open was more an experiment in seeing if I could still cut weight like a pro) I'm returning to competition. My first will most likely be a judo grading as the London IBJJF Open is a bit out of my league, bearing in mind I have to fight at blue belt."Gentle means tired" was a favourite phrase used during competition preparation at the judo club, and right now I'm gentle very often. Sport Specific Activity:I'm already at classes regularly but I shy away a bit during rolling, people are gentle and won't hurt me. I can get in on this. Goal: Rolling and Randori - aim for only sitting out one round max. ( STA - 2)Conditioning:I have a conditioning program in place that will help me with power output in competition. I just have to actually do it three times a week.I will also keep up the drills from my previous challenge and shift the focus on inversion and DLR/ Spider guard drills.Goal: conditioning program 3xpw (STA - 3)Goal: Morning drills 4xpw (DEX - 5)Healthy Eating:This is where IIFYM goes back to "if it fits your macros" and not "if it fits your mouth"Goal: Keep avg calories below 1900 (as I'm still needing to lose extra bulk weight ;_; ) (CON - 2)Respecting the Men Folk:To put it bluntly, I'm good at respecting them in a sporting sense but not in a relationship sense. Over the past six months I have upset many of the men folk by really just not caring. The worst part was calling out another black belt (who I really should have respected as being the same level) purely because of the dating scenario presented. Worked out OK and mutual respect developed. This incident made me realise I'd gone a bit weird. I just haven't got round to do anything about it till not. Goal: Keep trolling, teasing and "Fite me bro" to a level that doesn't cause angry texts and getting ignored. (CHA - 3) Quote "Gentle means tired." Battle Log / Youtube Channel / (lol am an..) Athlete Page Level 4 Halfling Monk: STR - 181 | DEX - 12.5 | STA - 4.5 | CON - 6 | WIS - 4 | CHA - 7 Link to comment
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