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Old 08-07-2000, 06:28 AM   #4
Location: ATL
Join Date: Jul 2000
Posts: 847
As someone already said, give a good, sincere attack, but always keep in mind the ability and mat-personality of the person you are attacking. Many people attack in relation to how they do their techniques. You don't usually see someone doing a hard, dynamic technique then turn around and give a flimsy attack. If someone attacks somewhat "weakly" they probably do so because this is the pace they want in return. I always try to give a solid attack with resistance to a level that they can handle. If the person has been in class for a while, they are getting the full deal, I don't go unless they throw me, period. You just have to know who you are attacking and what they can do.
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