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Practical hapkido incorporating a Torite Jutsu technique against the linear attack.
In this clip, Sifu Steven Burton introduces a method of intercepting and neutralising a knife attack. **PLEASE NOTE; ATTEMPTING KNIFE DEFENCES IS A LAST RESORT** ALWAYS TRY TO AVOID UNLESS […]
Sifu Steven Burton shows you how to stop a much taller from strangling you using Cv 22 point from Five Thunder Dim Mak. Take the attacker down and end the […]
In this clip, Sifu Steven Burton uses an agonising palm lock to completely immobilise the attacker, fast and effective stopping the attacker in their tracks! The complete instruction is available […]
In this clip, Sifu Steven Burton teaches how to deal with a close quarters grab using body mechanics to stop the attackers ability to hit you. Intercept the grab and […]
In this clip, Sifu Steven Burton teaches how to intercept the common street attack of a hook punch / haymaker neutralising the threat and instantly stopping the attacker with a […]
In this clip Sifu Steven Burton teaches the how to use Conception Vessel 3 & 4 to stop the attacker. This point will drop the attacker and has the ability […]
In this clip, Sifu Steven Burton teaches the first in a series of HOW TO DEFEAT A BOXER!! Take away the attacker’s fighting spirit and disable them from attacking you […]
Sifu Steven Burton continues to teach how to generate power from close range with this training method from the Iron Fist DVD Set. Learn this fast and efficient way to […]
NEVER just hit with your fist, HIT with your whole body! Sifu Steven Burton shows YOU how to maximise your power using the 6 co-ordinations of Five Thunder Dim Mak. […]
Sifu Steven Burton teaches Iron Arm Conditioning of Da Sam Sing method trains the four arm bridge which is utilised to deliver devastating strikes without injury to yourself. Learn how […]
Sifu Steven Burton teaches how to change the mindset of an attacker who is thinking of using a knife against you. Brutal Eye gouging will successfully distract the attacker to […]
One of these days I’ll get better at making videos. This one discusses rolling and foot placement so you don’t break your ankle on the asphalt
A player is anything that increases the effectiveness of your Technique and or strike. In this episode we talk about two of the big players, sinking and beat to the […]
Instantly stop an attacker with this quick and simple technique from Sifu Steven Burton’s HELLRAISER – NO HOLDS BARRED training programme and Dvd series. Tigers mouth throat jab is incredibly […]
Adding snap or rotation to all of your techniques will increase the effectiveness.
Doing things freestyle is really very important. Because it means you’re not doing anything canned per se. After your first initial movement it’s about taking advantage of what you have […]
We look at everything as a possible weapon but our Primary Weapons are firearm and knife. Like anything, good training and focused practice is required to obtain and maintain a […]
It’s not always in your best interest to wait before an attack is launched before you do something about it. Sometimes attacking first is your best option. CYA comes into […]
This is about opening your mind and using your techniques with an offensive mindset. Yes sometimes it’s appropriate for you to strike or attack first. Just be sure that if […]
This is the Practical Hapkido two hand two wrist from behind number one out of five, with details
What constitutes a variation? This is a common question we receive often. In this video segment, GM Patrick goes into a good deal of information on how to put together variations which can be useful for testing for rank in the DSI as well as just generally great information to help you during your training.
This clip was filmed at the 2017 Spring DSI Convention in Myrtle Beach and shows Professor Rick Moneymaker explaining another detail on the technique.
This clip was filmed at the 2017 Spring DSI Convention in Myrtle Beach and shows Master Ray Fisher explaining an aspect of the technique.