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How can I convince my mom to let me do MMA?
I've already talked to my dad and he does not mind the idea. He use to be the number 1 ranked amateur cruiserweight boxer in the province of Quebec from 1971-1973 and also has a black belt in judo. He also use to fight in native reserves before the sport of MMA even existed and even got offered to fight for Pancrase in Japan during the ealy 90's but declined cause my mom was pregnant with me. The main problem with all this is I live with my mom and not my dad. She keeps saying that she does not want me to do any combat sports. I'm 16 and I have been playing hockey and baseball my entire life and started working out at the gym a few months ago. I've also played a bit of soccer. But now she is taking me out of them cause I have a bad temper and get into too many fights when i'm playing them. Can anyone help me convince my mom to let me do MMA?
First of all, you aren't going to convince your mom to do anything. She's a mom and i'm sure she's pretty set in her ways. I am 25 and I box and do mma and my mom still gives me constant grief even though she knows she cannot dictate my decisions anymore. My suggestion would be to compromise. Get involved in jiu jitsu. It is a structured art that will teach respect, patience, etc (all the things that mom's love) without actually getting hit in the face (something else your mom will love). If you want to learn to fight, you need to have a good background in jiu jitsu and this will give you two years to really work on it. At the end of the two years, you are 18 and can start working your stand up.

Just be careful with your temper. I know guys in my mma class that target guys who have hot tempers and like to start fights. They will send the bigger guys in to humble them a little bit.

Good Luck!
How do I Convince my Mom to Let me do MMA?
I talked to both my parents, and my dads fine with it. He used to be the best amateur boxer in Quebec from 1971-1973 and had a decent pro carrer with a record of 18-4. He also has a black belt in judo and competed in MMA event on native reserves before the UFC ever existed. He was also offered a contract to fight in Japan in the early 90's but had to decline because my mom was pregnant with me. The only problem is I live with my mom and not my dad. She keeps telling me she dosent want me involved in any combat sports. Im 16 years old, 5'11 and weigh between 150-155 pounds. Ive played hockey, baseball and even some soccer but she took me out of hockey cause I have a bad temper and get into alot of fights. I don't really feel like playing baseball next year either so I wanna start doing MMA

Can anybody help me with this???
alright first sit down with ur mom look her in the eye and have a serious conversation ... if your truly serious about mma you should do alot of research like mma gyms around your area the costs and other stuff like that o and tell her youll keep your grades up and if you don't you will stop doing mma she will probably let u do mma if u show ur adult about it
Am i over weighttttttt look at my picturesss !!!?
ok im 17 yr's old nd i have a thing for my weight my mom says im fat nd soo does my dad im an amateur boxer nd i play soccer do you guys think im fat ? please be honest nd i dont have makeup on soo i look a little ugly srry

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You're NOT fat, but you are gorgeous!!!
How can I convince my parents to let me do MMA?
I've asked my dad and he is fine with it. He use to be a boxer himself and was even considered the number 1 amateur boxer in Quebec from 71-73. He also has a black belt in judo. He also use to fight in native reserves before the sport of MMA existed. The only problem with all this is I live with my mom and not my dad. My mom tells me she does not want me to participate in combat sports. Im around 5'10-5'11 and my weight is around 150-155. Ive played hockey and baseball since I was 5 and even some soccer. Ive also started working out at the gym ever since I turned 16 which was like 4 months ago. Can anyone help me???
Unfortunately, you can't convince anyone of anything they don't want to be convinced of. But that doesn't mean you can't have a good dialogue.

So the first thing you need to do is get yourself ready to have a good talk with your mom. To do that, you're going to need to be absolutely certain why you want to do this, and also put it in words. I like to practice in front of the mirror before I tell my mom I'm about to do something else she doesn't actually approve of.

Then you prepare yourself to listen. For all you know, she might have a really good reason. You don't have to agree with her. Just understand where she might be coming from.

Finally you need to compromise. Perhaps she won't let you do MMA. But maybe she'll let you take a single style like Karate or something. Most MMA fighters started with a traditional style, so it might turn out really good for you.

If you can come to some reasonable agreement invite her to come with you as you search for schools. A lot of people's prejudice against martial arts stems from ignorance.

The most important thing to keep in mind. Training is not worth destroying your relationship with your mom over. Yeah, sometimes you have to do your own thing. But usually it causes some minor tension, instead of completely shattering a relationship.
Should i start boxing or try another sport ?
I just recently turned 16 , 5'7 120 pds (yea i know im really skinny) my dad and my mom are the shortest ones of each of their own family but my rest of the family is like 5'11 specially on my dad's side or 6'0 averag well built and strong . Now i have a kind of decent athletic body of my years of track and basketball and soccer . But the problem i have only been to one fist really violent fight in the 7th grade which i beated this huge strong guy who was a bully who tried to steal my cellphone ( i was in a rough school and place too ) so i responded and got crazy and won but even if i left him his lips bleeding i cant deny that i cried a lil bit aftr the emotional shock that i went through even when i won the fight .Now that i'm 16 i have confidence on myself sumtimes but idk if im too weak to try to box cuz i wanna have amateur matches . should i just move on to another sport ? or should i give it a try .
Definitely give it a try. The great thing about boxing is that you don't need to be big and strong or naturally powerful to do it. In fact, if you stay at around 120, you'll be a featherweight. At 5'7" you'll have a solid height advantage on almost everyone you fight. When you get bigger, you move up in weight. No problem.

One more quick point: boxing is all about keeping your cool and staying IN control. Street fighting won't necessarily help you in the ring. Case in point: I was never in a fight, nor do I ever want to be, but I won a Golden Gloves title in New York. What matters is your discipline, conditioning, and mental concentration. And you gotta be tough. Believe me, if you got those things, you won't be too weak.
What's with all the camera movement in film and tv these days?
I seen this first while watching (for about 10 minutes) NYPD Blue about 10 years ago. I know people are trying to be artistic or whatever but all of that camera movement gives me a headache. My eyes start blurring and I can't concentrate on what's going on with the characters of the show/film. I was just trying to watch Walking Tall: Lone Justice and it was interesting at first until they got to the scene with some lawyers in a conference room talking about god-knows-what. I couldn't make any sense of it because the camera movement was fugging with my head. ZOOOOM IN! ZOOOM OUT! ZOOM IN ZOOM OUT! It's okay for amateur video takers like dads and moms taking video of their guys at a baseball or soccer game, but for Walking Tall: Lone Justice, it totally ruined the movie. The lawyers didn't help either with their horrific display of "acting". I had to turn it off right there. Didn't even want to finish that POS of a movie. I would work for much less than those actors and do a better job!
Oh, wow, I thought I was the only one who had this problem!

I always feel sick if I watch these kinds of movies.
I seriously hate these kinds of shots. Every time there is a movie like this playing on TV I always turn it off, if I happen to watch a movie like this in theaters, I would walk out immediately.

Movie directors thought that these kinds of shots are more realistic because he think that we would think that we are one of the person in the movie.

It's really stupid, they could've just used some other things to relate to the situation rather than making the audience feel sick and throw up.

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