Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Sniper Analogy Continued

One of my friends is an avid marksman who was taught by family members who were in the military. He told me when you train to shoot, you first do everything very slowly. Aiming, waiting, breathing, then squeezing the trigger.

He told me you start out like that, then eventually you want to shoot quick tight groups of shots in the middle of your target.

Even like a snake, it moves slow then attacks sudden and bites more than once.

BJJ gets very fast, you start out training and practicing moves slowly then you need to become like a sniper or a  cobra.

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