The short of it is this, in the article we posted the program mentioned (SuperMemo) sucks, for a lot of reasons. It’s bulky, slow, and hard to get the hang of. Anki, on the other hand, is easier to easier to understand (…although it can still be a little tricky at first, but stick with it, you’ll thank us later!). We eventually plan on putting together a video to help show you the basics ins-and-outs of how it works. In the meantime, here are the links to the program:
Once you have installed the program on your computer, here is the link to a deck we put together covering Basic Medical Terminology. Once you’ve downloaded the deck, just drag it into wherever your Anki folder is (where that folder is depends on if you’re using a Windows PC or a Mac).
UFC 113- Josh Koscheck vs. Paul Daley: “Explosive Double, On The Double.”
Josh Koscheck and Johny Hendricks are set to meet at UFC on FOX 3 on May 5. Hendricks did Jon Fitch dirty with his quick 1st Round KO in his last fight, while Kos looked mediocre at best in his last win over Mike Pierce. With that said, We’re taking Kos- with a late 2nd round or early 3rd round KO/Stoppage.
[ Frank “The Legend” Shamrock ] : “The Right Hand Of Death”
As a thank you from the folks here at Injury-Duty MMA to a fan (loftofsolitude) for his support of our page and content, we went old school with this one and brought you a true throw-back: Frank Shamrock. And, for those of you in the know, the guy Frank is punching in the face, that would be none other than the current head-coach of the UFC’s Diaz Brothers (Nick and Nate), BJJ expert Cesar Gracie. Frank KO'ed Gracie in only 20 seconds of the first round, back on March 10, 2006.
[ Joe Rogan And Rampage Jackson ] : Two Of The Best At What They Do, Hashing It Out.
Fighter Quinton “Rampage” Jackson Made No Qualms About It- He Didn’t Appreciate Criticisms Offered By Commentator Joe Rogan During His Fights. But, Being The Stand-Up Guy Joe Rogan Is, He Took It Upon Himself To Talk To The Man Face To Face. Two Great Dudes, Handling A Matter Like Grown Men. Gotta Love It.
It’s always fun to hear Joe Rogan drop tidbits of information about interesting conversations he’s had with fighters. And, most recently during episode #311 of the JRE Podcast, Rogan shared a little about a conversation he had with the legendary Chuck “The Ice-Man” Liddell in regards to his thought about getting KO’ed, and his inability to take punishment towards the latter part of his career. Take a listen: