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Old 10-21-2008, 01:28 PM   #7
Daniel Labuz
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Originally Posted by George Mounce View Post
I'd say do the Muy Thai first, then get into BJJ if you aren't planning on doing MMA. Or vice versa. While its possible to learn both at the same time, you are short changing yourself IMHO. Learn one well, then learn the other well - you have your whole life to learn both.

As far as meditation goes, I suggest a book called Zen Training by Katsuki Sekida. Took my zazen to a whole new level.
I've been looking at various meditation books, read a few Judo books just to get a feel for the martial art only to find out that there is no where's near me a Judo dojo. Anyways, I'll take a look at that book. Everyone can benefit from proper concentration, focus, and breathing techniques!
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