MMA Should I go to the Minotauro Seminar on Sunday?

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  1. GochuBoy

    GochuBoy OT Supporter

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    http://www.minotauroseminar.com/

    $50 deposit + $75 to register

    I'm a fan of mma. Would like to practice one day, but never done any kind of mma training before. I want to go more or less to see Anderson Silva and Big Noguera. Just don't know if paying $75 is worth it.

    And the Seminar is no more than 10 min away from my house.

    I wonder if I can go there and just sit in. :x:
     
  2. Khaaz

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    oh SHIT YES

    ANDERSON SILVA and MINOTAURO NOGUEIRA?? omg yes, one of the greatest strikers and one of the greatest ground fighters in the world giving a seminar for 75 dollars and its 10 minutes away?? I'd definitely go if I were you.
     
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    since you don't train i'd pass

    if you train hell yes
     
  4. Artyboy

    Artyboy Necessity is the excuse for every infringement of

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    I would definately go and I don't train. You've got to be able to pick up something from it.
     
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    If you don't train, I don't think you'd pick up anything useful from it
    $125 fanboy tax
     
  6. checkii

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    Bingo. Those seminars are funny cause 50% of the peoplehave no idea what they are doing and its obvious that everything is going over their head.

    These seminars arent meant to teach you the basics, they are meant to give you a good insight into taking your next level. So if you have a solid foundation in MT and BJJ but are not at a competitive level, this will teach you a lot of transitions, techniques, combonations, and skills that will help you in your trianing and possibly competition.

    If you dont have a solid base you are just going to waste your time and money as well as the people who are there to learn. No one wants to pay all that money and then get paired up with someone who has no idea what they are doing.


    I just really hope someone video tapes it and hosts it. I would kill to learn some of Silva's techniques.
     

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