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I did attend class twice without writing down any of the things we did. It was all review, so nothing new anyways.
We did go over the clench though in Muay Thai and the different moves you could do. There was a move that he taught us called stuff. I cant name it because Derek would be mad, so I'll just call it that and have to remember.