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One of the funny things is that Tim Larkin's pgroram often have an easier time teaching women than the men. Men are almost pre pgrorammed to do the whole male aggression and competition thing, so putting them into a fighting arena with rules like sparring, is great. Less so for women. But the opposite is true when it comes to TFT, where social competition is not the point of it to begin with. Women, more interested on survival and less on winning, learn a lot faster because they have a no holds barred attitude whereas the men are still thinking about knocking their competitors off the bar stool. By the time the males have figured out that it is truly about asocial situations and that they have nothing to do with social conflicts people imagine in their heads, that is when they start to really learn. By that time, however, the women have had 24 hours to learn at their max pace already.The women are also paired with men as often as possible. Not allowed to smile, speak, or converse like what often happens in "training locations". It's not a social thing. It's an asocial thing.This produces a feeling often known in martial arts circles as putting your life on the line. Where danger meets reward, and people begin to feel the tension in the air and combine it with their techniques.
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