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December 31, 2012
If you understand the cycle of behavior, you are going to change how you approach workouts, people, conflict and confrontation, says Tony Blauer of Blauer Tactical Systems.
“The first place that you are hit in a real confrontation is your emotional system,” he says in Part 1. “Everybody says, ‘I had a bad feeling, right?”
You must identify fear and then learn how to push through it, Blauer adds.
“Everybody knows what they should do, but then they get this mental imprint or idea that doing that might be a problem, and so fear discourages us from being courageous,” Blauer notes.
False expectations or false evidence often prevents people from taking action, Blauer says in Part 2.
“You gotta get in the fight and give yourself permission to win. It only starts there,” he continues. “You need to make shit happen now.”
And the focus should be on effort, speed and intensity—not having the technique of an accomplished mixed-martial-arts fighter.
“The act of fighting back,” Blauer says, “is what saves most people.”
Video by Again Faster.
Part 1: 9min 46sec
HD file size: 270 MB
SD wmv file size: 117 MB
SD mov file size: 58 MB
Part 2: 10min 56sec
HD file size: 268 MB
SD wmv file size: 131 MB
SD mov file size: 61 MB
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Additional reading: 10 Shots at Tony Blauer by Emily Beers, published Oct. 24, 2012.