Monday, 17 March 2014

Biginner Keep on Training, you are good

Biginner Keep on Training, you are good , you are not a complete failure

For Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Judo, Sombo, Chinese Kung-Fu catching style,  other grapping
style Martial Art.  Biginner Keep on Training, you are good enough. You are not loser.
These is why:

 It’s very common for new grapplers to become discouraged at about the 2 or 3 month mark.
In the beginning this person sort of expected to get his ass kicked, but now (after a few months
of classes)he is STILL getting his ass kicked. His grappling game largely consists of lying there
pinned while frantically defending submission attempts.

This style of purely defensive and purely reactionary grappling isn’t very satisfying.
This new student is learning all sorts of cool offensive techniques, but never getting to
apply any them himself, so why bother training at all?

What this person has forgotten is that all his training partners have been getting better as well.
Everybody is improving at the same time, so it can take a long time to close a skill gap
between himself and and someone who has been grappling longer.

It is only when newbies show up at the club and the former beginner gets to do some
ass kicking of his own that he realizes how much he’s learned. All of a sudden he
finds out that he HAS been learning stuff all along, and that he isn’t a complete failure
at this grappling stuff after all.

If you are a beginner and find yourself at this two month mark then take heart!
Things will improve.

If you are in a coaching or mentoring position in your club then keep your eyes open
for this phenomenon. In my experience it often occurs after about 2 months of training.
Take that person aside and explain what is happening – it will cheer him up and may
even stop him from dropping out altogether.

So I say it again , For Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Judo, Sombo, Chinese Kung-Fu
catching style,  other grapping style Martial Art, etc...   Biginner Keep on Training,
you are good enough. You are not loser. You are on the way to be a winner.

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Sunday, 2 March 2014

Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu Training with Injuries can lead to Innovation Journey

Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu Training with Injuries can lead to Innovation Journey to simple and effective

So I’m starting to get a bit bruised and battered with all the training I’m doing.  My finger is broken and my ribs on one side are very tender and sore.  The ribs are what really worry me.  It’s my Achilles heel of injuries. Previously I’ve been sidelined for 2 stints of 3 months because of the ribs. Having a separated rib is not a pleasant experience – anyone who has felt the pop and tear will attest to this.  The recovery is very slow and the mobility you have is very limited.  The current injury is in the same area as the previous ones, however for now it’s not as serious.

There are certain injuries that are easy to work around, and others that aren’t.  The broken finger for example was remarkable easy.  I’d just tape the thing up to another finger nice and tight and not use too many grips.  I used it as an opportunity to work on alternate methods for controlling such as underhooks and overhooks.

The ribs, well, they are more insidious.  Everything in BJJ is connected to your core body movement.  The ribs are central in that they are affected by anything your core does like twist, hip escape, turn.   Once injured they become the weak link in the chain for your body.

On the flip side I don’t want to go for weeks without training.  This injury probably will take me about 3 weeks to fully recover and if I’m not careful I could be out for another 3 months.  So, with that in mind I once again will have to modify my training.

I haven’t got any concrete ideas yet on what I should be doing but I’ve got some initial thoughts on it.

    Limit live sparring
    Turn live sparring into a positional drill
    Tell my partners “No Knee Rides”, “Knee-In armbars” or rib pressure.
    Ask to improve my top attack game, to limit the pressure on my ribs.  In the hole training…

I like the last point.  Anything underneath is going to hurt quite a bit and potential lead to a greater injury.  Still I understand that some people don’t like to have it all one way.  Hopefully some people will like the challenge of escaping to a better position and starting again. While I will have the challenge of start in side control and submit or get and control the back for 20 seconds.

I want to have goals that progress my BJJ and give me something to work for each class. The nice thing about being restricted in what I can and can’t do is it gives you an opportunity to innovate and become creative.  You can actually incorporate these restrictions into your goals.  Having restrictions is a good thing for BJJ and life. 

So my opponent can’t knee ride and arm bar.  Okay, so they have to innovate and come up with different attacks and controls.  I can’t be on bottom.  Okay, so I’ll make goals such as taking the back.  I’ll work on submissions and attacks that don’t increase the injury to my ribs.  My finger is broken,  okay so I’ll work on controls that don’t use Gi grips.

So with these restrictions I’m going to look forward to training. As long as I have supportive partners and I obey the restrictions I’ve imposed I’m sure I can still improve my BJJ in a safe manner.

Time to put on the problem solving hat.



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Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 3

The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 3

Violence is the act of intently damaging, destroying or abusing. It is a word that is associated only with
the most barbaric wrongdoers in our cruel and unkind world.
But in the world of mixedmartial arts, violence reigns supreme. It is often a measurement of how
ferocious and prolific a fighter can be.

This is never more true than in the UFC.
As the world's most competitive and exciting MMA outlet, the international dynamo consistently
employs vicious in-cage killers: Naturally cruel wonders who would rather bash brains than pick their
shots.
So, in celebration of professionally sanctioned brutality, here are the 10 most violent fighters in the
UFC today.




8. Matt Brown
When Matt Brown steps inside the Octagon, it looks like he's literally fighting for his life.
Now we don't know what exactly is running through his mind during a fight, but I'd like to think "The
Immortal" is visualizing getting chased by a pack of wild rottweilers.
In any case, Brown competes with a menacing appetite for immediate destruction, and that makes him
one of the most dangerous welterweights in the game today.
He just doesn't seem to care what the outcome of a fight is, as long as he gets to lay his leather fists on
an opponent's cringing chin.



9. Anthony Johnson
Welcome home, Anthony Johnson.
Since his departure from the UFC back in 2012, "Rumble" has been wreaking havoc from New Jersey to
Florida, finishing three of his last four victories by way of knockout.
Now knockouts aren't the only criteria for being violent, but it's a good start. The fact that Johnson
used to fight as a welterweight and is now bullying guys at light heavyweight, speaks wonders as to how
vicious and overpowering he truly is.
The rest of his game may not be world-class, but his ability to swing for the fences and leave with a
grand slam should allow him to shine in his return to the promotion.



10. Abel Trujillo
As one of the hardest hitting lightweights in the UFC today, Abel "Killa" Trujillo knows how to utilize
his strengths.
Blessed with incredible athleticism and an even more impressive chin, Trujillo can exchange with
almost any divisional foe without consequence.
With time to mature, the Blackzilian will find out exactly when to tap in to his inner beast and when to
back off. His recent decapitation of Jamie Varner at UFC 169 was a step in the right direction.
Nobody, and I mean nobody, should want to fight Trujillo right now.


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The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 2

The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 2

Violence is the act of intently damaging, destroying or abusing. It is a word that is associated only with
the most barbaric wrongdoers in our cruel and unkind world.
But in the world of mixedmartial arts, violence reigns supreme. It is often a measurement of how
ferocious and prolific a fighter can be.

This is never more true than in the UFC.
As the world's most competitive and exciting MMA outlet, the international dynamo consistently
employs vicious in-cage killers: Naturally cruel wonders who would rather bash brains than pick their
shots.
So, in celebration of professionally sanctioned brutality, here are the 10 most violent fighters in the
UFC today.




4. Mark Hunt
If my body was trapped underneath a burning semi, Mark Hunt is the one guy in the world I would
want lifting it off me.
Well, maybe Superman, but he's usually too busy to come hang out.
The fact of the matter is that Hunt is one of the strongest fighters of all time, and a guy who is blessed
with a hellacious left hook. Heck, "Super Samoan" detached Stefan Struve's jaw with one explosive
punch.
He has gone toe-to-toe with the very best heavyweights in the game and often lets the fire consume
him even in the eye of defeat. He's a guy nobody should ever want to see, and a world-class fighter that
is nearly impossible to put out.



5. Robbie Lawler
Robbie Lawler is simply a different animal. He's ruthless, get it?
The bottom line with Lawler is you know what you're going to get. As an opposing fighter looking into
his eyes from across the cage, you know the guy is coming full blast. You know he's not going to stop
until you're either unconscious or the world comes to an end.
But even though fighters know that Lawler is going to throw unlawful leather for as long as it takes,
there's no stopping him.
His violence is simply too consistent. Like the sun rising in the east, Lawler is going to try to roll heads
with every punch, kick, knee and takedown he has.




6. Jimi Manuwa
Unknown to most UFC fans, many people would scoff at the idea of Jimi Manuwa landing on this list,
let alone No. 6.
But what those ill-informed individuals need to realize is that Manuwa isn't just winning inside the
Octagon, he is practically picking opponents apart.
In just three appearances in the promotion, "Poster Boy" has injured two light heavyweights and forced
an early doctor's stoppage on another. His body shots have been absolutely savage, and the way he
tucks his head and plows full steam is truly throwback.
People are going to be pleasantly surprised to see how well Manuwa performs opposite Alexander
Gustafsson next month at UFC Fight Night 37.



7. Melvin Guillard
People tend to forget about the talentedMelvin Guillard because he doesn't really string together
prolonged win streaks. But that really isn't fair, is it?
When we're talking about raw, uninterrupted violence, winning shouldn't dictate who gets on this list.
Well, Guillard is the exception we're looking for.
As arguably the biggest and strongest lightweight in the sport today, "The Young Assassin" is able to fall
back on his empowering strength and athleticism in order to manifest dangerous situations for his
opponents.
With 20-career knockouts draped around his waist, Guillard is proof that putting 110 percent into every
punch truly does work, sometimes.


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The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 1

The 10 Most Violent MMA Fighters in the UFC Today _ part 1

Violence is the act of intently damaging, destroying or abusing. It is a word that is associated only with
the most barbaric wrongdoers in our cruel and unkind world.
But in the world of mixedmartial arts, violence reigns supreme. It is often a measurement of how
ferocious and prolific a fighter can be.

This is never more true than in the UFC.
As the world's most competitive and exciting MMA outlet, the international dynamo consistently
employs vicious in-cage killers: Naturally cruel wonders who would rather bash brains than pick their
shots.
So, in celebration of professionally sanctioned brutality, here are the 10 most violent fighters in the
UFC today.




1. Vitor Belfort
Fear is not a factor for Vitor Belfort.
Even at the ripe age of 36, "The Phenom" is still swarming some of the best fighters in the world with
blinding speed and smoldering power.
His knack for finishing guys who usually don't get finished is not only a testament to his evolution as a
fighter in today's new era of MMA, but also to his unsullied grasp for violence.
Like an incendiary bomb let lose in a phone booth, the Brazilian is able to jump all over an opponent
from the first bell to the last.
Not to mention the fact that he has seemingly polished his craft on the heels of memorable head kick
knockouts in 2013.



2. Diego Sanchez
With an eyebrow turned sideways and blood covering his gritted face, Diego Sanchez still pushes
forward.
His true warrior sense and ability to overcome adversity inside the cage is an instant throwback to the
days of Forrest Griffin vs. Stephan Bonnar.
As one of the most vicious Octagon patrolmen today, Sanchez is simply too wild and unpredictable to
deal with. His ferocious offense and caution-to-the-wind defense spells trouble for any lightweight not
ready to bang.
The fact that Sanchez's violent ways usually produce Fight of the Night worthy action is a fan's best
nightmare.





3. Wanderlei Silva
There's no arguing,Wanderlei Silva is one violent character.
You don't carry the nickname "The Axe Murderer" unless you mean business. In fact, Silva looks like
the kind of guy to choke slam a milk carton if the top doesn't open properly.
Even as an aging veteran whose prime is way back in the rear view, the Brazilian's "old man" strength
continues to fuel a barbaric and tumultuous in-cage persona.
The 37-year-old is often at his best when he gets inside, wings his short T-Rex arms and aims to send
his fists through skull. That's violence at its best.
Chael Sonnen might have once again bitten off more than he can chew.



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Monday, 20 January 2014

The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 1

The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 1


40. MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS FEAT. RYAN DALTON, "CAN'T HOLD US"

Less obnoxious than the self-righteous and occasionally grating "Thrift Shop," but no less catchy or exhilerating, the second single off Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' unexpectedly massive The Heist is again given a big assist by a smooth soul hook on the chorus, this time courtesy of former tennis instructor Ray Dalton. Already a top 20 hit, "Can't Hold Us" seems well on its way to being Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' second mega-smash of 2013.


39. HUNTER HAYES, "SOMEBODY'S HEARTBREAK"

Last year's "Wanted" proved that 21-year-old Hunter Hayes - a baby by male country star standards - could do ballads as well as anyone in the pop world, but "Somebody's Heartbreak" proves he can go toe-to-toe with some heavy hitters in the rock world as well, with some impressive guitar noodling that demonstrates that he's more John Mayer than Justin Bieber. When Brad Paisley is inviting you to join him on guitar at the ACM Awards, chances are you're doing something right.


38. ZEDD FEAT. FOXES, "CLARITY"

One of the better diva-led EDM anthems of recent days, "Clarity" proves it's more than just a nice "HEYYYYY-EYYYY" chant with a big build-up-and-drop with its beat-less acoustic version, which is pretty enough to get airplay on its own. They've taken to playing it in promos for the MSG Network, and if it's good enough for the New York Knicks in the midst of their 12-game winning streak, it's certainly good enough for us.


37. ONE DIRECTION, "KISS YOU"

One of our favorite songs from last year's Take Me Home, we were thrilled when One Direction tabbed the effervescent, impossibly likeable "Kiss You" as the album's third single, with an old-school "Trying on Different Costumes and Getups While Horsing Around" video to boot. We still get that same kind of ru-uh-ush every time we listen to it.


36. FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE FEAT. NELLY, "CRUISE (REMIX)"

To be honest, we were never totally sold on the original version of "Cruise," but it turns out that it was always just a Nelly verse away from irresistibility. The St. Lunatic's finest Nashville (or Florida-Georgia, as it were) crossover moment since the historically underrated Tim McGraw collaboration "Over and Over," by the time Nelly starts singing the chorus himself, you've pretty much got no choice but to ride with him. (Eyyyyyyy, must be the country!)


35. KATE NASH, "3 AM"

A combination of two time-honored lyrical traditions - late-night breakup-induced insomnia, and staring at the phone wondering should-I-or-shoudln't-I? - given new energy with the catchy nerviness of the song's frenetic bass-and-drum-led groove, and held together with Nash's deeply felt (and beautifully double-tracked) singing on the chorus. You'll probably be able to relate to some part of it, but if even if you can't, you'll enjoy dancing to it just the same.


34. ASHLEY MONROE, "TWO WEEKS LATE"

A classic country lament about being the other woman from young old soul Ashley Monroe, from her excellent Like a Rose album. Monroe's ballad is obviously meant to be more Tammy than Taylor, but she packs it with enough self-awareness ("So the man is gone / What a damn cliche") and guilty-but-gleeful indiscretion ("I know the Bible says / That you're supposed to wait¡­") to make it something far more fun than just a Grand Ole Opry throwback.


33. PITBULL FEAT. CHRISTINA AGUILERA, "FEEL THIS MOMENT"

An ecstatic club track with Christina Aguilera singing the song's chorus and a hook lifted from a-ha's '80s pop classic "Take On Me"? As always with Pitbull, it's so ridiculous that it just might work, and dammit, "Feel This Moment" does, a worthy successor to Mr. 305¡äs "Give Me Everything" when it comes to party anthems that insist on enjoying right now as much as humanly possible, at all costs.


32. FUTURE FEAT. LIL WAYNE, "KARATE CHOP" (REMIX)

"Slang a bunch of narcotics / Pull up in the new ¡®Rarri." Doesn't sound like the stuff that great pop hooks are made of, but delivered in Future's syncopated and auto-tune-drowned staccato and served over a juggernaut of a Metro Boomin beat, it's inexplicably addictive - even a typically disinterested Lil Wayne verse sounds kind of awesome on it. By the time the last chorus rolls around, you can't help screaming "MICHAEL JACKSON BILLIE JEAN!" and making goofy karate sounds yourself.


31. FALL OUT BOY, "MY SONGS KNOW WHAT YOU DID IN THE DARK"

After a near-half-decade hiatus, Fall Out Boy announced their return - the second-most-unexpected of 2013 thusfar - with the rip-roaring "My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up)." A chest-pounding, stadium ready singalong that proves the group is capable of keeping up with the times without sounding like bandwagon-jumpers, "My Songs" is destined to be the stuff of a thousand movie trailers and other promotional montages by year's end, so enjoy it while you can.


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The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 2

The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 2


30. MIKKY EKKO, "PULL ME DOWN"

Like us, you probably first heard Mikky Ekko as the guest vocalist on Rihanna's hit torch song "Stay," but it was his own "Pull Me Down," to be released on his still-upcoming debut LP, that really convinced us of his considerable singing and songwriting talent. A mid-tempo ballad with an incredibly seductive undercurrent, "Pull Me Down" packs a song's worth of feeling and sensuality in just the first two lines of its chorus: "Pull me down if you want to / And I hope that you want to."


29. EMELI SANDE, "NEXT TO ME"

One of the more welcome surprise hits of early 2013 has been Scottish singer Emeli Sande's lush, soulful ode to her man (or possibly her lord - interpretation differs), "Next to Me." Comparisons to Adele and/or Amy Winehouse will be inevitable for obvious reasons, but Sande seems unique and talented enough to make her own lane in pop music, and no less an authority than Simon Cowell agrees.


28. CAZZETTE, "BEAM ME UP"

Certainly one of the more appropriately titled songs of the year, "Beam Me Up" achieves lift-off like few EDM songs of the year have thusfar, with a slamming beat and a rapturous ocean of static-y synths triggered by the titular undeniable directive. You can bet the producers of Project X were pissed the first time they heard this song that it came out too late for them to use in the movie.


27. DESTINY'S CHILD, "NUCLEAR"

No, it wasn't the big comeback single many were hoping for, and no, they didn't even end up playing it at the Super Bowl. Still, months later, "Nuclear" remains an indelible moment for Destiny's Child (as well as producer Pharrell), an intimate, quite lovely little love song throwback to the days of Shai and PM Dawn, the kind of song you imagine the girls grew up loving. It wouldn't have sounded great performed for 100 million people, but listening on your own (or with a special someone), it sounds just fine to us.


26. DRAKE, "5 AM IN TORONTO"

We like Drake when he's angry, and he sounds as incensed on "5 AM in Toronto" as any song he's been on in ages, going in over a spooky, Kraftwerk-meets-Hit-Boy beat(courtesy of the underrated Boi-1da), not even pausing for a hook or a chorus as he rants "A lot of niggas PR stuntin' like that's the movement / And I'm the only nigga still known for the music." Oh, and "That's why every song sound like Drake featuring Drake" is one of the best (and truest) hip-hop boasts in years.


25. JUSTIN BIEBER, "YELLOW RAINCOAT"

The most moving song Bieber's been involved with in some time, "Yellow Raincoat" (the best new track from Bieber's Believe Acoustic collection) sees the teen megastar attempting to turn a blind eye to all the drama and gossip he's been very publicly involved with over the last year or so, hoping in vain that his slicker can keep him protected from the downpour. As much as you can feel bad for a rich and famous 19-year-old with the world at his feet, you really can't help but feel for The Bieb on this one, as he warbles with audible vulnerability over plaintive dueling acoustics.


24. ACE HOOD FEAT. RICK ROSS & FUTURE, "BUGATTI"

Hook man Future and producer Mike Will Made It have proven the most indefatigable one-two punch of early 2013, nowhere moreso than on "Bugatti," in which Future mysteriously yelps about waking up in the recently acquired titular automobile while Will's zooming synths make that sound like the most dramatic occurrence in hip-hop history. Oh yeah, Ace Hood is on the track somewhere too, but you're not all that likely to notice or care that much.


23. ARIANA GRANDE FEAT. MAC MILLER, "THE WAY"

You could very easily forgive Mariah Carey for hearing Ariana Grande's low, breathy singing on the chorus to her debut single and wonder if she herself had recorded the song and just forgot about it. But fact is that Ariana does mid-'90s Mariah far better than 21st-century Mariah has recently, and her Mac Miller-featuring, Big Pun-interpolating pop/R&B jam is so sweet and so much fun that you can easily forgive her the imitaiton. Hey Mariah, don't hate the player, hate the game.


22. BEYONCE, "BOW DOWN - I BEEN ON"

Few of us saw a multi-part, rampage-aggressive, voice-screwed comeback single coming from Beyonce this year, but the Queen has become predictably unpredictable in recent years, and we wouldn't have it any other way. The list of performers who could demand the royal treatment from all listening, then turn themselves into Spring Breakers James Franco bragging about their "gold ass chain," then end things with H-Town parking-lot recollections of listening to UGK and appearing in Willie D videos - all in under four minutes - and not only get away with it, but sound awesome doing it¡­well, it's not a long one, anyway.


21. HAIM, "FALLING"

The four-member California outfit - three sisters, one not - has become a deserved underground sensation for their bubbly, sunny sort of dreamy pop-funk, as influenced by the Pretenders as by Fleetwood Mac. "Falling" is probably the best of their handful of singles released to date, a shout-along chorus with a whirring guitar part and a twinkling xylophone hook that combine to make it sound like the greatest lost pop hit of 1986.


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The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 3

The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 3


20. IMAGINE DRAGONS, "RADIOACTIVE"

Finding the halfway point between Linkin Park's "Burning It Down" and Alex Clare's "Too Close," Imagine Dragons' attention-demanding, stadium-ready second single upped the ante from breakthrough single "It's Time" and announced that the group was officially ready to become the fun. of crossover rock/pop for 2013. With a massive chorus and screamingly cinematic production, expect to hear this song in bars and in movie previews for the rest of the decade.


19. TYLER, THE CREATOR, "ANSWER"

It's weird to think of a natural rabble-rouser Tyler, the Creator releasing anything like a "mature second album," but his Wolf album is actually pretty close to that - nowhere moreso than on "Answer," a nakedly emotional retelling of his complicated relationship with his father, also touching on the passing of his grandmother and (if you believe his spoken-word outro) a soured relationship with his girlfriend. Built around a surprisingly stately slow-picked guitar riff and shuffling drums, the song never gets overwrought, and shows how much more there is to Tyler as a songwriter than Bruno Mars death threats and "Bitch Suck Dick."


18. PARAMORE, "NOW"

Paramore's new self-titled album, released today, shows that the group is capable of both sharp pop songcraft and epic rock scope, in ways we never would have expected. Before that, though, the band got back to basics with the absolutely blistering lead single "Now," its searing guitar, crashing drums and anthemic shout-along vocals showing that after a three-year absence which saw the group shed nearly half its lineup, Paramore has only gotten tighter and stronger in the interim.


17. CHVRCHES, "RECOVER"

Synth-pop trio Chvrches built buzz in 2012 with their singles "Lies" and "The Mother We Share," but they should officially bubble over with the release this year of their excellent Recover EP. The title track, a typically sparkling and lurching jam, also features the group's best-yet lyric, about a pivotal moment in a relationship, with a devastating two-part chorus keyed around the instantly unforgettable titular question: "And if I recover / Will you be my comfort?"


16. BRUNO MARS, "WHEN I WAS YOUR MAN"

Perhaps the biggest credit to Bruno Mars and his dominance over pop radio in this decade is that when he follows up a funky, Police-aping rave-up like "Locked Out of Heaven" with a stark, piano-only torch song, neither sounds all that out of place, even though nothing else in the Top 40 sounds remotely like either. That's largely because as undeniable as "Heaven" was a party starter, so is "Your Man" as a heartbreak ballad, sounding relatable and timeless and immaculate and containing at least one note - you know the one - of absolute pop transcendence.


15. J. COLE FEAT. MIGUEL, "POWER TRIP"

A much less broad heartbreak ballad than "When I Was Your Man," but one arguably more affecting in its bleary-eyed, late-night confessional vibe. The song's hook is jarringly raw and strained for a lead single, Cole bleating "She got me up all night / Constant drinking and love songs" as if it was both written and recorded at the end of one of those insomniac benders. J.'s rapping about his unrequited "longest crush ever" is affecting enough, but it's the chorus - contrasted with the always-smooth Miguel's "Would you believe me if I said I'm in love?" crooning - that keeps you coming back to it.


14. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, "SUIT & TIE"

It didn't carry with it the shock of the new that Justin's first two lead singles did, and it doesn't care nearly as much about pushing the envelope as it does pushing you out on the dance floor. If you can get over that, you can still feel free to enjoy one of the catchiest songs JT has ever put out, and a jam that kind of makes you want to get married just to have an excuse to shimmy to it in the titular garments (and preferably while also in the swing of love). Even Jay-Z's much-maligned guest verse is growing on us a little. "They ain't lose a daughter, got a son / I show you how to do this, huh!"


13. ANNA KENDRICK, "CUPS"

Hard to imagine how an 87-second a capella cover of a YouTube sensation by a non-professional singer based on an overnight camp cafeteria trick could possibly comprise one of the most likeable pop songs of the year, but those are indeed the circumstances with Anna Kendrick's "Cups," taken from her audition scene in Pitch Perfect. Cute, catchy and inexplicably compelling, "Cups" may not end up as the launching pad for a long and fruitful career for Anna Kendrick in pop music, but it will be a brilliant inclusion on any future mix attempting to feed '10s nostalgia.


12. PHOENIX, "ENTERTAINMENT"

There have been few safer bets in alternative pop/rock over the last decade than the lead single from a Phoenix album, and "Entertainment" is no exception, riding in on a roaring guitar riff and an obviously Eastern-influenced synth riff and eventually exploding into one of the band's typically enigmatic choruses ("Entertainment / Show them what you do to me"). It was mixed on the same console that MJ used for Thriller, and while it may not exactly be the equal of "Beat It" or "PYT," it does provie one of the biggest and best pop head rushes of early 2013.


11. NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK, "REMIX (I LIKE THE)"

At the height of the recent wave of boy bands, here come the not-so-New Kids to show the young'ns how it's done. Except "Remix" isn't like NKOTB, or any other boy band, has ever done it - a muscular, soulful workout that's far more Bruno Mars than One Direction, with one of the year's most clever pop lyrics and a video that might cause inappropriate dancing outbreaks nationwide. If this is New Kids on the Block 2.0 - maybe more like 4 or 5.0  - then we gotta say that we like the remix pretty OK ourselves.


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The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 4

The Best Songs Of 2013 -part 4


10. GIRLS' GENERATION, "I GOT A BOY"

You can hear the cranks of the factory machinations when listening to a lot of K-pop, but that's certainly not the case with Girls' Generation's hyperactive, multi-part pop opus, "I Got a Boy." Probably the only K-pop song ever to be compared to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" (with any fairness, anyway), the alternately coy, strutting and gleeful "I Got a Boy" is guaranteed to leave you dizzy with its rush of disparate but cleverly connected pop thrills, but you'll want to keep listening to it until you can wrap your head around it. Good luck with that, by the way.


9. KENDRICK LAMAR FEAT. JAY-Z, "BITCH DON'T KILL MY VIBE"

Kendrick's blissed-out, laid-back "Vibe" was a gem from the first time we heard it on good kid, m.A.A.d city, but the song's official remix takes the song even further into the clouds, with guest rapper Jay-Z a far more logical older-generation complement to Kendrick than real-life mentor Dr. Dre ever was. Jay sounds as relaxed as he ever has since his Blueprint days trading verses with Kendrick, dropping couplets like "No, I don't ¡®member you, I don't intend to empty my memory bank / It's a million dollars in it, baby, Hilary Swank," while Kendrick raises his own game to keep up with the legend, invoking everything from Trinidad James to Black Swan to show how sweet it is to be K dot right now. Delivered over that easy-like-sunday-morning beat, we don't need all that much convincing.


8. LITTLE MIX, "WINGS"

It's finally starting to bubble under in the U.S. mainstream, but we wish it would just go ahead and burst already. "Wings" has grown on us as one of the most undeniable pop singles of the decade, slapping you in the face with its booming horn intro, stomping beat and allk singalong chorus¨Cif you turn away for even a second while the video's on, you feel like the Little Mix ladies might jump off the screen and jerk your head back around. Not only do they have songs worthy of the Spice Girls, they have the swagger as well, and if they can't help bring back the girl group to Top 40 prominence, it's hard to imagine who will.


7. A$AP ROCKY FEAT. DRAKE, KENDRICK LAMAR & 2 CHAINZ, "FUCKIN' PROBLEMS"

The song that gave A$AP Rocky his long-overdue mainstream breakthrough, "Fuckin' Problems" is the kind of pop-leaning radio smash (but no so pop-leaning as to result in Flo Rida) that hip-hop has been so badly missing in recent years, with just a catchy chorus, a memorable beat, and generally positive vibes from all involved. (When your "Fuckin' Problem" is your all-consuming love of bad bitches, it's really not that much of a mood-killer.) Not to mention that if you needed one time-capsule song to represent what mainstream rap was like in 2013, you could do a lot worse than a jam in which Rocky, Drake and Kendrick Lamar do some friendly sparring for Hottest Rapper in the Game honors with their respective verses, while 2 Chainz comes off the bench to sing-rap the hook. Throw in a "Mike Will Made It!" vocal ID and you've pretty much got the best of it right there.


6. KACEY MUSGRAVES, "MERRY GO ¡®ROUND"

As Kacey Musgraves' debut single, defeated small-town tale "Merry Go ¡®Round" announced the introduction of a fresh new voice to country music, one which didn't celebrate unreservedly all that the culture had to offer, and had the guts to call out some of the hypocrisies and prejudices that can make the genre's oft-celebrated small-town life so stifling. But Musgraves' anti-establishment tendencies wouldn't resonate nearly so much in "Merry Go ¡®Round" if they weren't delivered with such detail and sensitivity by the singer/songwriter Kacey, who sings like somebody who's really been there¨Cpossibly still is¨Cand has no idea how to break the cycle. To call it "refreshing" would be an understatement, to call it "promising" would be an even bigger one.


5. PINK FEAT. NATE RUESS, "JUST GIVE ME A REASON"

A gorgeous ballad courtesy of two of popular music's best current vocalists, we're kind of mad with ourselves that we didn't see "Just Give Me a Reason" coming as the third single off Pink's excellent The Truth About Love, and probably her biggest hit off the album yet. The chemistry between the two singers is excellent, their voices seemingly pushing each other to greater heights as the song progresses, and though the Jeff Bhasker-produced track has more in common with "We Are Young" than "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," the subject matter¨Ca couple basically begging each other to provide an excuse for them to stay together¨Cis as Pink as it comes. The result is an instantly classing-sounding duet that marks a worthy addition to both artists' increasingly impressive back catalogues.


4. DRAKE, "STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM"

Like Take Care advance single "Headlines," "Started From the Bottom" wasn't an immediate grabber¨Cthere's no big hook to speak of, the chorus is a little one-note and repetitive, and the song's short run time came and went without making a huge impression. But as was also the case with "Headlines," "Bottom" was a creeper, burrowing its way under your skin with its swirling, piano-led beat and snare-heavy shuffle, and its mantra-like hook, which quickly turned into a classic hip-hop catchphrase with its matter-of-fact simplicity. It's more intriguing than it is catchy, but it's also more intriguing than anything else on the radio, and most of all, it does what all lead singles should do¨Cleaves you chomping at the bit to hear the new album.


3. DEMI LOVATO, "HEART ATTACK"

You feel short of breath just listening to "Heart Attack," so committed is Demi's vocal to expressing just how nutty this romance is making her that she seems to completely forget about respiration. "Attack" is as addictive as last year's "Give Your Heart a Break," but goes in the complete other direction lyrically, her hyperactive wail sounding even more suited for bemoaning just how much she REALLY DOESN'T WANT TO FALL IN LOVE DAMMIT NO than how much she wants a guy to let her try a little tenderness, especially as the drum machine goes nuts and the violins scrape faster, faster underneath her. Few songs about stubbornly not falling in love will ever be this much fun.


2. TEGAN AND SARA, "CLOSER"

OK, this song had already been out a little while, but we didn't totally fall for it until it started getting a little further exposure with increased play on VH1 and in commercials, and especially once its parent album Heartthrob came out, still our favorite pure pop record of the year to date. Always a duo with razor-sharp pop instincts, even when they were more of an indie proposition, Tegan & Sara go for the jugular on "Closer," as shimmering, hooky and undeniable a pop song as you're likely to hear in 2013 from the first "All I want to get is¡­a little bit clo-seee-errrr." By the time the night sky changes over and the the chorus kicks in full throttle ("IT'S! NOT! JUST ALL PHYSICAL!"), you wonder why it took nearly a decade from them to get from "Walking With the Ghost" to this, and you're willing to slug anyone who even thinks of calling them sell-outs.


1. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, "MIRRORS"

Regardless of your thoughts about "Suit & Tie," about The 20/20 Experience, about the whole JT Mach III story that dominated pop music in the first three months of 2013, you had to give it up for one thing: You'd never heard anything like "Mirrors" before. An eight-minute, metaphor-heavy ode to a soulmate with a crowd-pleasing (and crowd-participation-demanding) chorus, a beatbox-and-string-heavy beat led by an echoing guitar riff, and a three-minute outro that sounds like the original song melting into a puddle of love¨Cwe'd come a long way since "Senorita," certainly. It's totally bizarre, and it totally works¨Cmoving, captivating, stirring in the way that precious few pop songs a year truly are. It's the kind of song where it frustrates you how many words there are to remember in the chorus, because you want to be able to sing along to it as soon as possible. If this was all you had left us with from your second comeback, Justin, it would have been enough.


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Monday, 23 December 2013

How to Become a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter

How to Become a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter

  Becoming a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter is the goal of many martial artists and combat sport enthusiasts. In order to do this, a prospective fighter only needs to do one thing: impress someone high up in a professional MMA organization who can sign the fighter up for a paid fight. A few professional fighters have been able to do this without winning a single MMA fight; most, however, have needed to work for years to get noticed.


The following are some tips and strategies for becoming a professional MMA fighter. Not every fighter will need to complete every stage listed, nor will they do it in the order given. As well, additional steps not listed will need to be taken by each individual when unforeseen and unique circumstances arise.


There are three basic combat (martial) areas that an MMA fighter needs to be skilled in to succeed: striking, grappling, and avoidance. Striking represents punches and kicks; grappling covers holds, submissions, and takedowns; and avoidance concerns blocking, dodging, deflecting, and moving away from an opponent’s attacks. These skill areas are used in the three stages of a mixed martial arts fight in order to win. These stages are called the standup, clinch, and ground stages (games). The first step in becoming a professional is for potential MMA fighters to develop their martial skills sufficiently so that they can successfully compete.



There are a couple of different ways for a fighter to develop their martial skills to the necessary level. Previous training in some traditional sports such as wrestling and boxing can provide a solid martial base, but should be augmented with additional training in order to be successful. A wrestler, for instance, might consider training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in order to learn submissions that can end a fight, and might also train in boxing to learn how to avoid significant damage during the standup game.



Those with no previous martial experience should initially choose to learn a martial art that has significant body contact and translates well into MMA such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, or boxing. An appropriate gym or school should be joined, and a single martial art trained in for between four and six months before an additional art is started. Cardio building and some level of weight training should also be done after a fighter’s body gets used to the martial arts training.



Most aspiring fighters join a fight team once they have decent martial skills. Fight teams are groups that train under a single coach or a small group of leaders. A worthwhile fight team has connections to MMA promotions, fighters currently competing, provides MMA training, and can give specific advice on how to succeed. A fighter has to be invited to join a fight team. Interested fighters usually have to join the gym where the fight team trains, pay dues, let the leaders of the team know that they are interested in joining, and display a significant level of martial skill before they are invited to fully join.



Doing well in sports similar to MMA can also get a fighter started. Winning well-known competitions such as the ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championships or an NCAA wrestling championship has gotten more than one fighter a professional MMA opportunity. As well, awards and ranks given by noted masters such as a Gracie black belt have created many openings for prospective fighters.



The first big step in becoming a professional MMA fighter usually occurs when a fighter gets their first amateur MMA fight. There are a couple of different ways to get such a fight. First, a well-known fight team can contact a promoter and get a fighter added to an amateur card. If the fighter doesn’t have a team, the prospective fighter can usually contact the promoter of a small fight league or circuit on their own and request a tryout, with a positive showing earning the prospect a fight. Some small fight leagues or circuits have open tryouts for amateur fighters, and announce these on their webpages and to local gyms.



However the first fight is attained, winning or having an impressive showing usually leads to additional fights. A smart amateur will look to fight new opponents that they can both show off their skills against and that would result in increased reputation if they would win. Fighting in different venues and cities is also a good idea, as it can increase a potential fighter’s fan base and makes it more likely that they will get noticed.



Finally, a prospective MMA fighter will need to make sure that they self-promote. Webpages, talking to fans, and putting fight videos on the internet can all help. Visiting the webpages of professional fight promotions and finding out how to submit bios is also a great idea.




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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Agent or No Agent ! Talk between Figter's Agent and Future Figter

To be or not to be!
Agent or No  Agent ?
Talk between Figter's Agent and Future Figter

Which is good ? What will it be? What are the risk ?




NFL players make a minimum base wage of $600,000 or so.  NFL players are also covered by union/labor laws.  Given the amount of money at stake and the complicated laws involved, it behooves NFL players to pay a large amount of money to retain a "certified" agent.

However, most fighters make poop and can't afford to pay "certified" agents.  They are happy to just have a trusted person get them fights and maybe a sponsorship from Condom Depot.  Plus, MMA contracts aren't complicated.  Fight, get paid.  Requiring agents to be certified would just increase costs and drain fighters' paltry purses.



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Mike Hauben Anon
This is not true. "MMA contracts" aren't complicated? True, the actual contract to compete may be pretty straightforward, but what about that sponsorship contract? What happens when the fighter - who may not have much business/contractual experience - gets completely screwed out of his rights or money because he didnt understand the fine print? Trust me. The amount of people becoming "MMA agents" without any experience whatsoever is staggering. True, the fighter may only make peanuts, but think of how much less he will make if he doesn't understand contractual terms and ends up losing it all.

Right now, a lot of agents can come to Fight Summit each year and learn a ton - from contract negotiation, to law, to revenue, etc. But I still urge all managers to intern or something with a reputable manager to get a feel for it.



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Motmaitre Mike Hauben
"What happens when the fighter - who may not have much business/contractual experience - gets completely screwed out of his rights or money because he didnt understand the fine print? "
Let me paraphrae that for you: What happens when the fighter- who may not have much business/contractual experience- gets completely screwed by his manager, because he didn;t understand the fine print? Managers are pareasites who take a cut of all earnings, structure contracts so that the fighter bears all the downside comemrcial risk (whil ensuring the manager benefits from any upside earnings).

Who really pays for everybody's plane tickets, the limousines, the hotel bills, the champagne- everything. That's right- the fighter. And the poor fool rarely even knows it. What happens when someone comes and proposes that the fighter invest in a new restaurant or gym or real estate project? You know- the ones that always go bust in 3 years? The manager has no incentive to say no, because he isn't bearing the risk but will take a cut of all funds invested. So he gives the green light...

The truth is, Managers have no incentive to ensure that fighters retire rich and healthy. They have an incentive to see that the fighter earns and spends as much money as possible because they take a cut when money comes in and when it goes out. And of course, they want fighters to fight as long as possible, no matter the health impact. The reason Muhammad Ali stayed in the ring too long is that everytime he stepped in the ring, a few million dollars rained down from heaven on everyone around him. So they kept pushing him to do 'one more fight'.

Managers are dangerous for your well-being avoid them like the plague.





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mike tps Anon
agreed...it is up to the fighter...the manager should not have to jump thru hoops to get "qualified" let the fighter decide...this is NOT football...not even remotely close...most fighters make less than 2000 a fight...95% probably!

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TooMuch
Sounds like an insider trying to keep others on the outside to me.

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Willsletters
Received an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university and a post-graduate degree (Masters or Law) from an accredited college or university;
Filed a verified application for certification as a Contract Advisor with the NFL Players Association within the specified dates;
Paid the non-refundable $2,500 application fee;
Attended a two-day seminar;
all of these but one are just designed to add beurocracy to keep others out of the field so there is less competition.  Like most fields in america the hoops are added to keep the have nots out.   What a joke



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Motmaitre
Agents and managers are really useful. They help fighters go broke faster. Just look at the typical champion boxer- makes millions in the ring from his blood, sweat and tears, and ten years after retirement is broke and brain-damaged.

Why? Managers, agents, financial advisers and all the other professional leeches who take a cut of all his earnings, and control his assets while the poor meathead 'focuses on what's important'- getting beaten up while the cowards in their suits rob him blind.

My advice to any fighter? Don't get a manager. Don't get an agent. Nobody trains 24 hours a day. Take time to educate yourself on basic matters in your contracts. Talk directly to sponsors, don't give anybody authority over your money, or sign away any rights. If there's a contract you don't understand, hire a lawyer for $2k to translate it into plain English.

Take my advice or end up broke and brain-damaged while all the Don King wannabes build mansions with your hard-earned money. Your choice.



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Mo Motmaitre
you're over-simplifying things...u neglect to mention how that brain damage CAUSES reckless behavior with money (giving money to your cousin's cousin just cuz he's your cousin's cousin, etc.), and u also neglect to mention the amount of work involved in soliciting sponsors, filling out paperwork, etc. (just like the article mentioned). those boxers are broke cuz they were driving $300,000 sports cars when they could have been driving a $30,000 reliable ford or something and invested the remaining $270,000. u also neglect to mention that IF that boxer HAD invested that $270,000 (which is just an arbitrary number), investing money is no easy task. it's time consuming and requires some knowledge and experience.

i think your advice is good for someone who is very exceptional and can juggle training full time with the entire business side of things. however, most are not exceptional, and thus, need good agents/managers (not the blood-sucking type).

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Micmart3000
This article is ridiculous. Written by an insider trying to keep others from entering the business. So if i get an undergraduate degree in interior design and attend a few seminars (& of course pay the hefty fee) then I am qualifed to represent fighters>? what a joke. In fact None of the qualifications mentioned do anything to make a person a good agent or not...only increase the red tape and income for the fighting organizations...not the fighters. Let anyone enter the market and try and become an agent.... the good ones will flourish and the bad ones will not, that is how an open market is supposed to work. And the analogy about checking the background of your real estate agent is even more ridiculous that this article is.



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Alca06062
As much as I don't wanna see any fighter get screwed by an agent lets be honest, MMA still doesn't have properly qualified refs or judges still and finding someone you trust with your day to day affairs is something that a fighter has "some" control over. While a crummy ref or a judge that can't count or that doesn't have a clue about MMA is a much bigger problem that a fighter can't control at all. So let's work on getting more qualified refs and judges befor we talk about a masters for a guy who books the plane tickets....



AvatarMike Hauben Alca06062
For sure, I don't care about the guys who just book plane tickets either. But for managers who actually do things that the fighters can't do themselves... they should be knowledgeable.


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Guide To Becoming A UFC Fighter


Guide To Becoming A UFC Fighter
How To Train Like A UFC Fighter

Choose the right disciplines
You're going to favour either striking or grappling: Everybody does and everybody has a favourite discipline, so obviously whichever one you prefer, you have to go for that one. Choose whatever you're most comfortable with and enjoy the most because that's what you're going to be spending the majority of your time doing. If you're a grappler you're going to prefer to come up against another grappler as opposed to a striker, but it really depends on what your discipline is.



Tip: You can go to a lot of MMA classes now where they do a combination of everything. That can give you a good taste of the whole sport, and from there you can start specialising in, say, kickboxing or jujitsu, or whatever.




Find the right gym
First, look at the places around your area and find one that's close to you. You can't be travelling too far for each training session , it just makes things a lot more difficult for you to be consistent. Secondly, you have to research the coaches; find out who they are and what experience they have. There are UK forums that you can go on and speak to people on there about different coaches and to get recommendations on the gyms.

Tip: See what fighter the gyms you're looking at are putting out, because if it's a solid gym, they're going to have decent fighters out there.



Find the right weight
When you're first starting out, you'll be doing amateur tournaments, and that basically determines what category you fall into depending on your natural body weight. As the training goes on, your body will gradually gain muscle wherever it needs it and lose body fat as well. Eventually, everything comes quite naturally with your weight; you just have to try not to force yourself too much. Some people struggle with weight, others don't.



Tip: You don't want to spend too much time bulking up, because then you'll be carrying weight that's not natural to you. Just make sure your weight is comfortable. It's all down to a combination of gym work and diet.



Mental preparation
I actually lost my first fight because I was so eager to get in there and get the fight started, that I didn't pace myself at all and I ran out of gas halfway through the second round. You need pushing in the gym so that you can experience all those uncomfortable situations before you actually get into the fight. The mental conditioning comes down to tolerating the pain and the uncomfortable aching and bruising that you get from training, and from pushing on through it and getting back into the gym.



Tip: Make sure you're doing conditioning work and make sure you're fit enough, because no matter how good your technique is, the minute you run out of gas, that's pretty much when the fight is over. Stay calm and pace yourself.



Stay committed
I do between four and six hours a day of training, as well as all the dieting and travelling to and from training. I also have different recovery sessions with massages and chiropractors and then there's all the media commitments too.




At a lower level you can just concentrate on training, eating clean and taking fights. I was working up until seven or eight fights ago, so it is possible, you just have to manage your time well and make sure you get all of your training done on time.




Tip: Work hard, but make sure you have all your protective equipment; you don't want to be picking up injuries that are going to hinder you in a fight. If you are injured or sick, take a bit of time off , you're only going to make it worse by training too soon.



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Soaps, shampoos, and skin creams are causing DAMAGE to our bodies

 Soaps, shampoos, and skin creams are causing DAMAGE to our bodies

It's all over the news -- our soaps, shampoos, and skin
creams are causing DAMAGE to our bodies.  They are
altering our hormones, ultimately affecting fat loss, muscle
building, and our level of happiness.  Use caution:

This soap and shampoo CAUSES weight gain and wrinkles (3 things)

Sometimes it's the stuff you can't even see or feel that is
doing the most harm.  Take a few minutes and learn about
this so you can better control your home environment!

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What is MMA ?

What is MMA ?
MMA = Mixed Martial Arts
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There once was a time when boxing ruled the sports landscape The heavyweight champion was the most feared and famous athlete on the planet

There once was a time when boxing ruled the sports landscape. The heavyweight champion was the most feared and famous athlete on the planet. Boxers like Joe Louis, Muhammad Ali, George Foreman and Mike Tyson were household names throughout the world.

However, over the last decade, a sport with history and honor has lost its popularity to upstart sports like mixed martial arts (MMA). The decline of elite fighters in the heavyweight division and the lack of knockouts have led many young men to look for action and excitement in sports like MMA.



Because of the decline of boxing, mixed martial arts has taken over and has become the sport of choice for the age 18-34 demographic and put the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on course to join the ranks of elite sports leagues like the National Basketball Association and the National Football League.

As a longtime fan of MMA, I am always interested in how the sport has evolved outside of the cage. Now with the sport hitting the mainstream market with a prime demographic of 13-35 year olds, you see MMA's influence here.



What is MMA ?
MMA = Mixed Martial Arts
Original Name:  Pankration, Mixed Martial Arts,
Vale tudo, No holds Barred.


Founded By:
Ancient Greeks & Carlos Gracie.
UFC founded by Art Davie, Rorian Gracie and
 Robert Meyrowitz, at 1993


Mixed martial arts (MMA or also known as Ultimate Fighting) is a full contact combat sport that takes a combination of martial arts styles from around the world, and mixes them into one well-rounded fight. The style allows a wide range of fighting techniques, from both traditional and non-traditional Martial Arts. Modern MMA relies on standup fighting techniques taken from boxing and Muay Thai kickboxing, and ground techniques based on Jiu Jitsu and Greco-Roman wrestling. The rules allow the use of striking and grappling techniques, both while standing and on the ground.
More information about style:




The style of Mixed Martial Arts is one of the fastest growing sports in the world today and many believe that it is the most effective system of hand-to-hand combat ever developed, this is because it draws upon such a huge range of Martial Arts styles, attempting to combine them to perform the ultimate Martial Arts style.

Mixed Martial Arts leagues such as America's UFC and Japan's Pride FC feature some of the most exciting fighters in the world, there are new leagues and fighting tournaments being created around the world fuelling the rapid development of this sport.



Based entirely on proven effective street self-defense techniques, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu is the purest and most reliable form of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Used by members of the Gracie Family in real combat for over 80 years, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu has been tested and proven effective against virtually all other forms of martial arts in real street-fights.

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Thursday, 7 November 2013

C# chapter 5 : C# or C sharp For Beginer, Working with Text

C# chapter 5 :


For any one that have not read chapter 1 , 2  , 3 & 4 ,
Please refer C#  chapter 1 , 2  , 3 & 4   if have any question.

OK!  Let continue !

Working with Text



Find & Deleting part of the line




Must  Remember  This
Line count start from 0, so if Line is:  ABCD
A=0 , B=1 , C=2 , D=3
Line count start from 0


//
is use for reminder note only , any things after //  in the same line will not have any effect !
example 1 :
string STR_A;    // declared  that STR_A will be String

example 2 :
int INT_A;    // declared  that INT_A will be integer (number)

example 3 :
string STR_A, STR_B, STR_C;       // declared  that STR_A will be String
                                                       // declared  that STR_B will be String
                                                      // declared  that STR_C will be String 


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Find & Deleting part of the line

C#   code:

        private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string STR_A, STR_B, STR_C;
            int INT_A;
            STR_A = "abcdefgh";
            textBox1.Text = STR_A;
            INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cde");                    // find  cde
            STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A, 3);
            textBox1.Text = textBox1.Text + "\r\n" + "\r\n" + STR_B;

        }


THEN  Select  Debug -> Start without Debugging
~  ~ Wait for a while  ~ ~ ~
The program Form screen will come out.
Let  click on button1
      abcdefgh
      abfgh
will show up  inside the Textbox.

Explanation :
IndexOf("???")
??? = the string of character you want to find, can be single character like "A"  or
          many character like " ABCD "

IndexOf("???")  will give an answer in integer, this is the starting position in the line for the
string of character you want to find

so to find "cde"  in  "abcdefgh"   the answer is 2 for c . c is the 1st in "cde"
STR_A = "abcdefgh";
INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cde"); 

so  INT_A  will be 2.


STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A, 3);
Remove(x, y)
x =  start from ?
y =  How many character to be delete
for the program above
So this will be start at 3rd position in the line , delete 3 character
" c "  is the one at the 3rd position in line , delete 3 character , so  "cde"   had been deleted.
abcdefgh      become      abfgh

Must Remember This :   Line count start from 0, so if Line is:  ABCD
   A=0 , B=1 , C=2 , D=3 



Example 2  ,   C#   code:

        private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string STR_A, STR_B;
            int INT_A;
            STR_A = "abcdefgh";
            textBox1.Text = STR_A;
            INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cdef");                    // find  cdef
            STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A + 1, 2);
            textBox1.Text = textBox1.Text + "\r\n" + "\r\n" + STR_B;
        }

THEN  Select  Debug -> Start without Debugging
~  ~ Wait for a while  ~ ~ ~
The program Form screen will come out.
Let  click on button1
      abcdefgh
      abcfgh
will show up  inside the Textbox.

Explanation :
IndexOf("???")
??? = the string of character you want to find, can be single character like "A"  or
          many character like " ABCD "

IndexOf("???")  will give an answer in integer, this is the starting position in the line for the
string of character you want to find

so to find "cdef"  in  "abcdefgh"   the answer is 2 for c . c is the 1st in "cdef"
STR_A = "abcdefgh";
INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cdef"); 

so  INT_A  will be 2.




STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A + 1, 2);
Remove(x, y)
x =  start from ?
y =  How many character to be delete
for the program above
So this will be start at  INT_A + 1   position in the line
 INT_A is 2 , so  INT_A + 1   = 2+1  the answer is 3
Line count start from 0
So this will be start at  4th position in the line , delete 2 character
" d "  is the one at the 4th position in line , delete 2 character , so  "de"   had been deleted.
abcdefgh      become      abcfgh

Must Remember This :   Line count start from 0, so if Line is:  ABCD
   A=0 , B=1 , C=2 , D=3 





            STR_A = "abcdefgh";

            INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cdef");                    // find  cdef
            STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A + 1, 2);

 abcdefgh      become      abcfgh

From this you can see that ,
you search for "cdef" but you only delete part of it "de"

Remove(INT_A + 3, 2)
Remove(INT_A - 1, 5)
You can change the plus (+)  to minus(-) , use it to delete part of line you don't want.

            STR_A = "abcdefgh";
            INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cdef");                    // find  cdef
            STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A + 3, 2);
abcdefgh      become        abcdeh

            STR_A = "abcdefgh";
            INT_A = STR_A.IndexOf("cdef");                    // find  cdef
            STR_B = STR_A.Remove(INT_A - 1, 5) ;
abcdefgh      become        agh


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