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  • #16
    I make a note of my opponents vital areas and strike whichever one is open and inviting.

    WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT EYEBALL HIM! If he's any good he your oppenent will see you look at the area your about hit and react accordingly.

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    • #17
      Watch the hands...it's the hands that'll kill you!

      Out

      Joe

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      • #18
        What happens when he KICKS you in the crotch?

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        • #19
          I would say a good system of observation would be Hands first (for weapons) and then environment (for his friends) It's been my own expierience to always keep enviornmental awarness during the fight as well for a late attack by his friends - or girlfriend. Also looking for points of egress and potential weapons is also a good idea.

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          • #20
            this is an interesting thread, i'm also wondering if it's true that you can see stars when being hit? hahaha...... aside from this thread, i also came across this very interesting thread heres the link To accept or discard..... that is the question!

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            • #21
              look at his hands

              Look directly at his hands, and use the field of vision
              to monitor his hips, to defend the shot or a kick, and his shoulders,
              which start any arm movement. If a guy could jab like Ali,
              you would want to be looking at his lead hand!

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              • #22
                Thanx guys.it just show how many people got their own way of doing

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                • #23
                  Looking on opponents hands is the best thing. If it is a real fight, you have to be looking for hidden weapons. Some bastards like to pull out a knife to look cool.
                  When I fight I usually see clearly the center of opponents body. I can tell I have a very good eye sight - but my ears sometimes fail me. When you have enough distance, your opponent needs to move to get to you and watching his center body can tell you what he is up to. Body language will tell you everything - even what he had for breakfast (stains from juice and eggs on his jacket )
                  To look on hands is taught by many self defense systems - taky Krav Maga for instance.
                  And don't look in opponents eyes - it's fruit less. Unless you want to fall in love with him

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                  • #24
                    When in a fight, I'm very focused on the actions and reactions of my opponent. My adrenaline usually doesn't get the better of me, and I always have a hint of apprehension in the back of mind - like something bad could happen, so prepare for the worst. It's not self-doubt, but more like anticipating the unexpected. Control is an illusion in a real fight.

                    In contrast, when I roll in BJJ, I'm completely relaxed and focused on my reaction to my partner. I try to "feel" my movements in relation to my sparring partner's. There's stress, other than finding the right moves in my repetoire. This is why I enjoy sport BJJ.

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                    • #25
                      I dont believe in watching the centre...and thinking its the right way...its just a way!

                      The most important thing is to stay cool and keep your eyes open!

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                      • #26
                        I focus on the upper torso, imagine a triangle with the top point being at the adams apple and the two lower points being a little lower and wider than the nipples and look past him as if he were one of those magic eye pictures. The best way to describe the sensation would be like trying to look at something out of my peripheral vision. Using peripheral vision movements and reactions are a lot clearer and quicker, it helps to nullify anticipation.

                        Like someone said above when I do this everything my opponent does seems to be in slow motion because I can see most or his entire body in my field of vision.

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                        • #27
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