I never even noticed the cage had its own training logs...so let me start mine. I shall log my training, and maybe even some heads up on the new line of soaps we're developing for combat athletes. I train 3 times a week, and I'm looking to add a day working on the bags, and lifting weights. So yesterday I was really frustrated with my ground game. I've been catching people in triangle chokes and guillotines, but fail to sink them in correctly. I spent so much energy that I gassed out so bad in the middle of rolling. I was spent and I needed to walk out of class for air. I'm getting burned out, and my old bad habits are coming back. My coaches decided to start having me do drills extensively before I roll. I took a 1 hour break, and went ahead to attend muay thai class. My MT trainer had me focus on my kicks, and worked on getting my form perfect. They had noticed during previous sparring sessions that my kicks keep on getting better, and I've been catching a lot of guys with it nicely. That compliment felt really good after my grappling fiasco. We also worked on the clinch, pummelling, and knees. I held up pads for this cute girl, whom had also asked to grab some ice cream with her before class. She held up the kicking shield for me, and I focused on getting my kicking form correct...rather than blasting the girl through the wall. I was made fun of by the guys for not putting any power in my kicks, but fuck that atleast she's liking my company. I had a real good conversation with my trainers after class. I told them my frustrations, and they each gave me some great advice and encouragement to keep going. I would usually leave last to help mop the mats, but unfortunately I had to run out early last night.