Monday, October 3, 2011

Defending Vs. Attacking

Attacking in all martial arts is easier than defending. It's easy to punch someone. Kicking someone. Trying to squeeze the crap out of someone. Defending your arm, evading punches, blocking kicks, that's hard. So more time should be spent on the hard things, this will even you out as a complete balance of offense and defense. And as your defense gets better, you can capitalize on the game of attrition. Meaning capitalize on all the mistakes your opponent will make over his series of attacks. Make him make the mistake, make him lose because of his error. Make it less about what you are doing right, and more about what he's doing wrong.

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