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Marco S
Posted: 2014-06-13 16:14:01
I'm just going to make a curious addendum to this post, something that may have been apparent to the more astute readers (shame Mark L. doesn't post here anymore).

Most thai boxers are a little fanatical I guess, about the sport (or are they? I always kind of assumed they were).
A lot of my early coaches said that about me.
Guys who are "students of the game", tend to follow the sport a little more closely etc.

I don't see it as bad thing necessarily.

But, I was recently diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (may be a little personal to disclose this on a kickboxing forum but, it's something I'm interested in, and, I figure, in light of the above - something which, to my awareness, no one else does, regarding conscious focuses during training - may be a point of consequence).

Though, I don't present ANY typical OCD tendencies (light Jack Nicolson in that film, by example), I don't do any of them crazy things, but am extremely fastidious, about the area of "obsession".

Like I said, in light of the above post, it's just something I found interesting, something I'll dwell on and may post about further, but something that may be interesting for other readers too.

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