In martial arts competition or on the street one fighter normally dominates the other; it is how fights are won. Once you start viewing the arena as yours and yours alone, your mindset should be to press the attack. Offense is essential because only offense can hurt your opponent enough to demolish his fighting spirit and force him to retreat. Any good offensive strategy consists at least of some forward movement where momentum helps you take advantage of your opponent’s retreat. Pressing the attack helps you establish command presence by positively demonstrating that you control the arena. Pressing the attack is not about displaying uncontrolled rage, however. Rather, it means that you resolve to stay a step ahead in strategy and tactics at all times. Strategy involves a calculating mind, good defense, and even retreat at times. The winning strategy is this: Think offense; think forward; think one more step. Formidable Fighter: The Complete Series, a compilation of all 14 books in this series, is available in both electronic and print format.Biographie de l'auteur :
Martina Sprague is a military historian and martial artist. She has studied the martial arts since 1987 and holds black belts in Kenpo karate, kickboxing, and street freestyle. She is the author of several martial arts and military history books. For more information, please visit her Web site: www.modernfighter.com.
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