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Jamie Clubb
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Eclectic writer and bespoke self-protection/martial arts coach
Eclectic writer and bespoke self-protection/martial arts coach

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Not a martial arts book. This was the first book I wrote. Finally it is available as an e-book and as a special anniversary edition.
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The anniversary edition of my first book is now available as an e-book.
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Seminar this Sunday 23rd September in Worcester. 2 hour children's self-protection & 3 hours martial arts cross training.
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The first of a two-part episode. Jamie Clubb describes a dark episode in criminal history that exemplifies the infamous "Double-Tap" and examines it through the lens of popular awareness theories. This episode should prompt thoughts on a much neglected area of combative training. https://clubbchimera.com/podcasts/
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This morning I began my client’s second course on Muay Thai for Martial Arts Cross Training. After warming up with a series of dynamic stretches and calisthenics specific to this new area of training, we discussed his personal objective for this course. He wanted to focus a lot on better developing and learning kicks. We decided that the best way to do this would to have an immediate look at basic kicking combinations, ensuring that they were being set up correctly with effective punching. Then I began introducing new kicking variations and techniques by looking at various tactics.
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Tonight we looked at incorporating more movement into our transitional drills for MMA. We began with a series of warm-up exercises in each of the postures, which promoted fluid transitioning. Then we built on boxing punching combinations to each posture in isolation and then through full transition
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This morning’s lesson brought my client’s second course on Western Boxing for Martial Arts Cross Training to an end. It has been a remarkable course, full of self-discovery and research. We have not only referenced and taking tips from information taken from the highlights of the greats in Boxing history, but we have kept the focus on improving specific aspects of my client’s game. The latter point was never more evident than in today’s lesson, bringing everything back to the beginning and looking at key weaknesses my client wished to address in his own punching game. http://clubbchimera.com/shoulder-roll-diary-entry/
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My latest lesson report. In-fighting is a part of Western Boxing that is only truly appreciated by people who genuinely love boxing. Many all-time greats – Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Roberto Duran, Floyd Mayweather Jnr and even the fleet-footed Muhammad Ali – were experts at fighting on the inside. Tonight’s lesson, which brought my client up to the eight hour mark of his 10 hour course in Western Boxing for Martial Arts Cross-Training, began to look at this range with more depth once the revision was tied up.
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Is conflict always necessary in fiction?
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2016 and the "death" of music
The Year the Music Died
The Year the Music Died
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