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What are the technical skills aside from defense you need to have?

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2004-06-23 01:17:06
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you need to have technique in every different skill you learn and from that you can slowly build-up on own your skills like for example offense,repetition,most importantly you will need confidence which can bring you to a stage where it is proffesional, fell free to e-mail me if you have any question, thanks......

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