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What's Your Fighting Style?
fighters fall into one of these categories.
Most people fight in one of the following styles:
Which One Are You?
When you know your fighting
style you recognize your limitations and weaknesses. You'll see yourself
as others see you.
| How can you overcome
the limitations of your fighting style? Perhaps you can purposely
train in another "style"--if you normally are a blitzer,
try a few rounds as a counterpuncher. If you're a runner, try to make
yourself stay in one place and slug it out. Even if you're extremely
uncomfortable fighting in another style, at least you can find elements
of that style that will help you fight better.
is Your Opponent?
Read the definitions
of each style in this article. Once you identify your opponent's
style, use that knowledge to set him or her up for your techniques.
You'll know which techniques will work and which ones need work.
In future articles,
we'll cover strategies for fighting each style--for example, if
you're a slugger, how to chase down runners, or bait snipers into
coming in for a good pounding.
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