And on winning in round 2, it has to be one of the best and baddest birds of the year to win that quick and win it consistently. And no one is going to chase 3-18, minimum chase roud is 4-18. Sounds like his birds are backyard champs only playing against pizza and pho birds. Even the viets and cambo have really good birds am they don't take out in round 2, mostly winning in round 4. The best and baddest normally wins in round 3. I don't know to believe this fairytale or buy his ticket.
OK one commen then I will shut up. 6 lbs killing 9 lbs.... I am rolling on the floor laughing so hard...come to southern Thailand...we chase 6 lbs with just 8 lbs-not even 9 lbs in 2 rounds 18 mins.. lol... but I don't think this Ninja dude knows what he is talking about.... when they say 10 8 size or 10 6 size...they are comparing height difference not weight..lol
OK now back to topic... when time to train, pull birds out of pen, spar him 2 rounds 15 mins, feed let him recover for 2 wks... spar again..but 2 rounds 18 mins...at this time you make judgment whether he is worthy or not... if he is then you start to train him..run cages, spin him with another rooster, throw him, wrap beaks, whatever you need for 3 wks. Spar him 3 rounds at 18 mins, then train him for 3 weeks and 3 days, rest 3 days in big coop. .big big coop..so he can relax and walk around.. then he is ready for show... but small show only..once he wins this one, he will be ready for bigger show... and to all of you guys, make sure you don't use a young buck against and older buck or a young seasoned bird against a very seasoned birds...because you ain't going to win either ... guarantee that...and this was only for when it was legal. Thanks.
I haven't showed any birds in a long , long time but back in the 90' s we fought a lot of short heel in Laray Va. It was usually American bred white hackles or single stroke type birds that were head hunters which called for endurance. We feed a higher protein diet and added additional work on the keep work outs usually double on the asil birds, which was a combination of Jimmy East, Mike Ratliff, and a few of our own exercises in the keep. It all was the same keep just more protine and longer work out reps. It worked pretty good back then and in short heel you could get into some long matches. And we never give more than three ounces weight. I know I'm old school and know very little about tape boxing I'm trying to learn all I can as fast as I can but it sounds way different than what I was use to. Anyone can feel free to enlighten me on the rules, the styles ect....
I was just wondering where I can get a,book called, Training the gamecock, a beginners manual,by Jun Jamadores. I have it on kindle but would like to get a paperback version in English. Thanks for any help.
Best results for me is just never keep them in the same pen . I rotate my bird to fly pen then scratch pen then walking pen that's every day . Then every 3 day just 10 min of conditioning and I've seen very good results. I do this with my stags except the 10min conditioning. Try in fly pen they have alfalfa so they can also scratch and also in scratch pen.
10 minutes walk on slow pace daily and sparing every two weeks till get tired. keeping bird in hand, picking and gentely droping it on the ground as many repeatition as you can is good. Only birds showing perfect condition to be sparred. Anyone not performing well in the spar should not be spared longer and picked immediately. My 2 cts.