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Instructor: Cecil Burch Bio
Business: Immediate Action Jiu-Jitsu
Dates: 2014 Mar 15-16
Location:
Meikyo Dojo, 292 Derry St, Hudson, NH 03051
Hotel:
Nashua Holiday Inn

CLASS CLOSED.

Class Description:

This is a two-day class. The first day he will teach “IAP” and the second “IABJJ” (terms defined below).

Check out the video of Mr. Burch teaching the “default survival position”.

IAP - Immediate Action Pugilism

Immediate Action Pugilism is divided into modules that address specific situations. Among the topics covered by the modules include:

  • Why & How the Crazy Monkey Defense (CMD) method came to be
  • Underlying Concepts and Mindset for use
  • Dealing with the Sucker Punch / Ambush
  • The Default 3-point Cover
  • Transitioning to and Regaining the Initiative
  • 1st stage of defense – the fighting platform
  • 2nd stage of defense – arm motion, footwork, level change
  • 1st stages of offense – diving board jab & cross; proper method of delivering impact safely
  • Secondary Striking Tools (Eye Jab, Elbow, Knee, Slap, the “Caveman”)
  • Fundamentals of the Clinch/Safely Entering
  • Controlling the Entanglement
  • Individual & Partner Drills
  • Gradual introduction and immersion into sparring
  • Fighting at Close Quarters; attached and unattached
  • Disengaging from the clinch
  • Safely gaining distance for escape, weapons access, or orientation reset
  • Keeping the Fight standing, realistically defending the takedown
  • Performance Coaching and Troubleshooting
  • Insights and Suggestions for Solo Training
  • Tips and pointers on how to train the material with the limitations of a real world lifestyle
Requirements: Boxing gloves (at least 12oz or bigger unless pre-authorized by the instructor), loose, comfortable but durable clothes, mouthpiece, cup, notebook, and an open mind. MMA gloves are strongly encouraged, but are not mandatory.

IABJJ - Immediate Action Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

The course  is divided into modules that address specific situations. Seminars/training can be customized to fit your needs by arranging for the appropriate modules to be covered. Among the topics covered by the modules include:
  • Surviving/defending/escaping when you are on the ground underneath an attacker
  • Surviving/defending/escaping when you are on the ground and your opponent is standing
  • Functional methods of getting back to your feet
  • Countering takedowns and remaining on your feet
  • IFWA (in-fight weapon access)
  • Denying your opponent’s weapon access – understanding technique, positional hierarchy AND timing
  • Multiple opponents – realistically maximizing your chances
  • Surviving inside the guard
  • Proper usage of the guard to win/escape
  • Defending against punches, elbow strikes, stomps, kicks, etc…
  • Proper role of “dirty tactics”
  • Essential training principles, methods, & drills
  • How these concepts & techniques remain true with or without weapon involvement
  • Learning to deal with the most common MMA attacks and holds
  • Recognizing and defending against common submissions (guillotine, rear naked choke, triangle, arm bar, etc.)
  • Structuring and balancing your training and integrating it into a busy real world lifestyle
Requirements : Loose, comfortable but durable clothes, mouthpiece, cup, notebook, and an open mind.
CLASS CLOSED