“I don’t have to hate a person to fight or want to fight them. To me it’s just a test of my skills against their skills and I will always respect the person willing to give me the opportunity to test my skills against them.”
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5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT PAM SORENSON
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY OF TRAINING LIKE?
I train 6-7 days per week. Normally I start out with a short jog in the morning, or strength and conditioning followed by an hour of BJJ and an hour of pads later in the morning. Then I usually get a 60-90 minute cardio workout in in the afternoon that might include sprints, stairs, rowing and/or running. Then in the evening I do 2-3 hours of BJJ and kickboxing.
WHAT GOT YOU INTO MARTIAL ARTS?
In my mid-20’s I lost my best friend and went through a bout of depression where I’d go to my 9-5 job that I didn’t really like, then go sit at home to feel sorry for myself. Before that I had been an athlete my whole like, but during this time I really let myself go. I got up to around 210 pounds and just felt and looked unhealthy. One day I just kinda got tired of being so overweight and unhealthy, so in an effort to find a fun new way to get in shape, I decided to sign up for my very first kickboxing class. I instantly fell in love with it and started training BJJ shortly after and the rest is history!