Combat Sports Clinic is headed up by Dr Rosi Sexton - BJJ black belt, women's MMA pioneer and former UFC fighter. Our mission statement: to use our understanding of combat sports and the human body to help you improve performance, prevent injury and continue doing the sports you love. Check us out at https://www.combatsportsclinic.net
Here you can listen to our Podcast, where we catch up with the great and the good in the world of combat sports and martial arts. We talk about training, rehabilitation, technique, and the state of the world today.
CSC Podcast - Ep19 - Mike Younis
Mike Younis is a MW/LHW MMA athlete, signed to CageWarriors and a CSC athlete. He's also a prominent social commentator on race matters. Rosi caught up with him to discuss the current BLM demonstrations and get his views and experiences of racism as a Black Muslim. Enthralling listening from start to finish.
CSC Podcast - April 28th 2020 (Ep14) - Dan Strauss
Rosi and Dan run back their conversation from last year on the Raspberry Ape podcast, with an interesting chat about training and staying on top of the game in the light of Coronavirus.
CSC Podcast, April 21st 2020 (Ep13) - Chris Miah Revisited
Rosi catches up with Cagewarriors MMA contender Chris Miah for a fresh look at optimal training and conditioning approaches for combat sports athletes.
CSC Podcast - April 14th 2020 (Ep12) - John Kavanagh
Rosi catches up with the one and only John Kavanagh (SBG Dublin) to chat about MMA and life in general in a Coronavirus world.
CSC Podcast - April 7th 2020 (Ep 11) - Eoghan O'Flanagan
In this episode Rosi talks to rising BJJ star Eoghan O'Flanagan about his new technique videos, the modern nogi game and BJJ in general.
CSC Podcast - December 2019 (Ep10) - Matt Chapman, Martial Arts in the Online World
A few weeks ago Rosi managed to grab an hour with Matt Chapman - former pro MMA fighter (5-0) and owner of the wildly successful mittmaster.com, an online resource for all things striking and pad-feeding. Rosi and Matt touch on UK MMA history, the challenges and rewards of owning your own gym, and why learning via online resources is the way to go (as long as you're looking in the right places!)
The Most Important Podcast For Fighters
I cannot wait for this podcast to get bigger. As a fighter I know first hand how hard it can be on the body, but also how rewarding it is. The way this informs people about health for the sport is amazing and it needs to get more recognition. Everyone who fights wants to minimize any long term consequences and keep doing the art/sport they enjoy. This podcast breaks it down well and covers interesting topics.
Hoping for more brain health content in the future!