michael asked in SportsMartial Arts · 4 weeks ago

evreytime my mom or someone sticks there hand up at my face or something fast, i automaticly react?

i cant help it,i kind of close my eyes at the same time start to move at an angle.and start to put my hands up,(but try not to becuz i know shes playing)

is this a result of my year and 5 months of hand to hand combat training,including sparing and avoided strikes and pad work?

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago
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    Wow! You sound pretty tough. Soon enough, your reactions will be so automatic, you'll be more machine than man... Just don't come to your senses after blacking out to find your entire family knocked out when your dad went to give you a high-five.

    • michael4 weeks agoReport

      i mean,you can be smart all you want,this site has become cancer.

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  • 2 weeks ago

    That flinching is a natural reaction that most have to unlearn when they train and become fighters. With some its stronger and more difficult to overcome it than with others and there are training practices like the Muay Thai splashing drill that can be done to help an individual overcoming that natural reaction and they not flinching and closing their eyes. That is one of the things they mean when they say sometimes that a fighter has good vision is that the fighter is able to keep their eyes wide open and focused and not turn their head away when they are about to get hit.

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  • Bon
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    No, it's you pretending to be a highly trained something. Give the ego a rest.

    • michael4 weeks agoReport

      you dont know me son :D

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  • Carson
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    It probably is.

    When you don't flinch at all, the blink is ok, "Only then, Grasshopper, will you have learned.".

    • Lv 4
      4 weeks agoReport

      nice answer;also, thats the point of reacting,& likely from time to time theres some sand or something that would otherwise
       go in the eyes,or eventually theyll slip,etc; on the other hand, as skills develop,can more rapidly accurately precisely efficiently react;& reacting cf flinching

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