Body language makes up more than 90% of all communication. That holds true in any personal interaction but is especially important if you find yourself in a potential combat situation. If you can read body language, you’ll always know what to expect. That gives you an added edge because you can meet their move with a plan of your own. And that body language you’re reading? It isn’t even always aimed at you, even if the future attack is.
The fact is, if you can read your opponent’s body language they not only lose the element of surprise but are likely to be shocked themselves as you follow through with your planned response to what they communicated. The key here is to pay attention to all the body language, not just the hand movements and facial expressions.
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