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Posted 31 January 2013 - 06:13 PM

Hey guys, new to the game obviously and im not sure exACtly how many sessions per week, and what type of sessions i should have my fighter working on?

here is my fighters profile link:
http://mmatycoon.com....php?FID=206870
AiDEN "sPADES" aCE (206870)

265lb weight class
AiDEN has Mediocre (5)boxing, Strong (9)Muay Thai, Abysmal (2)wrestling and holds a bluebelt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
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Muay Thai Strong (9)
Boxing Mediocre (5)
BJJ Woeful (3)
Wrestling Abysmal (2)


I really love the setup and premise of the game and i am going VIP today i really am dedicated and want to do well. I need a mentor and some advice on training and all aspects of the game.

Thanks,
Corey
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Posted 31 January 2013 - 07:27 PM

Ok, so where shall we begin....

I dont think it's such a good idea to post all your stats on the forum. Your opponent can easily refer back to this thread & see how to beat you. So I'd erase that if I were you.

Your cardio is fine starting out. I would seriously work on your other physicals before accepting your 1st fight. You have decent standup so that would be your strength. I'd focus primarily on your ground game and use it as defense because you don't want to get submitted when it goes to the mat (if you're going that route?). Dont worry bout standup. Whatever happens on the feet will happen but work on ground defense. I would've hoped you didnt sign to an org yet to give yourself time to raise your stats but its alright.

Work on subs/defensive grappling like crazy even thought you'll only use them for defense? (you'll thank me later). Also, if you decide to be a well rounded fighter, you'll have the option of using your submissions offensively. The general goal to aim for when starting out is to create a specialized fighter, with strong defensive skills, then branch off to round out your game that way you can do pretty much everything but specialize in 1 main style.

As far as tactics & sponsors thats a whole different ball game. I'll let the others advise you on what to do there.

Also, don't forget to purchase your supplements (Stamina for Cardio, Muscle Bulk for Strength, Reduce Energy for everything else.)

hope that helps :)

JB
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Posted 31 January 2013 - 11:42 PM

thanks so much bro, although i did mean in terms of how many sessions to train a week
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#4 KellyM5

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 11:48 PM

11 training sessions per week or 12 when your cardio is higher, always on full time training and keep your energy above 90%. Also don't spar back to back, skip a session in between.
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 01:10 AM

11 training sessions per week or 12 when your cardio is higher, always on full time training and keep your energy above 90%. Also don't spar back to back, skip a session in between.


thanks a lot bro, i appreciate the help
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