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Sparring is like a conversation between you and your partner. Are you ready to get the most out of every sparring session? Without a game plan, your sparring session would not be productive. Is it to keep your hands up at all times?
To get specific techniques right? Think about it before and during the session. You can then develop a game plan based on their feedback, and ultimately work on getting better. The purpose of sparring is to deepen your martial arts practice and ultimately become a better fighter — not to deliver a knockout punch, or destroy your partner!
Also, it helps to leave your ego behind and not worry about how you look during sparring. In fact, those are the moments that actually help you to learn and grow the most.
Unfortunately, this might cause you to tense up. Sparring in a tense state would also cause you to move clumsily, and this would definitely hinder your strikes and defense. When you start sparring, you should focus on getting all your basics right before progressing to more advanced techniques. Instead, why not mix and match your basics to form new combinations?
Apart from keeping your partner guessing, mixing it up would help you to be able to execute various combinations and think on your feet. In fact, you should seize the opportunity and step out of your comfort zone. After all, facing your fears and overcoming them would help you get stronger. After all, sparring should be a fun way for you to learn how to use the techniques you learned in class and elevate your game. So train hard, and make every sparring session count!
Sparring is like a conversation between you and your partner. Are you ready to get the most out of every sparring session? Without a game plan, your sparring session would not be productive. Is it to keep your hands up at all times? To get specific techniques right? Think about it before and during the session.
6 Things to Keep in Mind When Sparring
If I had somehow been able to capture the conversations with a tape recorder, and play it back while juxtaposing it with the above comments, it really would've been theater-of-the-absurd type of stuff. But trust me, they're all real. At the end of their conversation, Mr. Carnegie's counterpart remarks, "Wow, you're really a great conversationalist! Robert, Thanks for the post -- great Carnegie reference there. That book has a cheesy title and a lot of pre-WWII folk wisdom, but it really is a timeless classic about how humans really behave, and what people respond to.
Conversational Jiu Jitsu
Quick Definition: Various techniques from Juggler for navigating and controlling the flow of a conversation. Conversational jujitsu is a term coined by Juggler , referring to having clarity, flexibility, and power in a conversation, similar to the martial art of jujitsu, where there is a back and forth of energy and techniques. Conversational jujitsu is very natural , flows , and is based more on improvisation within certain frames of alphaness and humor to create generative and spontaneous content. Understanding the dynamics behind what makes good conversation will give the artist the power to hold an interesting, attraction-driven conversation with a HB.