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As a martial artist, your ability to defend yourself should not only focus upon your skills to block, punch, and kick. It should also include the ability to observe your opponent’s behavior. For example, your opponent’s facial expression; body movement or actions; gestures made in motion; the way one blinks, smiles, or frowns; shifting of the body; tone of voice; constant movement; and posture are all key. These will help you determine what your opponent may be thinking or their intent. These are can all be red flags and should place you on the alert. As a martial artist, your awareness, separate from the conditioning of your body, should be greatly emphasized. These traits make a skilled practitioner. The ability to kick, punch, block, evade, and redirect come with the growth of these components.