Reflexes I beleive have very little to do with it. As Ive said before I once trained a boxer , who had the fastest reflexes ever tested in G B. 6,000 of a second, and yet was the slowest in the gym, It was a few years ago, if I knew then what I know now, we would have solved the problem. That was his problem, making problems, called Parrelysis by analysis. The thought of doing it stopped him doing it Its the same a good goal scorer taking a penalty. A big game 8 out of 10 he will miss, he has to much time to think about it, and hes not used to thinking about it. Usualy he just does. The problem here is vision. Your eyesight slows you down,but there are ways round it. Plus the eyes relaying to the brain imformation, which it is not comfortable with. What you should try is shadow boxing with different partners or sparring lightly, get use to it learn to read situations allthe time bcome more aware of movement and the response to it. Finally learn a good stretch routine for the whole body which will prepare the body for movement at speed.
Pain lasts a only a minute, but the memory will last forever....
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