Have a ring girl hold onto your jock strap, because this one is
not like your normal MMA training, and it's kinda weird - but this shit
This technique can be used between rounds. It requires some
pre-fight practice. The first time that you use it, it will take
approximately five minutes. Once you've learned how to do
it, it will only take a few seconds at most.
CNS Crazy Eyes actually rewires the Central Nervous System
(CNS). Once you learn and experience this technique, it is
permanently wired; and it will get stronger the more you use it
in your MMA training regime.
1. Identify a challenge that you're experiencing. For example,
"I'm tired", "I think my rib is broken", or any other
feeling that is taking away your focus. Acknowledge the location
of that feeling in your body as well as imagine what it would look
like of you could actually see it. Concentrate on that for a
moment until you can recall it quickly.
2. Stop doing step 1. Now, stare up between your eyes at a
45-degree angle until your eyes defocus. NOTE: The eyes MUST
defocus during this step. The first time you do this, it may take
two to three minutes or longer.
3. Stop doing steps 1 and 2 for a few seconds.
4. Now, do steps 1 and 2 (the physical focus and weird eye
position with de-focus) while holding both arms straight out to
each side and stretched as far back as you can get them. Now,
slowly bring your arms forward and wiggle your fingers until your
can see both your right and your left fingers in your peripheral
vision... all this is done while you continue to do steps 1 and 2.
Upon completing these steps, you have just rewired your brain. If
you were dealing with fatigue, you will find that the fatigue is
gone. If you were in pain, it will likely be reduced.
After a short time practicing the CNS Crazy Eyes, you will be able
to complete it in just a few seconds between rounds.
We know it sounds crazy - that's why we named it Crazy Eyes!
Work it into your MMA training and you will have a weapon that few other