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I met up with some awesome but crazy Germans, Irishmen and Canadians, so we’d train after class and get our sparring on. So some days it would be 6 hours of cardio and training a day and it was quite intense.” So when she was first asked if she’d like to compete in an amateur fight as part of BBQ Beatdown, she wondered if she might be pushing herself too far. “Part of me was like ‘Should I do this?’ And the other part of me was like ‘You’ve thought about it. Of course you’re going to do this.'” With that, Pandya began to mentally and physically prepare herself for the fight. She scouted her opponenta boxer with MMA training who had 35 pounds on her but happened to be the only other amateur woman to sign upto assess her strengths and weaknesses. She also turned to Fast Company and the Harvard Business Review for guidance. “There was this article on resilience that I read that said you’re most likely to be successful when you go into anything competitive, whether it’s a board room or a boxing ring, when, instead of thinking ‘I hope I survive this,” you think ‘How am I going to win this?'” Pandya’s plans for domination included 5 go-to moves that she knew she could rely on, even with her limited amount of Muay Thai training, and an unceasing desire to win. “I had all of these plans for the fight here are the findings and then it’s so funny,” she muses. “You step in the ring and that saying ‘everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face’ is so true.” Her opponent was tired and, by the time they stepped in the ring, Pandya could already tell that her heart wasn’t in it go now anymore. But that potential blood in the water did not mean that she had an easy fight ahead of her. In the first round, she lost a contact and a great deal of her depth perception along with it.
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