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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
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answered Sparring against Offensive Fighters
Nov
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answered Controlling my emotions during sparring
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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comment Choosing a Target When Cornered by Multiple Attackers
@Lex - imho, the right answer would be "it depends" - on situation, on your training and style, etc.
Apr
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answered Choosing a Target When Cornered by Multiple Attackers
Mar
26
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
@Jeroen please try it ;). If (during the real street fight) your opponent would "react" to your move and poke you in the eye - will the knowledge that this move has not been planned make you feel better?
Mar
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
26
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
@DaveLiepmann - here is a good one youtube.com/watch?v=Y4TKgoybvBs
Mar
25
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
@DaveLiepmann - perhaps, the version you have seen was different from what I have practiced (sticky hands drill can have as much sparring as both participants want). In short, it IS fighting; try to dabble it again, perhaps it will change your confedency.
Mar
25
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
@DaveLiepmann - have you tried any of that or you are theoritising? I have seen how it works and done it myself.
Feb
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revised Start attacking instead of blocking while sparring
added 6 characters in body
Feb
18
answered Start attacking instead of blocking while sparring
Feb
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revised Avoiding “Belt Factories”
deleted 1 characters in body
Feb
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answered Avoiding “Belt Factories”
Jan
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comment Is it good to practise punching a wall? No place for punching bag
@chaosys - it's hard to describe by words, one has to show it...
Jan
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answered Is it good to practise punching a wall? No place for punching bag
Jan
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revised What is the best way to work with a partner who misunderstands the drill?
grammar
Jan
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revised What is the best way to work with a partner who misunderstands the drill?
grammar