Ghost & Mitt Master Seminars | 21st & 22nd March 2014

On Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd March 2014 we have two exciting seminars taking place at Masters Academy in Plymouth. Both seminars will be taught by one of the UK’s leading martial arts instructors and former MMA champion, Matthew Chapman


First up, on Friday 21st March from 7.00 – 9.00pm we have our second Mitt Master seminar taking place.

The Mitt Master System is a unique and dynamic pad holding system designed specifically for Muay Thai Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts. Founded by Matthew, several years ago, it is the culmination of years of training, coaching, and competition experience.

It is a simple system to learn and once you have mastered it you will be comfortable to hold pads and work even the most seasoned martial artist.

To give you an idea of the Mitt Master system here are two videos showing some of the elements.

Mitt Master Technical Pad Training

Highlight from our last Mitt Master Seminar in 2013


The second seminar Mat will be teaching is on the Ghost Elusive Fighting System. This will take place on Saturday 22nd March 2014 from 2.00 – 5.00pm.

Ghost is an elusive striking system, developed over two decades of competition fighting and experience.

With all things being equal, Ghost enables you strike an opponent with minimal return, leaving an opponent bruised and confused and often trying to play catch up.

The system was created by Phil Norman and is taking the UK martial arts world by storm. All of the techniques are battle tested and proven to be highly effective.

In the last two years Ghost fighters had 16 fights winning 15 of them, the one loss coming via decision. Another impressive statistic is that one of Phil’s students only got hit once in the face in his first 6 fights. Check out the video below to learn more about Ghost;

Ghost Highlight

Both seminars will be a lot of fun and highly educational. To attend one seminar will cost £25.00 or you can attend both for £40.00

Please sign up at the Academy reception before it’s to late.