Whether an encounter be for self defense or for an actual sportive competition, what's the best way to prepare?
Would you focus on strategy, conditioning, techniques, what?
What would you do to get ready and be prepared?
Imagine that you're about to face Lyoto Machida or Vladimir Klitchsko, how would you prepare to face and defeat each?
Imagine that you were caught off guard at a movie theater and outnumbered 3-1, how would you train to prepare for that eventuality?
Feel free to develop your own foes/opponents and scenarios, and then present a method of preparation.
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