Hello, my name is Ben Brown. And this is how to identify your opponent's move in mixed martial arts. So identifying your opponent's move when you are in the octagon or in the ring is a whole lot easier then you might think. What you really need to do is find out when this person is going to start striking you. And not just when, precisely when. That way you can set up your counters your defense and your evasions. Alright so what we're going to do is show you this simple secret on how to identify your opponent's movement. Okay so the dilemma here is at any point this guy could start hitting me. It could be jabs, crosses, hooks or uppercuts. A variety of punches could be coming my way. So if I'm going to employ a good counterstrike or a good defense, or even a preemptive attack. I need to know when that's going to happen. So when you watch him attack go ahead anything. Again. Combo. The one thing that's going to make it really clear when this happens is his front foot. When he puts his weight on his front foot that means he's committed to the strikes. So as you are watching your opponent's chest really what you are doing is clocking that front foot. And when you see that thing flinch forward it's pretty good bet that he's going to start striking. Go ahead. One more time.