BJJ FOR THE STREET
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- 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
- Know more, win more
BJJ For The Street
Disarm by Burton Richardson:
What Will You Learn?
Imagine you wanted to gather a group of experts to collaborate in making the most complete, effective ground fighting system for extreme street self-defense. What arts would you draw these experts from? You would certainly want a highly experienced BJJ black belt. How about a successful MMA coach who had cornered world champions? Since we are talking street, you would want a renowned JKD instructor. And an expert in the weapons-based Filipino martial arts, preferably one of the original Dog Brothers.
You would probably also want a southeast Asian silat expert who specialized in the most vicious and functional portions of the art. And you would definitely want a Krav Maga instructor who actually pressure-tested all the gun disarms against world class combat athletes. Let’s also include an experienced scientist to oversee the whole process to ensure that every theory is taken into the lab and tested in a valid way. Well, Burton Richardson is all of the above.
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.
Underlying all of this is Burton's foundation as a scientist. He won the science award at Carson high school, graduated from USC in biological sciences, and was a researcher at UCLA medical center where he worked in a lab studying multiple sclerosis. This scientific mindset leads him to test EVERY technique in rigorous sparring. For Burton, everything is theory until it has been thoroughly tested in the laboratory of hard sparring or actual fighting.
And that is why his BJJ For The Street program is exceptional.
None of the self-defense techniques are done statically. In sport jiu-jitsu, the competitors train by drilling and sparring each and every technique. Sparring is essential. But when most people learn the “self-defense” aspect of jiu-jitsu, there is no sparring at all. Burton Richardson is on a mission to change this.
Functional skill is developed through sparring, so all the self-defense techniques in the BJJ For The Street program are sparred in a safe manner to ensure that actual fighting skill against a resisting opponent is developed. It's not enough to know the mechanics of a gun disarm, you need to develop the skill to apply the technique against someone who's fighting back against you.
Richardson’s motto is “Pressure test everything!” This program shows the results of his in depth testing.
“A ship is safest in the harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”
So What Exactly Is On This Series?
So What Does It All Cost?
Well, that depends, what is it worth for you to learn how to defend yourself in any situation? You will learn how to be street safe EVERYWHERE.
We could have easily charged you $147 for this type of experience, but we're not going to do that, instead cut that price by almost 50%
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