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Never stop trying if things are not going well. It only takes one well placed technique to turn the contest your way.
Attack fiercely to "psych out" your opponent and intimidate them. Use glare and flare. Glare as if you were angry and flare the nostrils. You may look angry without actually being angry. Anger has no place in the ring but angry looks are okay. Another form of intimidation is to look competent and confident.
Do not practice in slow motion, practice as in a real fight. You cannot become a fast sprinter by jogging every day.
Spin with an attack to defect it.
Join with an attack to increase the force of your counter technique.
Unite with the body and spirit of the opponent. Go with the flow. Do not oppose opponent's power; instead, harmonize with it.
Lead opponent in a circle; never receive his force directly. Lead opponent in a continuous spiral motion to unbalance him or her.
Apply all actions sequentially for a smooth force that culminates at the point of impact. Like an axe swing.
Conserve energy. Maintain direction of motion until all techniques are used up.
If you can pin point a specific weakness in your opponent’s defense, attack it over and over.