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How To Win A Street Fight WIth Head Movement, Learn Simple (But Awesome) Street Fighting Techniques

How To Win A Street Fight WIth Head Movement, Learn Simple (But Awesome) Street Fighting Techniques
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5 Ways to Improve Your Defense and Win More Fights "The best fighters hit the most and get hit the least." - Rocky Marciano Hard punches and fancy kicks won’t make you a better defender if your footwork is lousy and your head is always in the same place. Make no mistake – whether you’re in a sporting match or a self-defense situation, in a fight you will get hit. Conditioning yourself to get hit, learning how to take a hit, and learning to evade hits will help you come out a victor on the other end. 1. Don’t spar until you’re ready. Start by doing your due diligence in finding the right coach, instructor, and school. "Sparring is about practice. Once you and your instructor determine you are ready to spar, the most important aspect is control. If your partner is going too hard (or too easy), adjust your volume by telling him or her to turn it up or down. Also, spar with people of different shapes, sizes, and abilities. 2. It’s probably not news to you that running or skipping rope can make your feet faster. 3. 4. 5. Summary

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TAÏWAN MC - Freestyle at PartyTime 2013 The Best Advice on Plotting I've Ever Heard: Two Tips That Will Make Plotting Easier By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy I read a few pieces of plotting advice in the last few weeks I wish I'd written. They're nothing new, nothing ground-breaking, and things countless writers have said before (including me), but the way they're said is sheer genius. They're probably the most applicable and easiest plotting tips I've ever heard. Of course, me being me instantly thought about ways to apply them to my work and how to break them down into neat little examples. Every scene in your story is connected, and how you connect them will determine whether or not they're moving the story or just showing stuff happening. While the advice refers to full scenes, I think this can also be used on an action-by-action basis. Let's look at that in practice, shall we? The first scene of The Shifter has the protagonist, Nya, stealing eggs for breakfast. Nya is stealing eggs for breakfast. Now, the next thing that happens is she gets caught. Nya is stealing eggs for breakfast, but she gets caught.