Basically, you can learn one of two ways-
Your mind cannot distinguish the difference. We call the end result of this "Reactions Without Cognition."
Two Reaction Training Exercises are-
1. Head Butt Reaction/Reflex
A. Make a staff with a pad on it to simulate an opponent's head (illustration).
B. From two feet away, one opponent (no. 2) tries to grab the "head" while
moving his body forward. He tries to head butt the simulated head before
it is pulled away. The opponent (no. 1) jerks the simulated head away from
no. 2 as soon as there is any movement at all.
2. Elbow Reaction/Reflex
Two opponents stand relaxed, front facing each other, separated by about three feet. One opponent (no. 1) holds the same staff as in the previous exercise, poised to strike no.2 in the midsection of his body. No.2 tries (in one motion) to raise his elbow up and then back down, across the center of his body, deflecting the staff before he is hit.
To further help you, here are two ways that should be intertwined as part of the above exercises
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