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21st Century HEMA

Postby Cutlery Penguin » 10 Jun 2014 17:42

I am extremely proud to announce a new concept in Historical European Martial Arts instruction. I have recently launched an entirely digital subscription course in Classical Pugilism.

The course contains monthly technical video tutorials, accompanying PDFs, video drills, Strength and Conditioning exercises, a private online discussion area and one to one video sessions with me personally.
This is not the HEMA version of "buy a black belt", there is no certification, or assumption of ablility, simply a month on month course that delivers a proven syllabus in an amazing martial art.

Each month builds on the last in order to more efficiently build skill and practical ability in the people following the course. It covers all aspects of striking, from the absolutely fundamental aspects like stance and guard power generation and movement, through to counter striking, using strikes to set up throws, and the use of chancery.

Please spread the word, this is an amazing opportunity to spread pugilism further and faster than ever before!

http://www.pugilism.org/
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Re: 21st Century HEMA

Postby KeithFarrell » 10 Jun 2014 17:48

Congratulations Oz :) I hope it takes off for you!
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Re: 21st Century HEMA

Postby Cutlery Penguin » 10 Jun 2014 17:54

Thanks Keith! I hope so too!
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