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    Michael Janich
    “When I first started studying the martial arts almost 40 years ago, I realized that the toughest part of real self-defense is recognizing an attack quickly enough to be able to “do your technique.” With enough training and practice, reflexive actions are possible, but reflexes have to be based on recognition of a specific stimulus. And the more techniques you rely on, the harder it is to program reflexive responses.”

    http://www.downrange.tv/blog/educating-your-instincts/32986/

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    Keep it simple stupid.
    The more complex, the more time and training it takes.

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