Less Can Be More! Part 2

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In all fairness when fear factors and adrenaline kick in it changes the rationale of a clear decision process. That is where scenario-based training comes in within your academy. Creating certain hostile atmospheres and aggressive situations help the brain to see, understand and decide.  When I teach my seminars, I like to always stress the aspect that you must be the calm as well as the storm and know when to apply each. Each defense situation dictates a different response and most of the time, I say most, that response has a decision process. That process allows for choice and that choice is all up to you. With martial arts,

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