Burton Richardson – Knife Defense For The Street

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Knife Defense For The Street By Burton Richardson

BJJ FOR THE STREET

  • Burton earned his BJJ Black Belt in 2006 under BJJ and MMA world champion Egan Inoue
  • MMA coach to Egan and brother Enson Inoue, along with UFC star Chris Leben
  • Full instructor in JKD and FMA under legend Guro Dan Inosanto
  • Burton is the leading functional silat master, testing everything against MMA fighters. And he earned his Krav Maga instructor credentials under IDF soldier of the year Nir Maman
  • Burton is in the exclusive Black Belt Magazine Hall Of Fame and was elected their 2015 self-defense instructor of the year

Course Content

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Volume 1

The Goal, Go Home Safely 0 – 3:14
Proper Safety Equipment 3:14 – 8:19
Real Knife Attacks 8:19 – 12:15
Knife Attacks – Simplicity 12:15 – 14:53
Knife Attacks – Attacker has the Advantage 14:53 – 16:17
Type of Knives 16:17 – 19:15
Grips 19:15 – 20:57
Mindset – Always Expect a Weapon 20:57 – 24:02
Mindset – Controlled Aggression 24:02 – 25:56
Mindset – Courage to Step In 25:56 – 28:21
Mindset – Never Quit 28:21 – 30:10
Proper Practice Methods 30:10 – 34:37
Popular Knife Defense Approaches 34:37 – 38:39
Ranges-Ring of Fire 38:39 – 41:08
Plan of Action 41:08 – 45:24
Break Distance and Arm Yourself 45:24 – 48:23
Deflect, Smother, Control 48:23 – 52:24
Post Disarm Tactics 52:24 – 56:17

Volume 2

The Six Control Positions 0 – 6:40
Baseball Bat Grip 6:40 – 11:42
Other Controlled Postions 11:42 – 16:37
Four Elements of Knife Control 16:37 – 20:25
Four Elements of Knife Control II 20:25 – 26:08
Mental Directive – Baseball Bat Grip 26:08 – 27:39
Deficiencies of the Baseball Bat Grip 27:39 – 31:41
Disarms from the Baseball Bat Grip 31:41 – 37:24
Disarms from Reverse Grip 37:24 – 38:47
Disarm Against an Object. 38:47 – 39:47
Disarms off the Ground 39:47 – 41:23
Disarms with the Hand 41:23 – 46:01
Other Options from the Baseball Bat Grip 46:01 – 49:54
Options from Other Positions 49:54 – 56:00
Grip Transitions – To the Baseball Bat Grip 56:00 – 1:02:45
Grip Transitions – Overhook to Draw Weapon 1:02:45 – 1:06:58

Volume 3

Angles of Attack 0 – 3:04
Common Attacks 3:04 – 3:54
Entries Against Common Attacks 3:54 – 10:37
Shield and Grab 10:37 – 13:49
Dive Entry Against Icepick Grip 13:49 – 21:05
Dive Entry Against a Slash 21:05 – 23:56
Defense Against Wedge and Stabs 23:56 – 30:41
Arm Drag Positions 30:41 – 38:45
Wedge With Ice Pick 38:45 – 44:24
Skilled Attacks 44:24 – 45:25
Entries Against Skilled Attacks 45:25 – 50:55
Control to Disengage 50:55 – 51:43
Full Intensity Sparring 51:43 – 55:13

Volume 4

Recognizing the Draw 0 – 1:59
Recognizing the Draw – Clinch 1:59 – 3:54
Recognizing the Draw at a Distance 3:54 – 7:10
Hostage and Hold Up Positions 7:10 – 10:43
Knife Defense on the Ground 10:43 – 14:06
Up Kick 14:06 – 15:50
Ground Top – Disarm 15:50 – 21:10
Defense Against Two Knives 21:10 – 25:49
Training Methods 25:49 – 33:40
Non-Cooperative Games 33:40 – 42:29
Isolated Positional Games 42:29 – 51:56
Drills – Recognizing the Draw 51:56 – 55:46
Drills – Recognizing the Draw II. 55:46 – 58:39
Proper Drilling. 58:39 – 1:00:24
Drills – Grip Transitions 1:00:24 – 1:01:34
Closing Thoughts 1:01:34 – 1:06:01