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Old 01-08-2013, 06:56 PM
BarryRobinson
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Originally Posted by 707puncher View Post
I've been told 2 different ways, one is to keep your eyes on your opponents collarbone/ neck area as you dont "sell" your next move and have better peripheral vision. Two, is to have eye to eye contact, which I'm not sure is correct as your opponent can telegraph a faint to make you react for a counter.

Whats your opinion/ advice on this? I've mostly been told never to stare your opponent in the eyes.
You should look through your opponent right through the center(chin, chest..) but look through not at. Practice with a friend just stare through them and have him/her move their arm or legs. You should be able to see everything without staring at it directly. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thousand-yard_stare "there's more to reading than word meets eye" let me know how it goes
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