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Author Topic: Don't...Headhunt?  (Read 999 times)


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« on: April 21, 2016, 09:37:40 AM »

Don't Headhunt?
The "Third Round is Yours" Theory and Any, Better, Best Targets

     "Don't head hunt! This was advice I had been given for many decades by various boxing, some kick boxing, and even some Thai boxing coaches. I think they always really meant to say, don't "overdo" headhunting, as in spending  all of your time, effort and strategy trying to strike the head. Strike other places, as well as kick in kickboxing and Thai. You do this to hurt the guy, confuse the guy, wear him down..."

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