Look always go where you want to send the enemy’s attention, distracting us from the places where accomplished the most important technical work. 3. Obvious and seemingly clear action must be misleading. 4. 90% of the results is based on the prevailing stereotypes people have the perception of and response to different stimuli. 5. With proper training arm almost always able to make the pair move faster than do the eyes.
6. If for a moment, make people look away from the point at which will be real action, where there is diversionary tactic, then this time, enough to make two quick movements with his hands! The sequence of manipulations to be thought through in advance in order to increase the variability of action. 7. Technically it looks like a distraction from the kinesthetic sensations in that A on a kinesthetic TV And with good preparation you can jump to other forms of perception. 8.
Most of the technical action is based on stereotypes visual thinking, distraction, on the application of available tools for manual dexterity and the original tactics. 9. Knowing the principle, we can construct different sets of actions that will trigger pre-known reaction. And if you hone your skills to the level of magicians … 10. In terms of close combat, when you run an obstacle course, the process of overcoming obstacles is protected and the general movement to the finish – the attack. Separate these two managering not possible. Therefore, in our view, fighting with a knife (not only) using the ‘time’ – the protection, ‘two’ – an attack is wrong. 11. Your every action is a distraction for the next. 12. Before applying, or hitting final blow, bind my eyes and feel the enemy to work on another level. 13. Stretch the enemy’s attention on three levels: the head-neck, abdomen, groin, legs. 14. Begin work on the same level to obtain feedback and ends up on one another. 15. Than an actual threat level, the faster the feedback and the more accurate it is.