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This special edition provides you with another full train-at-home solo routine for skill development, cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance via MMA shadow sparring. 10 minute warm-up and 10 x 3 minute rounds. Don't forget to check out the full video on YouTube Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitter Clubb Chi…
 
For the fourth part of this mini series on martial arts movie tropes and cliches takes its cue from anthology films. Jamie Clubb interviews Jan Drachman (Hinnerup Karate) twice, offers his own contribution as from series favourite Gretchen Carlson (Martial Journeys of Madison) and Matt Stait (best-selling author of Online Martial Arts Evolution or …
 
The third instalment in this series on martial arts movie tropes and cliches tackles the very definition of a martial arts movie. We are also joined by the great Iain Abernethy who gives his views on the unseen unreality. Put down the gloves and pick up the pop corn! Show Notes: Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitte…
 
This year's editions of Martial Movie Massacre continue with even more content as we put to bed the myth that martial arts movies are largely responsible for martial art movie tropes and cliches. From "The Avengers" to "Bad Day at Black Rock" via the Eon James Bond franchise, the original Star Trek series and The Saint we look at the judo chop, the…
 
Due to popular demand, "Martial Movie Massacre" is back! We have more shows, more guests and far more discussion on martial art movie tropes and cliches. This episode we ask whether martial arts movies - that is movies that have martial arts at the core of their plot and/or marketing - are to blame for many of the cliches and tropes we associate wi…
 
Tying together post-war crime, the swinging '60s, Shakespeare's villains, the Dark Triad, Ted Bundy and ninjas into a self-protection bundle, this episode delves into the dangers of charmers. Show Notes Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitter Clubb Chimera YouTube Clubb Chimera Instagram Jamie Clubb's Ebooks Facebook…
 
This special edition of Jamie Clubb's Clubb Chimera Martial Arts Podcast is a crossover event. This episode covers part one of Jamie's discussion with practical karate and self-defence legal specialist, Leigh Simms. The pair cover a range of different topics, including misconceptions regarding self-defence and the law, the value of having a princip…
 
This episode explores possibly the most insidious area of personal security: falling in with the wrong company. Looking at the short and tragic life of the seventh St Valentine's Day Massacre victim as well as the way the oldest tricks in the book work consistently, even against the streetwise, we expose the importance of self-awareness. This is ve…
 
This New Year's episode: listener questions answered. The CCMA podcast has listeners who are keen to put forward the big questions. In this show Jamie tackles the awkward problem of reconciling the clear dangers and limitations of realistically training children against the clear dangers they need realistic training to survive. Then he dives into t…
 
Taking control is at the heart of self-protection attitude. This festive episode explores the concept of "taking away mummy" and developing the various attributes needed to have a realistic chance in a self-defence situation. Topics include children's self-protection training, stoicism, the value of losing and protecting others. Useful links for th…
 
This episode concludes the CCMA overview of the controversy surrounding ground-fighting. We take a careful look at the criticism directed at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu during the early years of the Ultimate Fighting Championship and its standing today. The episode then discusses the validity of ground-fighting in self-defence training. Useful links for th…
 
This year's Halloween Special delves into the disturbing case of the Toolbox Killers. What lessons can we take from their terrible crimes? At first glance this seemed like a simple case of be wary of approaching drivers when walking alone and the dangers of hitchhiking. However, a closer examination reveals that all of the victims had some good sur…
 
The great grappling art moved strategically through Brazil towards North America, propelled by ambition and a drive to be successful. The schools were just accessible enough to permit a rush of middleclass students in South America and a select few Hollywood celebrities in California. There was little other motion other than raise attention through…
 
The second part of these special extra podcasts features Ron Goin with two guest commentaries on tropes/cliches that affect both martial arts subculture and martial arts movies. Ron provides insight into the corrosive effect of belief in mysticism had undermined martial arts. He then focuses on the hackneyed device of the lone man martial art bar b…
 
From special movies to ridiculous wardrobe choices to pulling foreign objects out of wounds, dusty fighters and beckoning fingers, the martial arts movie genre is dogged by some awful cliches. In this special extra episode Jamie Clubb invites five special martial art teacher guests onto his show to share their feelings on tropes that are not doing …
 
We delve deeper into historic military justification for evading physical conflict backed up by one of the most famous and revered war manuals in history. Furthermore, we look at tactics to prevent a person from engaging in a fight, including prompting the aggressor's own flight response and practical systems of tactical escape. Show Notes: Clubb C…
 
This episode examines the rabbit icon and how it champions using guile and cunning over direct fighting. A scene from "Enter the Dragon" references a medieval tale about one of Japan's deadliest duellists who propagated defeating enemies without fighting. Show Notes: Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitter Clubb Chim…
 
Finally the Vagabond Warriors Workshops are here! I am on here to quickly talk about my upcoming Vagabond Warriors martial arts cross-training workshops this summer. These three hour intensive training sessions will cover Clubb Chimera’s approach to cross training. Each workshop will focus on a certain martial art discipline or concept and then we …
 
The second and concluding part of "The Way of the Ape" further explores the reality of martial arts evolution. We discuss the inevitability and unstoppable nature of change that underlies everything despite the desperation of some martial artists to cling to the past or attempts to replicate the past. We also look at how natural selection might not…
 
There are two erroneous arguments made about martial arts evolution. The first one is made by those who believe that the art they train is a perfect preservation of an historic or traditional fighting system. The second one is made by those who believe that newer martial arts will always be a positive progress on what has gone before. This episode …
 
This episode takes a look at fight dynamics and how they change when objectives change. We begin with a look at how striking and grappling dynamics change, then how dynamics between different combat sports before we delve into specific training and the difference between symmetrical and asymmetrical fighting. What makes a duel, a street fight or a …
 
The concluding part of Jamie Clubb's trilogy on the complex relationship between predatory behaviour and the martial arts subculture. This episode looks at the truth behind the machismo mythology embraced by some martial artists and the way different types of schools prey on their students and instructors... Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Face…
 
Martial arts marketing meets the ways of the contrapreneur and the psychopathic predator. Should we be wary of the soft skills we teach in self-protection? Can a McDojo ever be honest? This episode picks up with the magical realism of Angela Carter and her understanding of the both predatory danger presented in the wolf allegory and its allure. The…
 
In association with Bullshido.Net Jamie Clubb presents the audio version of his review of the first season of Cobra Kai. Show Notes for this Episode Clubb Chimera Website Bullshido Website Link to the original article "Old School Karate? Cobra Kai's Fangs Examined" Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitter Clubb Chimera YouTube…
 
The wolf is a powerful icon and metaphor, used to exemplify a particular type of predator. . Wolves and humans have long shared hunting grounds, resulting in the extinction of wolves in some regions of the world and the earliest domesticaion of a species of wolf in the form of the dog. Human society has cast "The Big Bad Wolf" as the leading symbol…
 
In this special extra episode, Jamie Clubb discusses how fighters adapt to fight within their combat sport, how fights are manipulated within the rules of competition and how all this contrasts with the expectations of those who watch. Links for this episode Clubb Chimera Website Clubb Chimera Facebook Page Clubb Chimera Twitter Clubb Chimera YouTu…
 
Attitude is arguably the most important component of self-protection. Without attitude, awareness is worth nothing and neither is anything else. In the first episode of the second season of the Clubb Chimera Martial Arts podcast Jamie Clubb looks at one of the most contentious aspects behind a survival attitude. By starting with an ancient poem as …
 
In this special edition of the Clubb Chimera Martial Arts podcast, we re-visit Halloween 1828 and the climax of a series of cold-blooded murders. Taking a self-protection eye, we look at how raw opportunity and circumstance tempted two infamous criminals to sell the lives of their own for profit. The podcast raises questions regarding victim select…
 
In this special unscheduled episode Jamie Clubb looks at the fallout of UFC 229: Khabib vs McGregor and takes a look at the relationship between promotion and professional combat sports. Hatred, charisma, wit, irresponsibility, theatre and hype are all ingredients that have helped create some of combat sport's most colourful characters and ensure t…
 
In this episode Jamie Clubb handles the controversial subject of martial arts elitism. Inspired by his own experiences of witnessing martial arts bullying and inspired by ex-soldier friends, Jamie looks at the cult and mythology that has grown up around the cult of protection. Is humanity really divided up into prey, predators and protectors? Links…
 
In the second part of The Aftermath Jamie Clubb looks at the psychological impact on individuals following a conflict situation. From the extreme cases of the atrocities of World War I to dealing with self-recrimination over not acting in a certain way against an intimidating antagonist the black dog haunts many of us. This episode touches on the r…
 
The second of a two-part episode. Jamie Clubb offers his thoughts and reflections on martial arts quests. He describes the third of his three-part criteria for selecting a good self-defence class. He also discusses the vagaries of other abstract martial arts quests, arguing the case for being objective-drive about choosing martial arts in the first…
 
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