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“Do you train controlling your “adrenaline” response?
Many people find their “adrenaline response” overwhelms them during a real fight, and they can barely move. Its dangerous to assume you’ll be able to respond appropriately simply practicing your grappling or striking”
Listen, the instinct to survive is the strongest instinct we’ve got… so your body has a very powerful response to a threat to your life. Unfortunately, it’s based on prehistoric needs, and that means it can sometimes force you to “freeze” so you aren’t seen by a predator. That’s really bad in a fight.
I suggest you do some research on training methods to be able to handle that adrenaline response. If you’re one of the unlucky ones who freezes, you’re training’s not going to help you if you can’t move.
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