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    QUOTE Sep 11, 2010 6:09 PM GMT
    I want learn karate and other types of martial arts from other gay single
    big men one on one .I want to meet other gay single big men who are interested in martial arts ike i am online.What should I look under for them?
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    QUOTE Sep 23, 2010 3:57 PM GMT
    What are good places to karate with other gay big men at besides city parks?
  • alphatop Posts: 1955
    QUOTE Oct 18, 2010 2:30 AM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI want learn karate and other types of martial arts from other gay single
    big men one on one .I want to meet other gay single big men who are interested in martial arts ike i am online.What should I look under for them?


    I am martial artist ( among other things, like writer, model, ex-con, ex-gigolo, teacher, traveler, photographer, charity worker, student of Chinese and martial arts, such as qi gong (in Beijing) and tai chi (here and now in Kunming)...So hit me up, I am all into martial arts...I will give u my email, which is quite easy...check out my profile name and than add @gmail.com
    That's me
    Tony
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    QUOTE Oct 18, 2010 4:51 AM GMT
    Not every martial arts master might be a big gay man?

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    QUOTE Oct 18, 2010 8:17 PM GMT
    I didn't say they were.That's not what I asked about.That has nothing to do
    with what I asking about.
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    QUOTE Oct 19, 2010 11:39 PM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidWhat are good places to karate with other gay big men at besides city parks?
    Dark alleys at 3am.
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    QUOTE Oct 20, 2010 1:52 AM GMT
    Do you even know what the Martial Arts are about?
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    QUOTE Oct 21, 2010 6:47 AM GMT
    Well I can tell you first off a few things from experience and one is that weight is harder to keep off as you get older. Secondly, sometimes people lose their competitive desire and so they quit or retire earlier than otherwise. For you it is partly because of your club closing so the fact that you are now starting to want to go back should in itself tell you that you have not lost your desire completely.

    I would start off gradually and not throw anything faster or harder than half to three fourths speed and power for the first two weeks. That way you will avoid potential injuries to start with. Secondly, I would challenge myself to get back into shape and be better than I was before and to build myself into shape. It did not take just a month to get out of shape and put that weight on and I suspect that it will take more than a month to get back into shape and get the weight off. Third, I would do some cross-training picking something non-martial arts related like swimming, biking, rollerblading to do occasionally and substitute occasionally for part of my work outs. As for diet plans there is certainly enough information out there but if you are interested in competing again try to pick one that builds and adds muscle some as opposed to just losing weight. A modified Atkins diet for instance would be my recommendation since it has so much protein. I competed for many years and learning how to deal with some of the ups and downs that come with that or some of the outside factors that can affect that are something in itself that competitors have to learn how to deal with. Good luck.
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