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  1. #11
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    Save your money.
    All you need is this.


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    That gym Spectre linked to also has MT and wrestling classes. Barring the MT instructors being adequately qualified, I'm gonna start training there shortly. So ****ing excited! I love Toronto, but I hated going there for classes due to lack of decent places close by. I've never had a gym a 10-minute walk from where I lived.
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    That gym is actually a 40 min drive from where I am. Still something to consider though.

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    40 minutes is a bit much. I don't drive though, so I'm just thankful to have something within walking distance. I hated having to take the GO into Toronto all the time.
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    So it's not Bjj, but it turns out Siam No.1 is very close to where I'm living, and down the street from my job. So it looks like that's what I'll be doing.

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    I used to train at Siam no. 1. It's a good gym, and everyone there is pretty serious about actively fighting.
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    My cardio is going to suck... big time.

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    What's your weight like right now?
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    I'm around 95 kg, but I don't want to lose weight, fat yes, but not weight if I can help it.

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    Marco (Tony Montana) used to train and instruct at Siam No.1, before leaving for Xtreme Couture.

    I wonder if he is still at XC...

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