for a strong, fast pick-me-up
If you face difficult questions in business you can benefit from studying the way Michael Hooper from the Wallabies spins out of tackles.
In the recent game against the solid and very physical defence of the Springboks in Cape Town, Hooper was bouncing out of tackles to get past some defenders. Hopper has the white headband/tape.
Here he “bounces”/ spins out of one tackle and gains a bit more ground before getting dragged down.
And against the All Blacks.
You’ll notice in this photo, Hooper is facing in the same direction (for a brief time) as the player attempting to tackle him.
That’s the secret of the move – for a brief time you face in the same direction and move in the same direction as your “opponent”. You try to bounce off the player and move on rather than getting wrapped up and brought down by them.
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