>>881090 >over as fuck after that as a face >pair him up with Hegman >a heel manager >fans confused if they should cheer Cesaro or not >mixed reaction >suddenly no reaction after a few weeks >pull Hey man away from him once his momentum was killed off Why does Vince hates Cesaro again?
So in my city, one of those bouldering / indoor rock climbing halls opened and I thought I'd give it a try (I had no experience whatsoever concerning climbing, but I thought it would be interesting and a good workout).
It was fun and I stayed there for a couple of hours, but there was one problem: I had some calluses on my hands from weightlifting (I always have those even though I use gloves) and when I climbed, the skin there tore open and basically came off. There was even blood and it took like three weeks to heal.
Is there a way to avoid this? I saw that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>881051 >its more the wrestlers fault than wwe's In what way is poor booking not WWE's fault?
(Also, holy shit I hope Vince retires soon. NXT is solid, albeit not the best wrestling show going right now, and I've given up watching the main product. Triple H plans to move all the staff of NXT to the main shows eventually.)
>>880923 I understand that for discussing commuting; but there is a skateboarding thread, and a fruitbooting thread here. And a lot of discussions on /n/ are based around the recreational side of biking, which seems like it belongs here.
Asked this in boxing general but figured it might be worth its own thread
I'm looking to get into boxing. I realized its important to know what to do with your hands rather than just be an idiot and start swinging. I'm a decent sized guy but I'd feel more confident if I actually knew how to strike/fight.
I'm an athletic trainer (sports medicine) so I've learned a lot about head injuries. The fear of concussions and CTE when I'm very old is magnified for me more than normal people.
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My assumption is that you would be relatively safe from head injuries from recreational boxing, even if it does include sparring. But I am purely guessing and assuming and would love also love to hear from someone who knows their shit. So - Bump
>>880677 Casual sparring should be pretty safe, aside maybe from broken noses.
You could also look into fitness boxing. Make sure that the trainer actually does ordinary boxing lessons, as well, and knows his shit, though. It's got a higher focus on the workout element, but still teaches you some boxing stuff.
Then again, for real self defense, boxing isn't all that useful outside of the stamina gain and the fact that you'll know how to throw a punch. Really, learning how to throw a punch and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Poop asked me this and I'm interested to know what the current fads on /asp/ are.
At the moment, it's nothing new for me, just maintaining my old shit in my first teacher's backyard. But I'm thinking my next style will be MMA since I'm in desperate need of physical conditioning that doesn't involve some old chubby white guy who thinks he's asian yelling at you, and MMA conditioning seems god-tier.
I haven't been able to bring myself to do it thus far because I prefer pussy-ass white guys in ponytails to an overly-aggressive... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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