So it was my first fight and I didn't really know what to expect. I was expecting to do at least decent considering the kid was just an inch taller than me I'm 5' So we exchanged blows and finally he got one in my face. I completely didnt see it coming and everything went all shaky. Next thing I knew more shots to the face and I was knocked out. I'm completely dissaposinted in myself. Height has nothing to do with your ability in a fight unless there is an extremes difference. IT can offer a slight advantage to your opponent but it most cases it's insignificant.
The Importance of Getting Your Ass Kicked
Over the last several months, I have been lucky enough to participate in four or five Unarmed Combatives Programs both as a student, and as a trainer. I have since been chewing over lessons learned and takeaway points from every course, and have converted the bumps, bruises, blood and sweat into some points I give you for consideration. You absolutely have to get hit and choked to learn to overcome being hit and choked. If you have never been in a live fight that resulted in your being punched in the face, you need to seek out a program that will facilitate that experience.
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You have vulnerable points all over your body, but most of them are collarbone up. Start by keeping your hands up in front of your face so you can block some of their blows with your hands and forearms. Also, keep your chin tucked down towards your chest. Claressa Shields, Olympic boxing gold medalist, suggests you keep your focus on their chest, not their eyes, so you can see the early muscle movements that indicate an attack.