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Have you ever broken any bones?
#1
I usually have a rigid schedule of training (although my focus isn't on the championships... it's more a matter of maintaining health on rails), but I've never gone so far as to break any one of my bones (whether in training or championship fights).

I think this is a limit that I'll never exceed in my life (mainly because I love my bones).
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#2
Every fighter would have to be extra careful not to break his bones during a fight. So it is no wonder that you should be doing that too by trying your best to defend yourself from breaking your bones while training and more so during the fight.

You are undergoing a training to make yourself alert, active and could endure to any tough fights and protecting your bones for that matter is the utmost concern of yours.
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#3
Each training session is associated with a rusk of breaking bones. A small moment of distraction and negligence can make you pay big price. Bones once broken means a lot of physical inconvenience and loss of practice until the body regains form.
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#4
(06-10-2017, 11:44 AM)amitkokiladitya Wrote: Each training session is associated with a rusk of breaking bones. A small moment of distraction and negligence can make you pay big price. Bones once broken means a lot of physical inconvenience and loss of practice until the body regains form.

A moment of distraction can actually cause a lot of headaches (physically, financially and psychologically speaking). It's essential to always be alert and since this is not such an easy activity to do, it takes a lot of training.
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#5
I went a good amount of my life thinking I was lucky and having broken no bones, and then sure enough in a matter of two or three years I broke three bones. One was just a finger and was not bad, but my collar bone put me out for a good amount of time.
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#6
I haven't broken any bone in the process of training, although I have sustained severe injuries but bones spared. I tend to take great care whenever I am on training or having a combat. Being very strong physically is one great quality necessary to keep the body and bones firm no matter the impact.
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